Edible Images on Cake Central
This is my contribution to the I Guerrieri Collaboration to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. She is a portrait of a beautiful lady who just completed her third set of treatments for cancer. As of April of last year, she was pronounced cancer free. My sculpture is made of Rice Krispy Treats and modeling chocolate, fondant, gum paste, wafer paper, sugar pearls and edible colors.
My tiger is an 8" x 10" painting on fondant with powdered, edible colors mixed with vodka. He was my contribution to the Incredible India collaboration.
Edible moss and butter cream and I'm curious how you like it. Drine is suitable "Red Velvet Cake"
Going Away Party Cake
Moving themed 3D cake to resemble moving boxes. Fondant covered and all decorations created using fondant, gumpaste and edible images.
6" vanilla cake and 8" lemon cake, both with vanilla buttercream filling. Cakes are covered and decorated with fondant. I love making under the sea cakes because I get to put in so many little details! Everything is edible!
Bling Wedding Cake
This is not one of my own designs and I wish I knew who originally make it so that I could credit them for such a beautiful design. I've made this wedding cake a few times now but still love it. The "bling" section isn't edible but is made on a separate plaque that can be easily removed before serving.
Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas. Eyebrows are built with fondant rolls and the mouth is carved and painted with edible paint
Geisha Hello Kitty Cake
Hello Kitty is completely edible. Head is made of Rice Krispies and body is the cake.
Living Coral Wedding Cake
A fun tropical-themed Living Coral wedding cake with bold sugar flowers, edible sea-shell bas-relief and a cool blue color palette.
7 inch chocolate mud cakes with buttercream and edible gold leaf. Topper supplied by client.
Chocolate ornaments with edible lace decorations. Ball is made from colored white chocolate that's melted and molded. The ball is then brushed with edible sparkly dust, and then coated with an edible shellac. Lace the new Evil Cake Genius brand that can be cooked in the microwave instead of the oven. So much fun to make. I see all the flaws in them, but for a first effort, I'm really pleased with how they came out.