Sunday, October 25, 2009
This was such a fun cake to make! The leaves in our area have turned lovely shades of colours, and this cake captures some of them. The rich colours of the cake, were highlighted by the reception setting. There was a huge backdrop of lovely autumn leaves! The bottom tier of this cake was chocolate cake with vanilla oreos 'n cream buttercream, the middle tier, vanilla with vanilla buttercream and the top tier was red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. It must have made for a dramatic cutting! All decorations, leaves, acorns, cording were edible.
These cakes were made for a lovely lady. She arrived at her surprise party with her Louis Vuitton purse, so the cake was apropos!!! Everything, except the flower stamens and the jewels on the shoe, is edible. Inside was moist vanilla cake with chocolate buttercream.
The recipient of this cake likes all moving things...cars...trucks...trains...
All transport vehicles were hand cut, and put together like a jigsaw puzzle. Inside were alternating layers of vanilla and chocolate cake with chocolate fudge frosting.
This jersey was created for a huge Montreal fan, and his even bigger fan of a dad! Inside was vanilla cake with vanilla oreos 'n cream buttercream!
The dad liked the cake..."Showed some people from the office pictures of Matt’s cake and everyone was just floored…I’m still speechless myself".
Sunday, August 30, 2009
I created this cute cake and co-ordinating cookies for a sweet little girl's first birthday. The design was based on an invitation. Inside was moist chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream. I received this nice email from Ming...
Just got settled back home.
I wanted to send a few pics of the cake I took. It was a huge hit and everyone loved it...for the eyes and taste!
Thank you sooooooooo much.
The cookies we great too. Luckily got one for us too.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Our dear friends recently celebrated the first birthday and the baptism of their little monkey! The cake featured two tiers of lemon cake with lemon filling and one neapolitan. Matching cookies, using Noah's initials and more monkeys completed the look. All decorations are fondant. God bless you Noah!!!
Sunday, July 26, 2009
okay...vacation is over, back to work!!!
My nephew recently celebrated his 8th birthday, and since he is a huge Lakers fan, I made a jersey and basketball cake for him. Inside was vanilla cake with chocolate oreos and cream buttercream,
Sunday, June 28, 2009
A special couple recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Everything, except the ribbon is edible including the pictures and frames. The bottom tier was moist lemon cake with lemon curd buttercream and the top tier was vanilla. The top image is the cake before the pictures were placed around it.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
This cake and cupcake tower was made for a grade 5 graduation yesterday. The cap is cake, and all decorations are fondant. There was a mixture of chocolate and vanilla cake with chocolate and vanilla buttercream.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
This cake was made for a guy celebrating his 40th birthday, and his requested gift was a poker table with blue felt, on which he could play with the guys! Inspired by many cakes online, most notably by pinkcakebox. Inside was chocolate cake with oreos'n cream filling. All decorations are fondant, except the cards, which are real.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
This is prime first communion season, and here is another cake to celebrate. This was similar to an earlier design, but I incorporated the celebrant's initials on the cake and co-ordinating cookies.
My daughter's school holds a funfest every spring, and one of the most popular events is a cakewalk, where participants enjoy a game of musical chairs and have a chance to win a cake! This year's theme was All Star Sports, so I made two basketball and two baseball cakes. I intended to do a soccer ball and a golf ball, but ran out of time!
The black and white cookies are a new thing for me, but since a friend requested them, I did my research and saw that some people are really serious about their black and whites. I am happy to report that these beauties were spot on...crips on the outside, cakey in the centre and chocolate and vanilla in every bite!
Friday, June 5, 2009
My little girl has turned 4! She decided to go with a Hawaiian Luau theme this year, and between cookies for her loot bags, mini cupcakes for her classmates and a two tiered cake, complete with a look-a-like hula dancer, I was kept quite busy. The cupcakes are an egg-free vanilla recipe. The cake was one tier of banana cake with nutella buttercream and one tier of vanilla cake with orange buttercream.
Natalia recently celebrated her third birthday and when asked what theme she wanted for her party, she simply requested gifts and balloons. We paired that with her favourite colours of pink and purple and came up with this. The flavour of this confection was banana cake with nutella buttercream!
My dear friend's son recently received his first communion. We incorporated their praying hands with rosary theme into the cake and added a bible and chalice, which were all hand sculpted. The flavours included chocolate cake with custard filling and vanilla cake with oreos 'n cream filling.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Jack and Jill (or stag and doe) parties seem to be more popular. This cake was made for a poker themed Jack and Jill. All decorations, except the cards are made of fondant, and inside is chocolate butter cake with vanilla buttercream.
These vanilla mini cupcakes were made for an end of season hockey banquet. Each cupcake was topped with a maple leaf personalized for every player and/or coach, a puck, a hockey stick or the name of a sponsor or important event in the league's season.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
My godson celebrated his 4th birthday recently and asked for a tiger, an elephant, a bear and a lion on his cake. So...he got them! Inside was vanilla butter cake with vanilla buttercream...he likes it simple!!!
Saturday, March 21, 2009
This cake was made for the wedding of my husband's cousin and his beautiful bride. All they told me is they wanted brown and white and a snowflake theme. The ribbons and bows are made of chocolate fondant, and the snowflakes are actually crystal ornaments that they can use for years to come to remember this special day. Inside was chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream, vanilla cake with lemon buttercream and raspberry preserves and vanilla cake with chocolate buttercream. Congratulations Peter and Lindsay!
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
One for a little boy, one for a girl! The giant cupcake was for my daughter's friend who wanted cherries incorporated into her party, which was held at a bowling alley. The cake was vanilla with chocolate buttercream. The little car was for a boy who loves playing with his toy cars...
My friend showed me a picture of a goalie mask and asked me to recreate it out of cake for her son's birthday. This was a challenge, but everyone said it was a hit! Inside this cake is Vanilla cake with oreos 'n cream buttercream.
My nephew is obsessed with his Webkinz, so this was the only cake that could adequately celebrate his 5th birthday! All figurs and decorations were created with sugarpaste. Inside was vanilla cake with milk chocolate buttercream. Happy Birthday Luca!