This cake was made for a ten year old who had a paint your own canvas party! The theme was giraffes and I am so happy with how this turned out.
And this next cake was just too cute for words. The cake was based on the cartoon "Gallina Pintadita". Coming in at three tiers, it was a heavy cake made of red velvet, Oreo and chocolate tiers.
This cake was a massive undertaking for me. Not only was the client super nervous because of past cake experiences, I always get stressed hand painting fondant. It took me a week to "paint" with edible ink markers and vodka. 3 monsters, a sailboat, and a main literary character later and the client couldn't have been happier.
My absolutely amazing (step) mother in-law turned sixty this past weekend. Initial plans were drinks and appetizers at the club they belong to. Obviously, I couldn't go without making a cake.
Triangle Custom Creations made another wonderful acrylic topper for me and I let the kids pick out the flavors. My son has recently become obsessed with Neapolitan ice cream and so we have tiers of strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate.
And I also got to deliver the tallest cake that I have ever made. Coming in at 15 layers of cake, this wedding cake was delivered to an adorable venue, the Rand Bryan house, in Garner NC
I can't believe we are in June already!!! First grade conquered for one and another year of preschool down for my youngest. The house is full of chapter books because my son has to read everything in sight, paper airplanes because they are so cool, and every scrap piece of paper has my daughter's name scribbled on it because she is starting to spell words.
I'm over in the corner trying to hold it together and keeping myself busy with cakes in the process.
Below we have Wild Kratts, Minions, mermaids, and Monster High. Oh and check out a super cute Minnie in my gallery that I made this month too!!
Hey everyone! Cakes can be super frustrating. Really they can be. And as I have mentioned on this blog, Plan A doesn't always work. Sometimes Plan B doesn't work either but that's a story for another time. This cake below was a total Plan B cake and I freaking LOVE how it came out. It even has different layers inside for the different layers of the Earth. And yes, I will not lie. I had to ask my 1st grader what the layers were because I couldn't remember.
The cake also came with these super fun and super easy planet cupcake toppers!
This weekend was a lot of work. But I had a blast!
First up was a Disney Octonauts cake. My kids LOVED watching that show so it was nice to reminisce.
I also got to work on a Disney Descendants cake. I felt stuck in the middle this weekend. My kids say they are too old for Octonauts up there but they aren't old enough yet for the Descendents movies. We are officially stuck on the animated princess/ninja phases of childhood here.
For this cake we combined different ideas. The cake below, unfortunately, has a broken link. It's GORGEOUS and I have no clue who made it. But instead of the gold seashell crown, we wanted Uma's hat and no fondant.
Here is what we came up with.
And it just dawned on me that Disney has a tentacle problem.
The last super fun cake was a Harry Potter spell book for a young neighbor of mine. I absolutely LOVE that Harry Potter is still so popular. My husband and I love the books and movies. My favorite necklace is a golden snitch. And now my 6 year old has discovered the Fantastic Beasts illustrated book. It makes my inner nerdy heart smile.
This past week I got to make a gigantic 10" Hot wheels cake complete with a loop and a tunnel! I can't wait to see the pictures from this party!
It took everything I had not to borrow my kids' toys to see how it looked in action!
It's been a while since I posted!! I have had a least 4 cakes every weekend and I have fallen behind on the blog portion of this website!
But I got to do a pretty cool cake the other weekend that I wanted to share. It's a Nintendo Switch and the original cake had a rice paper scene with a little food coloring and fondant work. I don't have the capability to print on rice paper so I needed to improvise! Mario is all in fondant and the background is edible ink marker!
And here is the close up.
My week started off with an adorable baby shower cake. We wanted simple but sophisticated. So we went with a traditional onesie cake and designed it around the baby's room with hand painted flowers like the ones on her nursery wall.
We had a quick pitstop to deliver a 40th birthday cake complete with dentures, glasses, and handicap sticker.
And then we finished off the weekend with a cake for a bowling party!
It makes a world of difference.
I got the privilege to make a cake for our family photographer, Karen Brooks. Check out her work here. Her girls were turning 5 and 7 and have bdays close together. They are also both obsessed with anything related to unicorns.
I just love it when talents come together.
Lover of any thing and all things cake and chocolate related