- 160g of Navy modelling Paste
- 20g of white modelling paste
- 30g of green modelling paste
- 30g of grey modelling paste
- 20g red modelling paste
- 5g of orange modelling paste
- 5g of yellow modelling paste
- Various Sprinkles
- Edible glue (you can make this by melting a touch of fondant/paste with a few drops of water)
- Silver lustre dust and white alcohol mixed to make paint
The kids are going to love these impressive space cupcakes which are much easier to make then you may think. Ready to roll modelling paste and a steady hand, turn your cupcakes into out of this world masterpieces!
- Deep muffin pan
- 12 white baking cases
- Rolling pin
- Drying sponge
- 65, 30, 13, 6mm circle cutters for rocket
- Sharp knife
- Double ended ball tool for the moon
- Water brush for sticking
- Various sized star cutters
- Drying sponge
Step 2These toppers can be made well in advance but they will need at least one night to dry. Mix the navy paste with the white making sure you don’t over mix so you get the nice white streaks. Roll and cut 12 x 65mm circles and place them onto a drying sponge.
Step 3For the rocket, roll the green paste and cut a 55mm circle, then using the same cutter, cut sections away replacing the tip with red paste by using a sharp knife. Roll the red paste out and cut a 30mm circle, then cut it into quarters for the fins.
For the window, cut 2 13mm circle, removing the centre from one with the 6mm cutter. Stick one to the other with a brush of water.
For the engines, cut a thin strip and the 2 small triangles with the tops cut off and stick them to the bottom of the rocket. Assemble all the pieces onto the navy topper.