Archive | May, 2011

2 cakes – One Christening

29 May

   To celebrate Aaron’s christening I made 2 flavors of cake. A yellow butter cake with vanilla frosting and a chocolate cake with fudge  frosting. Both cakes had a cross made of white chocolate and blue and white  fondant flowers. The tiny blue hearts were also cut from fondant.

 

90th Birthday

29 May

Flavor for this 90th is a favorite of many people, a simple yellow butter cake with vanilla frosting. The pink roses are buttercream , the others are fondant.

Graduation 2011

26 May

Celebrating a graduation calls for a cake even if it’s from grade school or college. 

90th Birthday plus a few others

26 May

    

2 tier 6″ & 10″ yellow butter cake with vanilla buttercream basketweave. Flowers and wired stars were fondant.          

Marble cake, vanilla buttercream and bright colors of hot pink,lime green and black.

Yellow butter cake, vanilla buttercream with fondant flowers. The horse head was also cake.

Chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream. Side design done with a small rose tip to give a ruffle look. Flowers and butterfly were fondant.

A Girly Pink and White

15 May

 I had the pleasure of making this baptism cake this weekend  for a beautiful baby girl named Tully (pronounced 2-lee). Flavors were yellow butter cake with vanilla buttercream. All the pink and white flowers and butterfly were made of  fondant.

Yellow Roses for Barbara

13 May

Bright as sunshine, yellow roses are a favorite of mine. The roses are buttercream, the tiny ones are fondant.

Butterfly Pull-Apart Cake

1 May

This has got to be one of the easiest cakes I’ve ever done. Made with  cupcakes. Some people call them cupcake cakes or pull-apart cakes. Whatever you want to call it, it was fun. The customer was desperate for a cake and I didn’t have time to bake one, all I had were a few leftover cupcakes and flowers from another order. She said “I’ll take them”, so instead of doing them as individual cupcakes I pushed them together to create a small sheet cake. The butterfly was an edible image.

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