We show you how to turn 8 of your kids’ favorite fun and games into awesome (but easy!) birthday cakes step by step — including a Wii controller, building blocks and more
Kid obsessed with building blocks? This colorful, easy cake design imitates the stackable toys.
Brightly-tinted frosting and matching fruit chews form four colorful cake blocks.
Turn your kid's next birthday into a black-tie affair with this buttoned-up black tuxedo cake.
Cut chocolate wafers to make a jaunty bow tie and crinkle a Fruit by the Foot for a lapel flower. Secure the tuxedo "jacket" with a Junior Mint button.
Give your beach-loving kiddo a taste of the tropics with this island-inspired cake design.
This beachy-keen cake has swaying palm tree leaves made from spearmint gum, and edible sand from crushed Nilla wafers.
Got a 4th of July or Flag Day birthday? Give it extra patriotic flair with this wavy flag cake.
Create broad stripes and bright stars from Fruit by the Foot and white star candies.
Make your Wii-gaming aficionado a matching cake for his next birthday.
Fashion the iconic Wii buttons with Mentos and Orbit gum, while a marshmallow and blue Twizzler mimic the controller's wrist strap.
A dress-up party wouldn't be complete without this edible, eye-catching accessory.
Personalize this purse cake with a Tootsie roll initial.
Raising a future rock star? Make your strummer this yummy guitar cake.
Use marshmallows and pretzel sticks for tuning keys and your cake won't lose any twang.
Your little one already likes to dazzle an audience. These mic cakes are cool enough to inspire a performance.
A little licorice lace wire makes this microphone pitch-perfect.