This was for my daughter's 5th birthday. The design was based on one of those really big mylar ballons which we had at the party! LOL Iced in all BC with edible images and lots of clear gold pixie dust.
Princess Crown Cookies
These wer for my daughter's 5th b-day. Decorated with royal icing and pink and silver dragees.
Frog Cupcake Cake
I totally got this idea from sweettease.blogspot.com. I don't know if she is a member here at CC, but she has some cool stuff! If anyone knows, I would love to know if she is here.
This was a cake iced in BC (a light lime color) and BC roses. The hydrangeas were made out of gumpaste and dusted with periwinklle and apple green petal dusts.
This was for my friend--any cake she wants has to be yellow basketweave. LOL She wanted spring colors, so that is what she got. :)
This was for my best friend's daughter. This was my first whimsy in all BC--I prefer doing them in fondant--MUCH cleaner look! (Of course if I wasn't rushing, it probably would have looked cleaner... Hee Hee). I made these funky ribbon rose type things out of BC--I though those were cool. The topper was silver dragee hearts attached to wire, then the hearts dipped in various pixie dusts.
This cake was an end of the year celebration cake for my Tastefully Simple team that I am on. Iced in BC with fondant star accents painted with silver and gold pixie dust.
Pansy B-Day Slice
This was for a woman who did not want a lot of cake and her daughter, my friend, wanted it to be "cool" so how about a slice? LOL All BC with pixie dust.
My friend asked for a cake for her daughter's friend who they call "Cheeky Monkey." So I got the great idea of a monkey pic from my daughter's shirt the we bought at The Children's Place! LOL Iced in BC with a BC transfer. And lots of pixie dust. :)
Mickey And Minnie
Mickey and Minnie cookies for a little boy who does not like cake. Decorated with royal icing.
This was for one of my friend's husband. It was to celebrate his one-year anniversary of being cancer free. I was so glad to make it!! BC basket weave and BC leaves and acorns.
Little Mermaid Birthday
This was for one of my daughter's friends. She wanted a Little Mermaid cake, but specifically asked for Ursula. Hee Hee. Iced in BC, edible imgae plaques, ground up graham crackers for sand and lots of pixie dust (too bad it just does not show up well in pics).
Funky Cupcake Birthday
This was for a pre-teen girl who wanted cupcakes instead of a cake. She also wanted funky colors. So I used Americolors electric colors and swirled a couple of different colors together. Topped them with Royal icing flowers and a ton of clear gold pixie dust.
I think this cake is so cute and I was so glad mom let me do it in fondant! Design is based on the invitation.
This was my second opportunity to do another mitt. Getting better--just wish I had a reason to do another. :) Cake iced in BC with BC accents, fondant bat and mitt cake covered and decorated with fondant.
Yes, this is a wedding cake! They wanted a cake that represented football, basketball and softball. It is all fondant covered. This was the first time I made a mitt and used the great instructions from Earlene Moore in a past issue of ACD. Not perfect, but nott too bad. :)
This was for a friend's daughter's Baptism. Made with the small book pan. Cake is iced in BC and fondant top pages ans accents.
Thank You Teacher
I'm a bit behind on all my pics! This was a thank you cake for all the teachers at a local school. It is a 2-layer 11 x 15 sheet cake.
For my niece's 2nd b-day. Bottom tier is a chocolate 10" square with the corners cut out to fit the towers which are yellow cake baked in soup cans and the top tier is a strawberry 6" square. All of those were iced in BC and then I used a cobblestone impression mat. The smaller towers are paper tubes covered in fondant and the cones are covered in heart cut-outs layered. Fondant accents were used around the top edges of each tier and an edible image plaque for the banner. And lots of pixie dust!
My Sister's Wedding Cake
This was the wedding cake for my sister's wedding--finally DONE! Four tiers (12/10/8/6): bottom tier was WASC with raspberry whipped cream fill, 10" was chocolate with BC fill, 8" was strawberry with BC fill and top was vanilla with BC fill. The hydrangeas and roses are gum paste (thanks to ShirleyW for the help!). Again my hubby (and the best man) helped me get the cake set up--even arranging the hydrangeas.
This was for my BIL (he married my sis this weekend). The bottom tier is a 8" square--my killer chocolate cake; and the top tier is a 6" yellow cake. Both tiers are filled with whipped ganache and iced in chocolate BC and drizzled with ganache. My husband did the set up of the cake with the strawberries and truffles (let's just say I had more truffles to put on that some how did not make it to the cake...LOL). I was very thankful for all his help!