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Congratulation Cakes

17 May

!st Communion

Celebrating different occasions.



1st Communion





Celebrating New Sheriff The appointment of a new sheriff

His Badge was to be placed in the center of cake

Christening Cake for Ethan

11 Feb

Christening Cake for Ethan

11×15 chocolate sheet cake with vanilla butter cream frosting.


A Christening For Two

26 Apr

The lady who ordered this cake (her name was also Betty) wanted soft colors with shades of blue and a Cross in the center. The Cross was white chocolate and the flowers were off white buttercream so they would match. Cake flavor, classic butter with almond buttercream frosting. Congratulations to the parents of these 2 fine baby boys.

Baby Shower and a Christening

27 Aug

I made 2 doz cupcakes for a baby shower. Flavors were chocolate with mocha buttercream and yellow butter cake with lemon buttercream. The booties were piped with buttercream frosting. 

  This is a 9″ 3 layer almond butter cake with almond frosting. No writing on this one  just blue roses and tiny white fondant flowers and a lace design. Made for a baby boy’s christening.


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.


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.

Pink Roses for Karsyn Ann

16 Jan

My first cake for 2011.

What a nice way to start the new year, creating a cake for a baby girls baptism. The cake flavor was a family favorite, classic butter with raspberry buttercream filling and almond frosting. The flowers were buttercream and the cross is made using white chocolate. Monogram and numbers are fondant. Size: 2-10″ rounds.

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