I learned that my niece Kristy had a cake pan that would bake numeral and letter shapes, so I was eager to borrow it for Landon's cake. After using the pan I was totally in love with it, so I had to order my own. I found the same pan on Amazon, and lucky me, I had a gift card that I had won from Shannon at Cozy Home Scenes, so I used part of that to buy the pan.
Talk about speedy shipping; my new pan has already been delivered! The pan is divided into a grid and comes with 12 spacers that are used to create any numeral or letter in either a large or a small size. The booklet that comes with the pan has clear instructions with pictures that show how to arrange the spacers to create the cake you want. Cool pan!
I'm not a great cake decorator, but I can get by for family birthdays and events. I also added a new tip for this cake, the grass tip #233 that I used for the top borders. A little plastic golf cart, a buttercream golf ball, and some fondant lettering completed Landon's cake.
Happy seventh birthday, Landon!
I have no business connection with Amazon or the manufacturers of the products mentioned in this post; I just love baking cakes.