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Gingerbread House 2018
George Lord Little House - Kennebunk, Maine Was made by my fiancee and I last year, took about 100 hours to make, was about 60 separate pieces, and had 34 windows. Complete with double mansard roof and architecturally accurate features. Our third shot at an annual gingerbread house, we think it was a great success!
Christmas Cake 'home For Christmas'
Our Christmas Cake 2019. Home for Christmas. All fruit cake. I usually try to keep them as simple as possible but as you perfect the details well its not so simple. I’m still waiting for our tree and decorations to go up as I usually take pics of my cake with a Christmassy background. So for now I only have this. I also filmed the whole process in a short video. Hope you like it. Thank you x
Steak And Salad
I made this birthday cake for my husband and his brother. The lettuce is wafer paper with cookie croutons and I hand painted the steak.
Created for the Gothic Art Collaboration, my goth fairy is made of modeling chocolate on a wire armature, dress and hair are fondant, wings are gelatin and cake lace, the skull is modeling chocolate over styrofoam and the flowers are gum paste. The piece is 16 inches tall.
My good friend, Gail Dinkel, gave me her shoe kit and this is my first attempt at a high heel shoe.
Pretty Baby Shoe Cake
Very pretty 2-tier baby shoe cake design. Perfect for so many different baby/child occasions. Checkout my video tutorial demonstrating how I decorated the cake and made the shoes.
Elderflower-Lemon Cake With Magolia
Elderflower-lemon cake, filled with lemon curd and frosted with white chocolate Swiss meringue buttercream. This is my birthday cake....or an excuse to make cake anyway!
First Fault Line Cake
I made this for my daughter’s birthday and we both wanted me to try a fault line cake. Hope you enjoy.
Marie Antoinette - The Royal - An International Cake Challenge
"MARIE ANTOINETTE" My Piece: My Cookie represents a moment of Maria Antoinette in her living room enjoying the Cupcakes prepared by her Royal Baker Sebastien. I made two cookies, being one the background representing a “Chinoiserie” Screen with some outdoors night scenery, and a second cookie representing Marie Antoinette on her couch comfortable sited and surrounded by elements to compose the scenery. My piece is 100% piped with coloured royal icing, using my own techniques and style on dimensional piping.