Part 2 of asian tradition: the 100th day celebration for baby! The day to celebrate and wish for the baby to live 100 years. (I believe this tradition originates from Korea). As we did a full moon celebration for Abigail’s full moon, we kept this one low key. Immediate family for a dinner only. And since I didn’t make a cake for the full moon celebration, I’m not missing the chance this time!
I wanted to make this cake extra special, so a week or so prior, I started planning little elements I would add to the cake: Sparkly Cake Topper, her name in Royal Icing, and Butterfly fondant accents.
- Sparkly Cake Topper
Since I don’t have a very cool machine like a Cricut to do this sort of thing, I did it old school way – by hand/xacto knife. The Dollar store had a pack of 2 silver glitter cardstock for $1.50. I took a 1/4 of it to make this. (save the rest of course). Printed the design on regular paper first, and then traced it on the cardstock. Carefully slice it out. And then traced the 2nd copy, but flipped (Mirrored) so that it will fit on the other side. I chose to make 2 layers as the cardstock wasn’t super sturdy and I didn’t want the sign to wobble. Hot glue 2 toothpicks on, and then put the 2 layers together…voila: