Putting together a baby shower takes a few things: some delightful decorations, the perfect gift, and of course, cake! One of my favorite things to do is bake and decorate cakes. And it doesn’t have to be time-consuming or difficult—even the simplest frosted cake can be the highlight of the party.
All any cake needs is a topper to take it from plain to perfection. I used Tsum Tsum to DIY an easy and adorable Winnie the Pooh cake topper in minutes. Scroll through to see the steps.
Take your family to see Pooh and friends when they venture out of the Hundred Acre Wood and into the city. The latest Disney classic, Christopher Robin, is now playing in theaters.
For more Disney magic, try this Winnie the Pooh Beehive Birdhouse:
What You’ll Need
- 3 Tsum Tsum
- Needle and thread
- 2 skewers
- Hot glue
- Colored paper
- Embroidery thread
How To Make It
- Thread 3 Tsum together in the middle with your needle and thread. Make sure you have a few inches of thread on the end of each Tsum.
- Wrap 1 end of thread around the top of a skewer and secure with a little glue. Then wrap the other end of the thread around the second skewer and secure with glue. Let them dry.
- Cut 1/2″ wide triangles out of paper. Write letters on the triangles to spell out a phrase. With the other colored paper, cut out slightly larger triangles. Glue the larger triangles to the backs of the smaller triangles. Let them dry.
- Glue the backs of the triangles to the embroidery thread, near the top, leaving a few inches of thread on each end. Wrap the extra thread around each skewer and secure with glue. Let the topper dry completely.
- Stick the skewers into your cake and enjoy!
All cutting, sewing, and gluing should be done by an adult.