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Sea Themed Cake
I had the opportunity to make this Sea themed bridal shower cake for a special bride who was having a destination wedding. It is a buttercream cake with ombre shades of blue and decorated with a sea horse topper,sea shells,star fish,sand dollars,corals,sea weeds and pearls to match their invitation.
The two tier cake was painted to simulate Nebula which I must credit Sprinkles Bakes for her tutorial. The ships circling the cake are molded chocolate. The Death Star is styrofoam, with fondant tiles, I filled the trench with small LED lites. Special thanks goes out to Liz Huber and JustKist for their tutorials.
Star Wars Wedding
My husband and I renewed our vows for our 15 th anniversary. I made the cake and he built the topper out of Lego. He is a huge Star Wars fan.
Darth Vader Birthday Cake
This cake was made at the request of two little boys who wanted to have a Star Wars birthday party for their dad. How cute! The cake is cocoa banana cake with chocolate buttercream. The silhouette is cut from fondant and took a lot longer than I anticipated but I was happy with the end result.
Reach The Star
I apologize to all of you because of technical problems with the posting this cake. It was already posted a few days ago, but when I wanted to edit it, somehow I erased ir. Cake for my daughter's birthday. Alenka graduated university, got a permanent job, live in love and harmony with the amazing young man and his parents, dear and honest people. Looks like she reach her star. The cake is made of two parts. One is chocolate torte with dark chocolate ganache and the other is a coffee cake & hazelnuts with cream of coffee. It is covered with dark fondant. Stars are made by sprinkle edible white color, bright star is a small LED with battery imprint in the cake, a figure of a girl is made of gum paste. This cake is posted on Amazing cake ideas competition, so if you like it, please vote on the link below. it is number 6. cake thank you all in advance.... http://www.amazingcakeideas.com/2016/11/21/competition-number-1-cake-expert-world/3/
Star Wars - Millenium Falcon
Chocolate Cake, Buttercream Icing, Marshmallow Fondant and Krispie Treat. The cake sits slightly angled. Raised above a black covered board by black covered Styrofoam wedge. The front of the cake looks slim because the lower front of the MFalcon is covered in black fondant to blend into the background. Krispie Treat was used to form the rounded walkways by pressing KTs into the Wilton flower formers and molding into a wedged shape. The cockpit was the same, but left completely rounded and later cut to a cone shape.
Sweet sixteen cake, made for my friends daughter, covered in fondant, gumpaste silver stars and buttercream dots simulating the star covered sky, a picture was given to me to follow. I was happy with the results
Invited to contribute a project using Simi Isomalt...wouldn't say no! I had my heart set on showing everyone that Sidney's product can literally stand up and defy gravity! No internal structure, The sugar is supported with sugar. Thanks for looking. I think I have a mold problem...silicone that is! I often see silicone molds as a new accessory for my isomalt station inside my studio. I found these chess pieces and have been dying to cast Simi Isomalt in them. Over the summer I saw an interesting game while attending the Star Trek convention; 3D Chess. Completely dazzled and inspired I set a goal to make a similar piece in isomalt. The entire project is Simi isomalt. There is no internal structure, all of the boards and "rods" are assembled with melted isomalt. I created the boards by printing an Icing Images iDesign checkerboard pattern onto Simi Transfer Sheets then I cast Simi Clear Isomalt atop. The pieces were melted clear isomalt cast in two part, 360 design molds. I used TheSugarArt Classic Gold and Nu Silver powder luster colors to dry dust each piece once cooled. The pieces are NOT attached to the project so you can actually play, you just may want to find a Vulcan to show you how. Live Long and Prosper!