Lesley Wright
533 posts and 710 followers
1994 9 8


Spongebob is a quarter sheet cake (12″ × 9″) with a little carving to get the right shape. I cut out and froze his belt, tie and facial features (everything but his nose), in advance and prepared and dried his nose and limbs about a week before.

It wasn’t until I stuck his nose on the cake that he actually ‘became’ Spongebob – I was a little worried up to that point!

The number 3 is a sparkler and the board is covered in wrapping paper. The letters are cut out using cutters I bought from ebay, but you can buy there here. I poked them with the end of a paintbrush to get a sponge look and then dusted them with non-toxic chalks in three colours.

Thank you for looking!

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Fabulous. One of my very favorites of all your amazing cakes!

-- https://www.facebook.com/PeggyDoesCake

Thank you, Peggy! I think he’s one of my favourites, too!

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Sponge Bob! He looks so real, absolute perfection! I can’t expect any less from you now Lesley <3

-- Esther @ The Frosted Cake Boutique | www.facebook.com/thefrostedcakeboutique

Whoa! Expectations are high! I’d better be careful!

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Beautiful job! I love everything about him!

-- Monica Corley Ya'll Stay Sweet!! www.facebook.com/sweetsbymonica