Spiderman Birthday


Oh, how I love Superhero themed birthdays!


This one in particular was a Spiderman themed birthday party. It started with a simple Spiderman Cake and some Spiderman Web Cupcakes to accompany it. The cake was a moist Marble Cake with Vanilla Buttercream.


For decor I kept it on the simple side with Spiderman’s face piped in the middle. Around the side was a birthday message with some web accents. I was really pleased with how the webs around the sides turned out. It tied everything together very well.


The Spiderman Web Cupcakes were a moist Vanilla Cake dyed Blue with fluffy Vanilla Buttercream and topped with Chocolate webs.


The webs were very fun to make and they added a great touch to the cupcakes and pulled the theme together. I really enjoyed this order and heard that the birthday boy was very pleased!


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10 Responses to Spiderman Birthday

  1. lynette conlon says:

    how did you make the chocolate webs??

    • Sarah says:


      Thank you for the comment! I made the webs by piping melted chocolate on waxed paper and then letting them harden in the fridge. Then I peeled them off, carefully, and placed them on top of the cupcakes!

  2. Priti says:

    Hi Sarah
    The cake looks awesome !! hey what did you use to pipe the webs on the cake? is it dark melted chocolate … or something else??


    • Sarah says:


      Thank you for the comments. Yes, the webs are melted chocolate piped on wax paper w/ a stencil underneath. I just used a sandwich bag with a small cut in the corner. You could also used a piping bag with a #1, #2 or #3 tip. Hope this helps! πŸ™‚

  3. Jamie says:

    Can you please give details on how you decorated the cake? Did you use a stencil for Spiderman’s face? Whatotip numbers? Also, how do you get your cakes so flat on top?

    • Sarah says:


      Thanks for the comment. I use a stencil and trace it into the buttercream cake. I then pipe on top of the cake using various tips. Small round ones for the outline and then small star tips for the filling. I also use small round tip for writing and decorating. To get the cakes smooth on top and the sides I use a crusting buttercream frosting (also prevents color bleeding) and let it sit for a bit then use a Viva paper towel (has no patterns printed on it – non quilted) and smooth it with my hands or use a fondant smoothing tool. Hope this helps!

  4. Virginia says:

    Hi! Is the red icing a crusting buttercream as well?

    • Sarah says:

      Hello! Yes, the red and the blue icing are a crusting buttercream! I use both a combination of shortening and meringue powder to help the buttercream to crust. Thanks! πŸ™‚

  5. Jenn says:

    Hi! What size cake round did you use and how many layers? I’m going to attempt this for my 5 yr old’s birthday and hope to serve about 20 people. Thanks! You’re so talented!


    • Sarah says:

      Hello! This cake is two layers and can be any size. The one in this image is a 6inch round. Too feed your amount of people I would suggest a 9inch or 10inch round, 2 layer cake. Thank you for the wonderful comments!

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