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Loch Ness Monster cake tutorial | CakeFlix
with Paul Bradford
Skill level: Easy Cake Decorating | Cakeflix - Beginner Level Courses
HD Lessons: 8
Decorating time: 6 hrs
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1. Preparing the Cake

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2. Covering the Cake

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3. Covering the Board

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4. Setting the Scene

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5. Boat

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6. Model

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7. Dog

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8. Loch Ness Monster


Check out this cute Loch Ness Monster cake tutorial | CakeFlix. Scene cakes are always good fun to make particularly when you can personalise things so the recipient is very clear who its intended for.

This was a commission where the brief was to have the Loch Ness monster playing a guitar and the man on a fishing boat.
Here Paul brings it to life by creating the scene with a bit of comedy but at the same time focussing on the all important detail. Let the Loch Ness Monster cake tutorial | CakeFlix inspire your scene creations.

Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Monster, also known as Nessie, is a cryptid that is said to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It is often described as a large, long-necked creature with a humped back and a long tail.

There have been numerous reported sightings of Nessie over the years, but no definitive evidence of its existence has ever been found. Some people believe that Nessie is a real creature, while others believe that it is a myth or a hoax.


The first reported sighting of Nessie was in 565 AD, when Saint Columba is said to have encountered a “water beast” in Loch Ness. Since then, there have been hundreds of reported sightings of Nessie, some of the most famous of which include:

  • 1933: A photograph of a long, dark object in Loch Ness was published in the Daily Mail. This photograph is often cited as evidence of Nessie’s existence, but it has also been criticized as a hoax.
  • 1934: A film of a creature swimming in Loch Ness was taken by a group of tourists. This film is also controversial, and some experts have claimed that it is a fake.
  • 1960: A sonar scan of Loch Ness revealed a large, unidentified object. This object was never identified, but some people believe that it was Nessie.


There is no definitive evidence to prove or disprove the existence of Nessie. The most common evidence cited by Nessie believers includes:

  • Sightings: The numerous reported sightings of Nessie are the most compelling evidence in favor of its existence. However, many of these sightings are unreliable, and some of them have been proven to be hoaxes.
  • Photographs and film: The photographs and film of Nessie are also controversial. Some experts believe that these images are genuine evidence of Nessie, while others believe that they are hoaxes or misidentifications.
  • Sonar scans: The sonar scans of Loch Ness have revealed some large, unidentified objects. However, these objects have never been identified, and it is possible that they are simply natural phenomena.


The existence of the Loch Ness Monster remains a mystery. There is no definitive evidence to prove or disprove its existence, and the debate is likely to continue for many years to come.

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Paul Bradford

Paul Bradford

Paul Bradford´s mission is to ‘Empower people to achieve their cake decorating dreams’ by providing a range of cake decorating courses and online tutorials through their website, which currently teaches 195,000+ students.  
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