10. Choo-choo train
9. Swimming pool
Who could forget that green jelly pool and the baby dolls? Modern cooks might like to use blue jelly for a healthier-looking pool. Click here for the recipe.
8. Dolly Varden
With a dedicated tin to create the skirt, the Dolly Varden cake was the stuff of children's dreams. Click here for the recipe.
7. Sweets shop
The Sweets Shop cake was coveted by kids around the country, featuring retro Darrell Lea Bo-Peep lollies and candy cane sticks. Click here for the recipe.
6. Candy castle
Inverted ice cream cones for castle spires? Genius! The fluffy marshmallow icing made this cake particularly memorable.
5. Number one
How many parents made this vibrant cake for their baby's first birthday? A cinch to make, the rows of Smarties pack a visual punch. Click here for the recipe.
4. Beautiful butterfly
An '80s classic, the butterfly's wing design can be personalised with an array of favourite lollies.
3. Rubber Ducky
Who could forget the potato chip beak and the jaunty red bow? A winning combination for this crowd-pleaser.
2. Racing car track
Perfect for young car fans, the number 8 can be easily adapted to create a number 3. Very handy!
1. Humpty Dumpty
With an egg shell body and a chocolate cake wall, what's not to love about this adorable nursery rhyme legend?
Cake My Day
The Australian Women's Weekly is challenging everyday Aussies to create one of the iconic Women's Weekly Birthday Cake Book cakes in a new webisode series, Cake My Day. You won't want to miss this!
WATCH the trailer for Cake My Day below
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