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The Perfect Rainbow Cake Topper

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Inside: How to make a rainbow cake topper!

Instead of a pot-of-gold at the end of my rainbow… I always wish for a cake! Lucky for me, this adorable felt ball rainbow cake topper is the perfect solution for celebrating this week. Saint Patrick’s Day is just as much about rainbows, wishes and sweet treats as it is shamrocks and leprechauns. To prove it here are 25 amazing rainbow projects that I know you’ll love.

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So let’s see where the end of this rainbow cake topper will lead us… I have a feeling it will be sweet.

DIY Rainbow cake topper

Felt Ball Rainbow Cake Topper

To make the felt ball rainbow cake topper you’ll need:

How to make a rainbow cake topper

1. Start making the rainbow felt cake topper by inserting the wire into the first felt ball, turn the wire in a constant motion to get it through.

2. Continue pushing the wire through each felt ball (elbow grease necessary!). Once you thread a rainbow’s worth of felt ball colors, shape the wire into a rainbow shape, leaving about 2 inches exposed wire on each end of the rainbow.

3. Stick the two ends of the wire into the cake for a lucky dose of bright fun.

Felt ball Rainbow cake topper

The felt balls are easily moved off the wire and you can reuse them for other projects. Follow the same directions with a much longer wire to create the felt rainbow garland to go along with the cake.

Use this sweet rainbow cake topper detail to finish off any Saint Patrick’s Day treat & brighten up the week with colorful, lucky style!

(Photography ©A Subtle Revelry by Laurel Stavros).

3 Comments

  • rebecca
    March 10, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    These are too cute! Definitely going to try this out ❤
    munchies&musings

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  • Rach
    March 13, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    This is a cute idea, but I’m not a fan of the lint and fuzzies from the felt balls touching the frosting. I think it would be better to use gumballs – just something edible.

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  • astarza
    July 19, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    What size balls are these? 3cm?

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