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Sunglasses, check! Above 20 degrees, check! Summer cakes, we've got it covered, check! Check out these inspiring cakes to keep you busy this summer.

26th Jul 2016

Sunglasses, check! Above 20 degrees, check! Summer cakes, we've got it covered, check! These inspiring cakes will keep you busy this summer.

Such fun! A Tropical paradise cake, now this must have taken a long time to get this effect with the water and waves, but look, it's so worth it! Mandy also added a sugar palm tree and two hibiscus flowers on top along with a brown sugar sand beach. Go Mandy from All The King's Horses Cake Creations!


Inspired by the beautiful blue skies, the beach and the wooden fences that line the path to the beach.The starfish and sand dollar were created using gumpaste. The fence is also made with gumpaste, and the sand is made from graham cracker and powdered sugar. Created by Chic and Sweet Artisan Cakes.

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Another beach themed cake decoration project created by Cake Whiz. This Easy Beach Cake is topped with chocolate seashells made using a mould. It was also coated in blue buttercream icing and silver edible pearls.

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Having a party? This summery cake using a variety of buttercream piping techniques is a super show stopper. From sand to surf, the cake's base layers set the scene. Top it off with a mega-wow factor: a hut resting on elevated pillars. With this at your tropical-themed party it will be hot! Get the tutorial from Cakes.com

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Create this cool bike for a summer in the park theme using buttercream & chocolate candy coating instead of fondant. It's a fairly simple and cheerful design for the summer, spend your time perfecting the bike. The tutorial for this cake is from My Cake School.

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The kids will love this, all you'll need to do is bake some simple cookies, get some ice lolly sticks and cover these cut outs in royal icing. Don't forget to use toothpick in order to get the icing spot on! Go to Bake at 350 for the tutorial.

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