Queen Bee In Training

This was fr a girl celebrating her 13th birthday in the hospital. When the hospital staff talked to her about what kind of party she wanted, she said she wanted a cake with a crown. She also mentioned that her Nana had died the year before, and that they all called her Queen Bee. The granddaughters were all Queen Bees in Training. It's hard to tell in the picture, but there is a bee shape in the middle of the tiara, and little fondant bees around the top of the first tier.

Comments

bobwonderbuns Says... 8 years ago

What great colors!

MemphisMom9801 Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Love the designs... especially the bottom tier. I'm sure the lil' girl loved it. :)

rcs Says... 8 years ago

What a special cake. I'm sure the little girl felt special too. It's a really great cake. You did a wonderful job!!!

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

beautiful job!! Amazing detail and terrific colors!!

evaruggiero Says... 8 years ago

beatiful, thanks for sharing!

FatAndHappy Says... 8 years ago

WOW this is so beautiful! Your striping us flawless! Very creative way to incorporate the bees! LOVE IT!

gabbenmom Says... 8 years ago

How wonderful of you to do this for her!! Great job!

ombaker Says... 8 years ago

wow the detail is amazing!

revco Says... 8 years ago

That is jus wonderful, I bet she was thrilled

Laura102777 Says... 8 years ago

That cake looks amazing! Absolutely gorgeous!

JavaJunkieChrissy Says... 8 years ago

What a touching story about the cake...I know she just loved it

tyty Says... 8 years ago

love the colors

kbochick Says... 7 years ago

Thanks everybody! The trim on the bottom of each layer is ribbon. I had a set that I found in the scrapbooking section that had several different coordinating ribbons. I bought them because I loved the colors, but I hadn't had occasion to use them. When this cake came up, I thought it would be a fun tine to break out the ribbons. :) It also ended up being perfect, because the only two colors of luster dust I had were the salmony color & the green, which my husband had gotten accidentally anyway!

bbbaker Says... 7 years ago

How beautiful.... how did you do the trim on the bottom of each layer?

rcs Says... 8 years ago

What a special cake. I'm sure the little girl felt special too. It's a really great cake. You did a wonderful job!!!

mgdqueen Says... 8 years ago

beautiful job!! Amazing detail and terrific colors!!

evaruggiero Says... 8 years ago

beatiful, thanks for sharing!

FatAndHappy Says... 8 years ago

WOW this is so beautiful! Your striping us flawless! Very creative way to incorporate the bees! LOVE IT!

gabbenmom Says... 8 years ago

How wonderful of you to do this for her!! Great job!

ombaker Says... 8 years ago

wow the detail is amazing!

revco Says... 8 years ago

That is jus wonderful, I bet she was thrilled

Laura102777 Says... 8 years ago

That cake looks amazing! Absolutely gorgeous!

JavaJunkieChrissy Says... 8 years ago

What a touching story about the cake...I know she just loved it

bobwonderbuns Says... 8 years ago

What great colors!

MemphisMom9801 Says... 8 years ago

Great job! Love the designs... especially the bottom tier. I'm sure the lil' girl loved it. :)

tyty Says... 8 years ago

love the colors

kbochick Says... 7 years ago

Thanks everybody! The trim on the bottom of each layer is ribbon. I had a set that I found in the scrapbooking section that had several different coordinating ribbons. I bought them because I loved the colors, but I hadn't had occasion to use them. When this cake came up, I thought it would be a fun tine to break out the ribbons. :) It also ended up being perfect, because the only two colors of luster dust I had were the salmony color & the green, which my husband had gotten accidentally anyway!

bbbaker Says... 7 years ago

How beautiful.... how did you do the trim on the bottom of each layer?


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