Pandoro and Panettone, Italian traditional Christmas cakes #3: Panettone 2017

Hi guys! If you want to make something magical for Christmas, in a short time, you need a Panettone (one of the most famous Christmas cake in Italy), 2 white wafer paper sheets, some wires and some mini lights

First you have to copy down the following drawings on wafer paper

Then you have to cut them and built your houses, as in the pics below (pay attention for the roof, you’d better add some more wp)

Cut off a bit of wafer paper of the roof of the church, as shown in pics below…

… and on the back bottom of the wall of the church, to allow the lights getting in

Roll out some fondant and give it a kind of “snowy” shape and coat the top of the Panettone with it.

Add the lights, anchoring somewhere under the houses, you will hide the wires with some little balls made out off fondant, later

Cut some wafer paper and get your decorations to put onto the cake, as in the pics below

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Carla ...

Beautiful

Milena Shalabi ...

Thanks, Clara

Floralilie ...

Awww! Looks so lovely!!! Thank you so much, Clara!!! ♥♥♥

Nanna Lyn Cakes ...

Beautiful

Asya Vencheva ...

Thanks,Clara!

Lallacakes ...

Grazie Clara,sei fantastica!!!!👏👏👍😍😍😍

Karen's Kakery ...

Clara this is amazing!!
The instructions are clear and easy to follow and the end result is spectacular!!
Well done xx love it xx

Clara ...

I’m so glad you all appreciate!!! Thank you
❤️❤️❤️

Jacqueline ...

briliant

Torte decorate di Stefy by Stefania Sanna ...

Mamma che lavoro !!!!!!

Olina Wolfs ...

Well done!😀👍

June ("Clarky's Cakes") ...

Thanks for sharing…

claudiamarcel ...

Fabulous tutorial Clara !!! Thank you so much for sharing :) ❤

Pluympjescake ...

So pretty, thanks for sharing

Sandra Smiley ...

This is so pretty, Clara, and looks not too difficult since you explained it. Thanks!