I entered a cake competition last week. The rules were to make a three-tiered “winter-themed cake”, so I came up with the idea of making the bottom tier ice, the second tier a duffel bag and the top tier a sculpted pair of skates. From start to finish, it took about 16 hours to decorate […]
Monthly Archives: November 2008
One of my clients asked for a three-dimensional *Lucky Bear Cake* this week. It took me about 8 hours to sculpt and decorate this cake and I spent that entire time humming the Care Bears tune and driving everyone nuts *L* This three-tiered chocolate cake with cookie & cream buttercream measures 14″ in height and […]
Frangipanis are such a perfect, Hawaiian flower. I made these ones out of sugar paste for a client’s house warming celebration. So pretty!
I love making individually-boxed cupcakes. I was asked to make these ones for a chic winter gala. A hundred of these boxes were arranged into a gorgeous pyramid at the venue, and each guest got to take one home at the end of the evening.
These simple, elegant rose buds were created by using fresh cherry buttercream. Light, fluffy and so pretty!
Here’s a chocolate cake topped with a sweet replica of the Louis Vuitton Battersea Sandal in ivoire. Every element of the cake is completely edible, right down to the stitched designer tag and tissue paper.
I found this spiral cupcake tree last while shopping for new cupcake stands. It holds 12 cupcakes and I can just picture it as a wedding table centerpiece. I had to purchase one to see what it looked like with cupcakes, since it was used as a display for fruit in the showroom. What can […]