My son has become a Dungeons and Dragons fan. For his birthday I wanted to make a Dungeons and Dragons cake. I checked on Pinterest (of course) but all the cakes were too complicated for this simple mama. I’m not a cake decorator, I’m just a mama who wanted to do something special for a birthday. So I figured out how to make a Dungeons and Dragons cake that was easy to make. It was the perfect surprise for my son.
I don’t know about you, but I’m a busy person. I want to make special treats for my family, but I don’t have days of time to invest and I don’t have professional (or even semi-professional) level cake decorating skills. When I tell you that this Dungeons and Dragons cake is easy to make, I mean it.
How to Make a Dungeons and Dragons Cake
I’ve made several Dungeons and Dragons gifts and crafts and I’ll share those below.
I had intended on using the Sharpie to design a cover, but it didn’t turn out too well. So I scanned the cover of our Dungeons and Dragons Player’s handbook, printed it out onto card stock paper and Mod Podged it to the cover of the little book.
I placed the mini Dungeons and Dragons Players Handook on the cake along with a couple of dice (I placed them on small pieces of plastic to protect them from the frosting). And voila! A Dungeons and Dragons cake a mama can actually make.
The cake was devoured with a couple of “Cool”s mumbled when I brought it out. I count that as a success with the tween boy crowd.
More Dungeons and Dragons Related Ideas:
- DIY Dungeons and Dragons Bag
- Edible Wizard’s Crafts
- Mini Magic Potion Bottles
- Pretend Potions from Repurposed Items
- Rice Krispie Treats Spell Books
- Recycled Book Decoration
- Magic Potion Crafts for Kids
- Light Bulb Recycle – Potion Bottle