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    Default Science theme cakes

    After ideas for DS 5th birthday which is science themed. We have a 'mad scientist' coming along to do experiments with the guests + face painting and balloon twisting.

    And if you have pics of cakes you have made, I'd love to see them too!!


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    A volcano cake that erupts?

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    Planets or a specific planet.
    Chemistry set
    Periodic table cupcakes
    A volcano cake!
    A brain cake Or a round cake decorated with scientific symbols and then topped with a brain.

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    Albert eintsteins face
    Molecule composition for air?
    Bunsen burner with test tubes
    Green goo inbetween the cake so when cake is cut its oozing with goo?

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    Periodic table would be dead easy. Just a slab cake with squares and letters piped on it. Even easier if you used fondant and those cake decorating pens.
    Planet cake pops
    A rainbow cake but with brown and white etc layers like the earth (could even pop a few 'fossils' in it).

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    A minecraft cake would be kinda cool too and fits within the theme I think.

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    I just googled and there was a pic of a heap of cup cakes in the shape of the periodic table with each cup cake having it's own element written on it. There were also a dissected frog, a DNA strand, and some petrie dish biscuits, with their own different growths on them.
    What about a spacey- themed cake, like a rocket ship. It's scientific, lol!

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