Trampoline Park Party Cake

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I was going through old pictures the other day and I found this cake I made 18 months ago but never shared!  GAH!  I hate it when I forget to share stuff, by the time I do it tends to be out of date.  But my boys (Mr. Topsy Turvy and Computer boy) are celebrating their joint birthday tomorrow at a trampoline park so it seemed to be the perfect time to break it out!


A local Trampoline park (called Hang Time, thus the lettering, oh and that’s their logo of a jumping figure up top)  invited a bunch of us bloggers out for a family day.  We all had a blast, but it is kind of far away from our house so we never got a chance to go back.  Then out of the blue Computer boy started talking about it!  SO party at the Trampoline park it is!


This was a simple cake, a standard round layer topped with a square that I carved down into a corner trampoline piece.  I just cut rows then squares out of grey and blue fondant for the foam.  For the lettering and jumping figure I printed off their logo, placed it over rolled fondant and marked the corners (like I did for the lego logo on the lego head cake).  After the lettering was cut I used my airbrush to add the orange fade over the yellow.

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I don’t like doing repeats so I won’t be making this again, any ideas for something else Trampoline inspired?  Because he had a friend party last year (the Pool Party) it’s family this year  I don’t have plans for a grand cake or party.  Jumping, then our place for dinner, cake and Ice cream.

Ashlee has been cake decorating for 8 year, and blogging for 6+. She has 5 children ages 2-12 that she enjoys throwing parties for. She loves to bake, cook, crochet, knit, do home improvement, graphic design, photography and writing.
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    • says

      ALWAYS, I am a big believer that no matter how good a cake looks if it doesn’t taste amazing what’s the point! I have worked for years getting my cake and frosting flavors just right!

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