For my son’s buddy Max, with whom he used to have a love/hate relationship. But now it’s mostly love. Cars were toys provided by the birthday boy’s mom.
This cake is shaped by a 9″x13″ capped with a round cut in half on the bottom and top. The wheels are mini donuts sandwiched together and covered in fondant. Chocolate cake and chocolate buttercream.
Spiderman cake. Enough said.
For my buddy boy, who turned 4. He loves Hulk, especially the red hulk. I don’t know who the red hulk is, but I saw this cute hulk cake online and decided to make it half and half.
Chocolate cake with Oreo filling.
This ombré chevron cake was for a mom’ birthday. The ranunculus is made of fondant/gumpaste mixture. Lots of petals. Lots.
For Tyler, who’s an Angels fan. The baseball is made of Rice Krispy treats covered in fondant. Vanilla cake with Oreo filling.
This was for Naomi, who had a gymnastics birthday party. It’s hard to see, but the figure on top is doing the splits. Cake was chocolate with chocolate buttercream.
This cake was for a sweet girl in my church class. She loves shopping and her birthday party was a scavenger hunt at the mall. Love it!
She wanted a cake with ombré dots- her favorite colors are hot pink and teal- with a Nordstrom bag on top trouble, I tell you!
This cake was for cute Sadie who turned 11. The anchor is made of gumpaste/fondant. I loved the dots on the sides- it was supposed to look more like the dots were cut off at the edges of the cake but alas, I am a bad measurer.
So, I’ve never really thought of a birdcage theme party, but apparently, it’s common. Google birdcage cake images and you’ll see. Huh?
Anyway, this was for a bridal shower where the theme was love birds. The cage is made from stacked rounds and the top was baked in a metal bowl for the half sphere shape.
Cake was vanilla with strawberry buttercream.