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Sponge Cake from Sponges


Are you in the mood for a good prank? How about making a fake sponge cake out of sponges that will surely fool your family and friends? They might even try to take a bite! Here are the supplies you'll need:

  • 2 or 3 sponges

  • Shaving cream

  • Liquid glue

  • Scissors

  • Bowl and spoon

  • Fake sprinkles and cherry (optional)


Step 1: Cut the sponges into a triangle shape to form your cake. To start, take two or three sponges and use a pair of scissors to cut them into triangle shapes. You can make the triangles as big or small as you want, depending on the size you want your cake to be. Make sure the sponges are evenly cut to create a smooth surface for your "frosting".


Step 2: Mix 2 tablespoons of liquid glue and 1/2 cup of shaving cream to create the "frosting". In a bowl, mix 2 tablespoons of liquid glue and 1/2 cup of shaving cream together. You can use any type of shaving cream, but make sure it's not gel based, as it won't hold the glue as well. Mix the ingredients together until they are well combined and have a fluffy consistency. This will be your "frosting" for the cake.


Step 3: Smear the "frosting" on the top and back of the cake using a spoon or your hands. Using a spoon or your hands, smear the "frosting" mixture onto the top and back of the sponge triangles. Make sure you cover the sponge completely to give the appearance of a real cake. Smooth out the "frosting" with your hands or a spatula to create a more even surface.


Step 4: Add fake sprinkles and a cherry (if you want) to make your cake look even more tempting! You can add fake sprinkles and a cherry on top of the cake for a finishing touch. You can use any type of fake sprinkles, and they can be added to the "frosting" by gently pressing them into the surface. To create a cherry, you can use a small red pom-pom, and glue it onto the top of the cake.


Step 5: There you have it! A realistic-looking sponge cake that's sure to trick your family and friends. Just remember to keep it away from any actual food to avoid confusion. And if you enjoyed this craft, be sure to subscribe to OnARollCrafts for more awesome content!

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