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DIY Beer Can Cake

This Beer Cake is not what you think. There is no actual cake in it. It’s beer cans and a little creativity.

DIY Beer Can Cake

Beer Cake for Any Occasion

Beer Cake is a great gift for Father’s Day, for a beer-lovers birthday or for a Diaper & Beer Party (aka Baby Shower for Dad). The only limit is your imagination and your budget.

Beer Can Cake Made Easy

Decide on a budget. Pick up your beer-lovers favorite beers. You can use all the same beers or mix it up and you decide how big or small. If it’s your first time best to start off with a 12 pack, but as you get better move up to 18 and 24 packs. You can also get all the materials at a dollar store.

What You’ll Need
  • Ribbon (thick and thin)
  • scissors
  • glue or tape
  • a platter
  • 2 Bristle boards (cut into 3 circles 3″, 6″ and 9″ in diameter)

Beer Cake Tutorial

 

Decorations for the Beer Cake

Of course you’ll need some ribbon, but you can also top with a balloon on a stick, pictures of the person (with or without beers), adjectives that describe him again this is one of this things that is also up to your creativity. Brainstorm a little with +25 best ideas about Beer Can Cake on Pinterest. We really liked the one where they decorate it with actual cupcakes.

Beer Can Cake with Cup Cakes
Image by: Pinterest

 

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