This cake was for a boy turning 5 this weekend. The white cake ball is covered in fondant, with a fondant figure of a ball player sitting on top. The field below is chocolate cake, covered with buttercream grass. I I thought the little plates on the field were a cute finishing touch.
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
I decorated this chocolate cake with a layer of chocolate buttercream covered in marshmallow fondant. I carved it to look like the Mad Hatter's hat. There is even a tag stuck in the hat brim with 10/6 on it (appearantly that was the price of the hat). On top were fondant figures of the Mad Hatter and the White Rabbit.
Saturday, February 16, 2008
My friend, Sherry asked me for a baby cake. I thought it turned out so cute! It's a chocolate cake with buttercream icing. The stars, moon, and baby are all fondant. My favorite part is the star hanging from the moon. I used fishing line. It's little details that can make a cake special.
My 9 year old, Alexis, wanted to make a cake for her friend. Makenna was throwing a party for her Webkins (stuffed animals that have games on the internet you can play). They made the cake to look like one of the games, Wheel of Wow. I helped, but the kids did most of the work. They did a great job. Here is a picture of my kids - Alexis, Camryn, and Seth with two of the Davis kids - Olivia and Josh.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
The Boy Scouts in my ward are having a Chinese New Year themed Blue & Gold Banquet. They asked me to do the cake. I put fondant ribbon around each layer with a geometric design and piped a dragon kinda swirled around the front of the cake. I added a diamond shaped on the top and piped "Boy Scout" in Chinese - not that I know Chinese, I found it on the internet.
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Super Why is a PBS Kids show. It is actually pretty cute and educational. When a customaer asked for a Super Why cake, I thought I'd sculpt the characters out of rolled fondant. They came out pretty cute. They are sitting on a book of Fairy Tales. The vanilla cake is frosted in green buttercream with white dots that have question marks on them, like the bookclub house doors on the show.
A customer sent me a picture and wanted this cake for her son's 21st birthday. The dice are vanilla cake with a chocolate cream filling and are covered in fondant. The base of the cake is chocolate with an Oreo filling, then frosted with buttercream and decorated. She brought me cards, chips, and dice to finish the cake off.