October 31, 2009


Well sort of. That was the request and looking at the cake, she doens't "really" look like Tinker Bell, maybe Tinker Bells cousin. I could have bought a TinkerBell doll but I would have charged an extra $15 for the cake. I prefer keeping it affordable and I hope they were pleased with the cake. I was thinking, I should have done a small TinkerBell image transfer on a medallion or something to take it one step closer to TinkerBell. All that said, I think it's a nice looking cake, but just not completely what I set out to do. The cake is fudge marble, with vanilla buttercream frosting and a fondant skirt and wings.

October 30, 2009

Halloween Cake

Had a lot of fun with this one!!! A large halloween cake. Chocolate and vanilla pound cake with buttercream frosting and fondant leaves.

Halloween Creation...

A non edible kdfCREATION, a Halloween bouquet...made with chocolates, pencils and lollipops.

October 29, 2009


My busy weekend started with Halloween cupcakes! Tonight I'm working on a large cake for an office party, then I have a Tinkerbell cake for Saturday and a Caterpillar cake for Sunday. While it's busy, I'm looking forward to working on every single cake!

As for the cupcakes, they're vanilla pound and I only remembered to take the photo once they were in their boxes, so they aren't the best.

October 24, 2009


Did I get you singing the song? It sure was on repeat, playing over and over in my head while I worked on this one. I think he turned out pretty cute! This is for my supervisor actually, her son turned 2. Hopefully she likes it. :) Well more importantly hope he recognizes him and likes it too.

Iggle Piggle...

So this little guy is from the show In the Night Garden. I've seen the show a few times, not that that really matters when doing a cake. But I like to get to know my characters some. It's for a little boys first birthday, so I guess the cake is more for the parents than for the child. Hopefully they'll be pleased with the outcome. They wanted everything to be buttercream or cake, so I did just that. :)

October 23, 2009

Necklace cake

I was asked to do a cake for a 10 year olds birthday. She was having some friends go with her to a bead store so that they could make some jewelry. Her favorite color is Green. While the cake may not have been exactly what I had in my head... (A few measurements were off) I think it turned out quite well. Hopefully the birthday girl will like it too! It's chocolate fudge cake with vanilla buttercream frosting and fondant 'necklace'.

Girlfriends Cookie

Yum yum... Makes me want to have a girls weekend myself! A Giant chocolate chip cookie for a "Girlfriends" weekend. Chocolate ganache and vanilla buttercream 'decorations'.

October 17, 2009

Optimus Prime

I was asked to do a Transformers cake. The boys favorite is Optimus Prime... well... I wish I could have done a cake that transforms, but that just won't happen. :) So, I decided to do the tractor trailer version of 'him'. I think he turned out pretty good. He's vanilla pound cake with vanilla buttercream. Everything is cake except for the two 'tubes' on the side of the cab (exhaust pipes???)They're cookie sticks covered in buttercream. The wheels are pure'd cake mix with black buttercream and molded into tires.


October 16, 2009

Simple Bday cake

Mocha fudge cake with chocolate buttercream. I've been wanting to do this design FOREVER. I'm pleased with the outcome. Simple but pretty.

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October 9, 2009


Here's the whole crew, Pablo, Uniqua, Tyrone, Austin and Tasha. Mia recognized them when they were still in pieces! It's my first time sculpting with just fondant. TONS of fun. VERY time consuming though, BUT in the end, I LOVE the result!!!! Hopefuly the Mommy who ordered it and the birthday girl will love it too.

October 8, 2009

Monster Truck

I forgot to post these pictures last week, so I thought, better late than never!

I was asked to do a Monster truck for two brothers. One was turning 2, the other 4. Apparently they were very pleased with the truck! The cake is vanilla pound with a few vanilla wafers, buttercream and some chocolate buttercream for the mud. Oh and the tires are doughnuts covered in melted chocolate. Yum yum.

October 7, 2009

Backyardigans take 3

Ok... so I didn't do an entire backyardigans cake yet. BUT I have done Uniqua twice and so I've sorta tackled them... This time though, the whole crew is gonna be there, and I'm hoping for it to be one of my best! I'll be trying out new techniques all around and can't wait to show you. Now I just need to get started!

I'll be posting pics Friday, so stay tuned!!!

October 3, 2009

NB Karting Cake

I don't generally post many cakes pictures of one cake... but this cake is special and I decided that just one picture wasn't enough. I was asked to do a "karting" cake for the local karting awards banquet. I was SUPER excited to do the cake but the pressure was on to do something good. I Googled a bit, I searched here and there but in the end I had to go with my gut. I sketched out my idea and then, thanks to my amazing husband, I spent a couple, no a few, no MANY hours perfecting this cake. I'm completely overjoyed with how it turned out. By far it's my most favorite of all time. From the treads on the tires, to the trees, to the logo that I piped by hand, I just love it all. Lucky for me, the client seemed VERY pleased also.




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Chocolate Lovers Wedding cake

Here's my very first wedding cake. I've often said that I wouldn't do a wedding cake but this bride was AMAZING to work with. If all brides were like her, and if most weddings were to serve 50 or so people, I'd FOR SURE do more wedding cakes.


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