Hamish Blake creates a flying unicorn Lego cake for his daughter Rudy's fourth ...

Hamish Blake creates a flying unicorn Lego cake for his daughter Rudy's fourth ...
Hamish Blake creates a flying unicorn Lego cake for his daughter Rudy's fourth ...

There's no doubt about it, Hamish Blake is a man of many talents. 

And on Friday, the 39-year-old took it upon himself to create yet another elaborate 3D cake.

Posting to his Instagram Stories, the Lego Masters host documented the lengthy process to create a flying unicorn cake, as requested by his four-year-old daughter Rudy for her birthday.

Daddy duties! This week, Hamish Blake created a flying unicorn Lego cake for his daughter on her fourth birthday

Daddy duties! This week, Hamish Blake created a flying unicorn Lego cake for his daughter on her fourth birthday

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Alongside his wife Zoë Foster Blake, Hamish admitted he'd had a power nap as he braved for the long night ahead of cake decorating.

Beginning the process just after 7pm, Hamish revealed his daughter briefed him to make: 'A unicorn, flapping its wings, with a rainbow coming out of its mouth, under a cloud, that's raining glitter.' 

Using a mix of tie-dyed coloured sponge cake, rice puffs and icing, he began his baking adventure.

A doting dad: Hamish whipped up the creation on Friday for his daughter Rudy (pictured). Beginning the process just after 7pm, Hamish revealed his daughter briefed him to make: 'A unicorn, flapping its wings, with a rainbow coming out of its mouth, under a cloud, that's raining glitter'

A doting dad: Hamish whipped up the creation on Friday for his daughter Rudy (pictured). Beginning the process just after 7pm, Hamish revealed his daughter briefed him to make: 'A unicorn, flapping its wings, with a rainbow coming out of its mouth, under a cloud, that's raining glitter'

Getting technical: Hamish enlisted in the help of his Lego Masters co-star The Brickman, also known as Ryan McNaught, to help build the unicorn's movable wings, before topping it all in sticky marshmallow-coated rice puffs

Getting technical: Hamish enlisted in the help of his Lego Masters co-star The Brickman, also known as Ryan McNaught, to help build the unicorn's movable wings, before topping it all in sticky marshmallow-coated rice puffs

Hamish enlisted in the help of his Lego Masters co-star The Brickman, also known as Ryan McNaught, to help build the unicorn's movable wings, before topping it all in sticky marshmallow-coated rice puffs.

'In all seriousness, I've burnt myself on marshmallow, I have yellow hands, I better get down to it,' he said at 7:30pm.

'I'm probably gonna be mucking around a little bit, that's alright, we're having fun. One hour, I'll check back at 9:30.'

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And sure enough he did, with tequilla and whiskey in hand - he soldiered on.

Powering through: With tequilla and whiskey in hand - Hamish soldiered on to create the adorable cake

Powering through: With tequilla and whiskey in hand - Hamish soldiered on to create the adorable cake

After a few mishaps, Hamish managed to get to work on the floating cloud.

To do so, he hung a plastic plate with another cake on a set of hanging lights. 

He then used fishing line, to hook the cloud-cake above the unicorn.  

After several attempts at perfecting the rainbow

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