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70th Birthday Cake for a Special Lady

8 Apr


I must say I like the way this cake turned out, of course this time of year violets are a great flower to make and I love making buttercream ones. Not having any idea what the color scheme was to be for the party ( I just like these colors together) I was told “they were perfect” and just what the caterer was also using. Cake flavor: yellow butter with vanilla buttercream frosting. All flowers are buttercream.

70th Birthday Cake

3 Jan

This was a fun cake to do and a great way to start the 2015 new year.

6" and 10" yellow butter cake, vanilla butter cream. Fondant teal & blue stars.

6″ and 10″ yellow butter cake, vanilla butter cream. Fondant teal & blue stars.

A Parrot for a 70th Birthday

26 Jun

This was a fun cake for me to do. Most of my cakes  have a lot of  flowers on top. The parrot is piped using butter cream. Cake flavor is chocolate with vanilla butter cream frosting.

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Lynda’s 70th Birthday

31 Mar

Lynda's 70th Birthday Cake

Lynda was lucky to have 2 cakes for her birthday.

Cake number one was for a luncheon for her, given by a   friend.

Cake number 2 was for a family dinner. Both were the same flavor, yellow butter cake with vanilla butter cream. All the flowers were piped with butter cream.


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Cake number 2–

70 and Counting

24 May

 This cake was made for a fun occasion, a class reunion with a few friends all turning 70 in the month of May. A yellow butter cake filled with a luscious raspberry buttercream and frosted in almond buttercream. Cake size a 10″ 2 layer. Flowers were buttercream, the 70 was fondant. Flowers around the cake top edge were piped lily of the valley. 

Like Jewels from the Sea

4 Mar

I love making sea shells. These are made from melted white chocolate and are so good. I lightly brushed them with a little edible glitter (pink, lavender, gold etc) to give them a shine. The  9″ 3 layer butter cake is frosted in almond buttercream tinted a soft blue.

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