Air Cadet Officers
I used the "Wilton graduate" cake pan for the Commanding Officers and had to alter the shape in order to use with the uniform (the wedge was difficult to do). The faces and the squadron logo is edible images and the uniforms are fondant.
my son's grade 8 graduation party's cupcakes. Fondant stars and curls sprayed in gold and some made of black fondant.
Green With Swags And Flowers
4 tiered stacked cake covered with fondant and then air sprayed with green. Ribbon along each bottom border, fondant swags swept along the tiers and gumpaste flowers sprayed and added.
heart shaped "Sour Cream" cut-out cookie with fondant "dress" and royal icing necklace.
Ashley & Tim's Cake
3 tiered cake (all cakes were 4", bottom 12" & top 6" were banana chocolate chip with chocolate buttercream icing filling, buttercream and fondant, and middle tier was Pina Colata cake with rum-buttercream icing with toasted coconut filling, buttercream icing and fondant). Cakes covered with fondant with a tufted design. The pearl border was done in buttercream. The bride and groom purchased the large "D", and the flowers were created by "Wilma's Flower Shoppe".
Tiffany & Sydney's Birthday Cupcakes
Neon green & black zebra print out of fondant and then music notes with flowers for a 14th birthday party. Funky!
Barbie grew up and now she is getting married!!! I baked the Wilton "wonder pan" as well as a 12" round (2" high) ***Barbie is too tall for just the wonder mold pan! The cake was iced with butter cream icing and then I made THIN fondant ruffles. Each section was done in smaller strips of fondant ruffles so that I could easily form the dress. Then the layers of ruffles were added. Lastly I molded the bodice of the dress with fondant and added the layering effect. The flowers are wired gum paste flowers which were stuck into the cake to keep them in place, and one added into her hair. This cake took me about 3 1/2 hours to decorated.
Cupcakes and mini cupcakes in vanilla and chocolate. The cross is made of candy clay using an embossing mat. The little flowers were made of white fondant and dried over an egg carton to make the shape.
Hockey Jersey - Pittsburg
Using the Wilton T-Shirt pan with additional cake to make the sleeves longer. Frozen butter cream transfer for the number, name, symbol and logo on board. Piped in butter cream icing
Royal Canadian Air Force
This a a 9" round cake. The FBT was inspired from a RCAF WWII recruiting poster. I did the entire top of the cake as a solid frozen butter cream transfer. I made the cake for my friend who is one of 2 remaining survivors from the original 29 graduates (from the very first course) in 1940 for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
Girl Listening To Music
A 9" round cake with a FBT of a girl listening to music. Cake was covered with blue butter cream icing and then fondant stars and red bc dots were added for decoration.
A Special Birthday Cake
this cake was made to celebrate a woman's 90th Birthday!!! Covered with fondant and bc piping for accents. The bows and tag are made of gumpaste.
Frozen bc transfer - this one took awhile. Afterward I piped over the wings just to make them stand out even more.
Baby Girl Cupcakes
These little cupcakes were for a baby shower... the booties were made using a fondant mold and then the lace was piped on with white buttercream. The little babies under blankets... I tinted the fondant fleshtone and rolled out little heads and rectagles for the bodies under the blankets. Then cut out tiny little hands and used a peering knife to make the fingers. The blankets were cut using a sculpted round cookie cutter and then cut a bit off and made it look like the blanket was folded down. The baby's eyes and hair were drawn on using a brown edible marker and then I piped the "soother" using a small star tip and bc. They are soooooo cute you could just eat them up - which I guess they did!!!
I used a simple sheet cake, rounded off the edges and iced the cake in fondant. The "aps" are made of fondant where I hand drew and coloured the images using edible markers. I made this cake for my friend's son's bithday - he was getting a real one as a present (lucky kid!!!)
These cupcakes were done for a casual outdoor wedding. I made the daisies in advance using fondant and allowing it to dry. Each cupcake had a buttercream swirl. The top tier cake was covered with buttercream
I made this cake using 7" (x2) round cakes for the bottle, and 5" round for the brush handle. Each cake was cut in half and then set on it's side. I covered the cakes in fondant icing, and used duster lust with the pink to make it sparkly. I then pipes on all script using butter cream icing. I made this for my friend's daughter who was having a spa birthday party, and also made cut-out cookie hands and feet so the girls could give the nails icing pedicures and manicures.
The bride & groom wanted cookies instead of cake. I used a family recipe for sour cream cut-out cookies, and iced them with royal icing using the colour flow technique. The flowers were cut from fondant. The large cookies were placed on cardboard trays that I had covered with foil so that they could stand up for display. This picture was taken by the bride & groom after they had set them out for thier reception.
Frangipani Wedding Cake
this cake was iced with bc and then a crisp white ribbon was tied around the base of each tier. The piping work is also bc. The frangipani flowers are gumpaste that I had to order. This couple was married in Australlia and had a 2nd reception here. This was a much larger version of thier original wedding cake that they had. (replica from pictures)
Pink Apple Blossoms Cupcakes
The cupcakes were iced with buttercream icing. The (stiffened) buttercream apple blossoms I did in advance and allowed to harden so that I could set each flower ontop of cupcakes, then did the dots in the center and leaves once placed on cupcakes. The top cake was a 7" round cake, decorated in buttercream as well to cordinate with the cupcakes. I like the angle that this picture was taken since it shows the entire cake well.