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Illenium Falcon With Lights
This was a lot of fun to make! To make The millennium falcon I used white chocolate and dusted with silver luster dust and hand painted details. I added an LED strip to the back lights. Not my original design but it sure was fun to make.
The Gauntlet From Infinity Wars
All hand made and edible parts excluding the lights inside the infinity stones. Such a fun cake to make. Very challenging but fun!
Beaded Wedding Cake
This is a cake for my co-worker. The colors for the wedding were sangria and silver. The cake is a white cake with raspberry filling and almond buttercream. The bead borders are molded fondant and hand painted. The roses are gum paste.
Toy Story - Icing Smiles Cake
Bottom tier is a 10" fresh strawberry, top tier is a 6", double barrel, vanilla-almond, both filled and frosted with vanilla-almond buttercream. All cake decorations are fondant and the characters are hand modeled from Saracino Modeling Paste. This was the third year I've had the honor of making Cody's birthday cake.
Hand Painted 3D Bath Birthday Cake
All hand painted. I really enjoyed working on this one. One of my favorite so far
Flower Cookie Platter In Autumn Colours
A flower cookie platter, prepared as a congratulations gift. All of the cookies are decorated with royal icing and the vase cookies are hand-cut. I think it’s a great alternative to fresh flowers and cupcake bouquets. What do you think?
Hocus Pocus Spell-Book Cake
The spell-book from the classic Halloween movie, 'Hocus Pocus'. I created this cake with a structure so that it can be held and propped up. All details are created and hand painted by Jennifer Lopez of The Cake Mom & Co.
Gwenevere, Queen Of Camelot
top tier adorned with cake lace, pearls, dragees and hand-crafted appliqué, rest of tiers decorated with lace stenciling, hand-crafted appliqué, petal ruffles and the pièce de résistance bouquet of sugar flowers: ranunculus, roses, and inner petals of gardenias.
Beer stein cake for my husband’s birthday! The design on the stein is the House Targaryen sigil. I always like to read helpful hints about construction, so I thought I’d write out a long explanation. Thanks to SandraSmiley for her help with the lid and handle! Everything is edible except for the beer stein lid and the can (which I chose to make non-edible due to weight concerns). The lid is fondant-covered Styrofoam. The can is real. For the beer, I used the “Boiled or Poured Sugar Recipe” on this website and poured it over a sharpened wooden dowel, turning the dowel all the time, until I got an effect I liked. Then I drove the dowel through the cake into the cakeboard, and hot-glued the end of the dowel onto the can. All of the accessories are made of fondant and hand painted with food coloring. The cake board is covered with fondant, textured by hand, and painted with food coloring. The “foam” is melted marshmallows. The “sauerkraut” is coconut colored with food coloring and mixed with piping gel. I painted the cake with luster dust mixed with everclear and then dusted with charcoal petal dust, which gave it an aged pewter look. Then I steamed the cake to set the dust. For the handle and lid, I formed a C shape for the handle out of floral wire and used floral tape to attach the handle for the lid at a 90 degree angle to the C. Then I poked a hole in the lid so that I could easily insert the wire. Then I covered everything with fondant mixed with tylose. The cake was Durable Cake with peanut butter buttercream and chocolate ganache. I used five six inch rounds.