Sugarpaste Santa Tutorial

After making a reindeer for my Christmas Cake I decided he might be a bit lonely up there on his own. So I made a Sugarpaste Santa as company for him!

Santa and Rudolf, reunited and ready to be placed on my cake!

Santa and Rudolf, reunited and ready to be placed on my cake!

If I get time I’ll try to make a snowman and a Christmas Tree. I love making cute little things like this, they’re almost cartoon-y! I’ve a step by step photo tutorial after the cut!

Pieces Required:

  • A large red piece for the body
  • A red cone for the head
  • Two red legs
  • Two red arms
  • A small oval of red for the nose
  • Two brown shoes
  • A thin brown belt
  • Two circles of white (fur for the legs)
  • Two smaller circles of white (fur for the arms)
  • A circle of white the same diameter as the body base (fur for the coat)
  • A circle of white the same diameter as the hat (fur for the hat)
  • Two small pieces of white for eyebrows
  • A triangle of white for the beard
  • Two small triangles of white for the moustache
  • A small white ball to attach to the hat
  • A peach ball for the head
  • Two peach semi circles for the ears
  • Two green glove shapes

Inspiration came from the pictures on this blog!

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