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Plant vs Zombie meets Spongebob - Your 7 Bronze!

We celebrated Bronze's birthday the weekend before his actual birthday at West Edmonton Mall Galaxyland Amusement Park.  Bronze's friends are there as well as his uncles, grandparents, Ninang, and his little cousins.  Last year Bronze is intimidated by the bigger rides and stuck to the kiddy rides.  Now, I was shocked to see that Bronze went on the intermediate rides.  Bronze and his friends went on "The Autosled" roller coaster so many times that I lost count.  He wanted out of the "Flying Galeon" a few seconds into the ride.  I made him though it out but as we were leaving the ride he screamed, "Again! Again!".  I felt sick after that ride and thats the end of that ride.

Bronze and Kaden waitinf for their turn at the
Autosled.
bumper cars with Sister and Aspen
Fearless Ariel

First I wanted to make Bronze a SpongeBob Square Pants cake but Bronze wanted a plant vs zombie cake.  I tried making a zombie but failed.  Bronze's cake is marble filled with chocolate buttercream and then covered in vanilla buttercream.  All the acessories on the cake are handmade using edible fondant.
To create the watery effect in Spongebob's pond I spread light blue tinted piping gel on the area and streaked  a darker shade of blue to imitate ripples in the water.  The rocks are made with cake crumb/frosting mixture.



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