Okay, so "rock-n-roll" is a bit misleading. Technically it's just a cake with music notes and the words "Avery Rocks" piped along the sides, but it went along with the rock-n-roll party theme.
I began by experimenting with melting, tinting, and creating candy pops. This process was surprisingly easy and cheap. The candy and tray cost a few dollars and sure enough, the candy pops came right out after 15 minutes in the refrigerator. I made a few batches of different colored stars.
I made 2 two-layered cakes in a 4-inch pan and an 8-inch pan. I frosted both cakes with vanilla buttercream icing dyed pink. After watching a few YouTube videos, I stuck four wooden dowel rods in the center of the larger cake before placing the smaller cake on top.
I dyed some frosting purple and piped the letters along the side of the cake. Then I placed the cake in the refrigerator so it could set.
The last step was the fun part. I used purple and teal colored icing to create borders, then randomly inserted the stars in the cake. Here is the final product: