Christmas Tree Cake – How To With The Icing Artist



Merry Christmas everyone! This week we will be making a big 3D Christmas tree cake. We will start off by carving the cake into a cone then decorating it with buttercream icing, fondant, icing sugar and little gifts! Watch right to the end for a link to Francesca Sugar Art’s cake. She did a FANTASTIC job, so make sure you send her some love and subscribe to her channel!

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34 Replies to “Christmas Tree Cake – How To With The Icing Artist”

  1. I live in Canada and I just got blessed with a snow day and no busses are running so im watching your vids all day and before there was no snow we were like theres been no snow for 2 years but wow there is snow now xx

  2. Love that this is piped and not much fondant. Love the little decorations too :). Can you make some Christmas sugar cookies with royal icing? I'd love to follow your how to videos :). xx

  3. Wow!! Thanks Laurie this Christmas Tree looks fantastic and love the idea of buying the little presents that gives u time to make something else 🙂 Have a great week 🙂

  4. Hi, Laurie. That cake looks so adorable and elegant. You are just AMAZING at making wonderful cakes and every time I see your cakes, I am amazed at the results, and even your music choices amaze me. I am not sure what cakes you're going to make in the next few weeks, but I bet you're going to make something wonderful. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas, Laurie. 🙂

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