Bottom tier was a triple layer chocolate cake with Oreo buttercream and Oreo cookies crumbled between layers, top tier was a triple layer rainbow bit cake with vanilla pudding filling and vanilla buttercream.
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Monday, November 19, 2012
Wow! 65 years of marriage! I made this for a colleague's parents who were celebrating their 65th Anniversary. I can't even imagine!
I learned how to make a cupcake wrapper for the giant cupcake out of chocolate. Quite pleased with how nice it turned out!
Matching cake pops
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Saturday, September 29, 2012
I made this cake for a friend of our family. Let me just say, it is IMPOSSIBLE to find mini card suit cutters!! I searched everywhere. I ended up buying the regular cookie cutter size and using my freehand cutting skills to make the little ones. You will also notice how precise my lettering is!! (I LOVE my new Cricut Cake machine. It is going to make cake decorating that much more fun!)
Everything is made out of gumpaste. The cake itself was french vanilla cake with vanilla pudding, peaches and cinnamon streusel crunch with a vanilla buttercream.
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Sunday, August 19, 2012
I made this one for a friend's friends who chose blue and orange for their wedding colours. Top layer was coconut cake with cream cheese frosting and the bottom layer was chocolate cake with alternating layers of raspberry filling and chocolate ganache, with raspberry buttercream, all covered in marshmallow fondant.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
This was a VERY exciting cake for me! I had promised my friend Monique over a year ago that I'd make her cake, LONG before I really got into this. So, really, she's the reason why I got into cakes. I made her and her fiance cake pops one day, and he loved them, so the idea of having a cake pop wedding cake was thought up.
Ta-da!! What a crazy cake! But I think it turned out pretty awesome! The bottom 3 tiers were styrofoam dummies covered in fondant. I drilled holes in the middle 2 for the cake pops (the husband's drill got totally caked up with fondant, oops!)
I dreamed this up a few days before so people would know which kind was which!
The cake on top was real, for the cake cutting.
Monique and I :)
Beautiful Monique and her handsome hubby.
The special bride and groom cake pops!
Saturday, August 4, 2012
I made this cake for a friend of a friend who is moving to the eastern side of Canada...thought it would be fitting! Bottom layer is gluten-free chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting and the top layer is red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. As always, all decorations are edible!
Monday, July 23, 2012
I did this one for a friend of mine for her wedding shower - I told her about a year ago that I would make her wedding cake and had never done a fondant cake before...so, she is basically the reason I started doing cakes! Her wedding is in August and I will be doing a CAKE POP wedding cake for it!!
Friday, July 6, 2012
The more blogs I read, the more I see people making macarons. They look so pretty and delicate that I just HAD to try. Not as easy as one might think. I probably watched about 10 different tutorials, all with different information. Finally I found one that worked, but you MUST pay great attention to detail!! Anyways, I think my second attempt turned out pretty well!