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The Roxycakes Blog

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I created the Roxycakes Blog as an extension of Roxycakes.ca to show you things I couldn't fit on the main site, yet couldn't bear to keep from you! This section is updated on a weekly basis - so you can keep up with all of the new and exciting developments at Roxycakes. And if you see your cake on this site, let your voice be heard by posting your comments right here and now! Thanks for visiting and hope to see you soon!

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Monthly Archives: May 2009

Retro Palm Springs Cake

I had so much fun creating this retro-Palm-Springs cake last week and had to post this photo. I painted the palm trees around the cake using a fine brush and food coloring. After delivering the cake, I placed two large, three-dimensional black palm trees on the top tier, all made out of sugar, which completed […]

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Canadian Wedding Industry Award

Roxycakes just received the 2008 Canadian Wedding Industry Award for Best Cupcake Design!

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M’m! M’m! Good…

One of the highlights of the week was this groom’s cake for the wedding rehearsal dinner of a sweet couple whom met while working at Campbell’s. Now I’m off to Ontario’s wine country to deliver part deux of their order – a wonderful three-tier wedding cake decorated to look like a selection of fine cheeses […]

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The Wedding Co. Presents…

A virtual wedding show! You must see this. The Wedding Co. really understands modern brides. They’re busy! Managing a career and planning a designer wedding is no picnic. So they MADE it a picnic! http://thespringweddingshow.com

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A classy affair…

This week’s highlight was definitely Tavis & Angela’s ultra-chic tower of wedding cakes. I just adore everything about this… 100 miniature white buttercakes with meyer lemon cream filling. And of course, sweet matching bonbonnières…

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Two mouth-watering cakes…

The first highlight this week was definitely teaching The Art of Sculpted Cakes at the Bonnie Gordon School of Cake Design. I was amazed at how talented the students were. I demonstrated how to sculpt a fairly simple shape, a hamburger – and Joanna, the talented intern who assisted me with this task, spent many […]

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