For a 12 year old's One Direction party- the colors were black and silver. The logo is hand cut and painted with silver luster dust. The cake was funfetti with vanilla buttercream.
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?!
For Tyler, who's an Angels fan. The baseball is made of Rice Krispy treats covered in fondant. Vanilla cake with Oreo filling.
Have you seen Jessicakes blog? She does an amazing job of clean lines and cute designs. This cake was inspired by her cute cakes with the thin stripes. It's one of my faves that she does. I made this cake for the mother of one of our friends. His wife takes our family pictures every … Continue reading Stripe bow cake
When we first moved to Orange County, we taught primary for a couple years in our church. One year we taught the 9 year olds and a girl named Samantha was in our class. Well, Sam and her twin sister turned 16 this year (why, time, why?!!) and they had a masquerade party. The cakes … Continue reading Sweet 16 masquerade cake
Another Sweet 16- this time for a 1D lover who is obsessed with all thing British. I haven't made a topsy-turvy cake for a while. The flag and one Direction logo are handcut fondant. The cake is covered and decorated in fondant. Chocolate cake with Oreo filling.
For a baptism, the lucky boy was wearing blue and orange, so the stripes on the cake matched. Cake was chocolate with Oreo filling.
For sweet Claire, whose birthday is on New Year's day- she had a pre-Christmas birthday party at a candy store, complete with face painting and glitter tattoos. The cake was vanilla with vanilla filling.
This cake was for my friend and neighbor who was throwing a baby shower for a newly born Nicholas. She didn't give me any guidelines, only that she was using baby blue. I've always wanted to try this chevron design, so I thought this was the perfect opportunity. It isn't the straightest, but I loved … Continue reading Chevron Baby Shower Cake
Well, after a few birthdays, a week in Italy, a week recovering and getting kids in pre-school, I'm back to TWD! This week's recipe was for Coffee Break Muffins. We don't drink coffee, so I substituted cocoa powder for the espresso powder, and whole milk for the coffee. I also omitted the nutmeg. These muffins … Continue reading TWD- Coffee Break Muffins and Party Cake!