I have baked a small spring cake, but you can of course use the same technique on any other theme. All you need is a stencil* and little sugar sprinkles*.
As a base I baked a sponge cake, filled it with whipped cream and covered it with sweetened condensed milk buttercream. You whip 250g of butter at room temperature and add 400g of sweetened condensed milk* bit by bit. You can dye the butter with yellow* and green* food coloring, but I sprayed the cake with airbrush* in lemon yellow* and bright green* after applying the frosting with my favorite technique for sharp edges.
After the paint has dried, use a stencil*, in this case a butterfly to apply the sugar sprinkles* with
tweezers* and bring them into position.
Then I applied a drip in green as usual with a small squeezer bottle*. You can find the recipe here. Last but not least, after the drip has completely solidified, I dyed buttercream in yellow* and applied it with a piping bag* and a tip 21*. Now only some sugar sprinkles* are missing as decoration.
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