Monday, December 29, 2008
This was a fun cake! I always love decorating cakes for kids because I can just add as much stuff as I like and I know they will love it. This was a Happy Birthday Jesus cake for a Children's Church class. A friend ask me to make this cake and she said, just be creative. I made a 11x13in. chocolate sheet cake with all butter cream icing. I used curly ribbon and angel cupcake picks for decorations. Then I added sprinkles, all kids love sprinkles. This sheet cake should feed 35 people.
Monday, December 22, 2008
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
This was my 2nd Mario cake. I made one just like this back in April for my little boy's birthday. This is a 10in square cake with an 8in. round on top, all butter cream icing with fondant decorations to match the Mario game. I made the topper by using a styrofoam bowl. This cake is especially cute when the little Mario figures are added. I had a lot of fun making this cake, I can't believe Mario is coming back.
Saturday, December 13, 2008
I really love the way this cake turned out. The lady that ordered this bridal shower cake wanted different shades of pink with a little black. This is an 11x15in. sheet cake iced in pink with a light pink cornelli lace design. I used a brighter pink fondant ribbon with a black fondant E and pink fondant flowers. It's another simple cake, but I think it turned out pretty cute.
Monday, December 8, 2008
I think this cake is so cute and it would be a nice cake for all ages. I know little girls that like this cake and grown women. The brown and pink polka dots always look great together and the bow just adds a nice touch. This is an 8in. round cake and will feed around 25 people.
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
This is my 2nd Peas in a Pod cake for twins. This one is a little different because we knew she was having a girl and a boy we added their names. I think these cakes turn out so cute. This design would also look great on a round or square cake. This sheet cake will feed 24.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
I made this cake for my little nephew. You might be wondering why I made a beach ball cake in the middle of Nov. He had his birthday party at Maley swim school and he just loved this pool cake with the beach ball on it. I loved the gum ball border so much I decided to use them again. This is a strawberry cake with cream cheese icing and the ball is chocolate cake with cream cheese icing. Both flavors were very tasty especially with the cream icing.
I made these cakes for a baby's 1st birthday. I had so much fun decorating these cakes. I love all the fun, bright colors. I also made the train lollipops, which turned out so cute. Another really neat and fun thing about this cake is the border. Can anyone guess what the border on the large cake is made of? If you guessed gumballs you are right. I thought that was such a cute idea! A big thanks goes out to this little boys Mom for coming up with that idea. The stacked cake is a double layer 9in. chocolate cake with a double layer 6in. yellow cake on top. It has butter cream icing with fondant accents. This cake will feed 40/45 people. The small cake is the baby's smash cake. I'm sure he had a ball playing in his little cake. I'm so proud of these cakes, I think they turned out great!
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
Another Camo cake. I try to make each camo cake a little different. On this one I added more orange and I really like the way it turned out. I also changed up the top of the cake by only using chocolate icing and then putting the camo print on the sides. I'm sure this little boy will love his cake and the deer head is a magnet, so he gets to keep it. This is a 8in. chocolate square cake with all butter cream icing. This cake will feed 20/25 people.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
I made this cake for my niece's birthday. I had some left over decorations from Mrs. Anne cake so I decided to put them to good use. This is a one layer 10in. round strawberry cake with cream cheese icing, her favorite. All the decorations are made of fondant. I had some of this cake and I'd have to admit it was very yummy!
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
This cake was so much fun to make. I loved cutting out all the fondant and making the bows. It was a pretty special cake for me so I spent a lot of time on it. This cake was a surprise cake for Mrs. Anne, my Pastors wife. It has to be one of the best cakes, if not the best cake that I have ever made. This cake will feed 100 or more people. Each layer was a different flavor with butter cream icing and fondant decorations. She loved it!!
Monday, October 27, 2008
My 1st Onesie cake. This is made from a sheet cake, any size will work depending on how many you are wanting to feed. This is a yellow cake will butter cream icing. The lady that ordered this cake only wanted the baby's name on the cake with no other decorations. This Onesie matched the real Onesie that she bought for the baby to wear. This cake would be so cute for girls or boys and there are so many ways to decorate it. I can't wait to make another one.