This cake was designed to match the custom invites for an 8 year old’s dance party. I didn’t even know kids knew what ghetto blisters were anymore?!
This cute cake was for my daughter’s friend Annie. The cake was made in bowls, but the height was not quite achieved. Next time I’ll have to use half of a ball pan to achieve the effect I was going for!
This was for a mom to be’s first son. The cake was decorated to match the theme and invites, which focused on a baby carriage. The tiers were wrapped with satin ribbon.
This cake was for a 70th birthday party of a magician lover. The cake is a 10″ base, and the hat is an 8″ topped with a round of fondant and a fondant bunny on top.
For a 40th birthday party, the birthday girl loves DC. The cake is two 6″ tiers stacked on top of each other and wrapped in fondant. Then I airbrushed it silver and free hand cut the red letters. The “diet” is handwritten with edible marker. Browned butter cake with vanilla filling.
Made to match party decor, this monkey cake was for a baby shower. Cakes were browned butter and chocolate.
The birthday boy requested rainbows, Wild Kratts and polar bears. So this is what happened. :)
This was for Cash’s 2nd birthday: the cars were figures supplied by the birthday boy’s mom. The cake was decorated to match the party decor.
For Micah, who turned 3. Cake was covered in fondant and figures were fondant/gumpaste.
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.