Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is one of those iconic Christmas songs that kids around the world just adore!  Bringing Rudolph to life on a Christmas cake is no easy task, but the incredibly talented Brenda Walton of Sugar High Inc. managed to do just that with this incredible Rudolph Christmas cake.  A tiered cake to feed a hungry crew, plus sugar decorations to make everyone ooh and aah, this cake is seriously instagrammable!  Brenda at Sugar High Inc is one of those incredibly talented cake decorators that deserves hero status.  She is able to sculpt characters from fondant that should never be eaten!  They are like little works of art.  Cute, sweet and completely adorable sugar art for almost any occasion.  Can you imagine serving this Christmas cake at your office party?  Pre-school Christmas party?  Or even Christmas eve at home with friends and family?  Seriously, wow!

Rudolph Christmas Cake Pictures to Inspire

Rudolph Christmas Cake

Rudolph Christmas Cake

 

Rudolph Christmas Cake

Rudolph Christmas Cake

 

Rudolph Christmas Cake

Rudolph Christmas Cake

 

Rudolph Christmas Cake

Rudolph Christmas Cake

 

Rudolph Christmas Cake

Rudolph Christmas Cake

 

Rudolph the red nosed reindeer…
had a very shiny nose…
and if you ever saw it, you would even say it glows…

Brenda has an incredible Facebook page and Instagram feed that will have you inspired all through the year.  Her little works of art for cake toppers and cake decorating will have you wanting to learn how to make your very own cake toppers next year!  If you’re a little like me and wanting to get better at cake decorating, check out the online cake decorating course that will get you creating your own masterpieces by Christmas next year (and hopefully well before then!).  Happy decorating.

Check out the original post at McGreevy Cakes – another of our favourite cake decorating websites and cake decorating heroes!  With inspiring content, beautiful pictures and courses, you could get lost here for days.

Merry Christmas everyone!

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