Chocopeanut Bday Cake
One of three nearly identical chocolate birthday cakes I made in one week. The first was strawberry-chocolate and the third was double chocolate gnache, but they got eaten too fast for pictures.
Second "gingerbread" House Cake
Here is the slightly less colorful twin of the other "gingerbread" house cake. They were both four layers tall and mighty heavy.
Christmas "gingerbread" House Cake
One of two rather melty looking "gingerbread" house cakes. they were both half ginger cake, half chocolate, although pretty everyone ate the chocolate. My own father thought my trees were chickens though! Oh well, that's those store-bought gel decorating icings for you.
I saw the origional of this on cake central and almost died! It's a doll with a cake skirt in a grave yard. So of course I wanted to make my own. The origional I think idsholding a knife, mine has another doll's "bloody" head. A little demnted but everyone enjoyed it. I think the funnest part was breaking all of those breand new toys.
Barbie Princess Cake
This was a barbie doll stuck in a chocolate cake decorated to look like her skirt for my little sister's birthday. All of her friends were jealous.
"enachanted Escapade" Prom Cake
This is my first major cake. It took about a month (plus school, work and sleep) to complete, and came out about as well as I could have hoped- (but of course not perfect.) Planned for 500 people, each tier was three layers. The largest was chocolate, the smaller two cakes were lemon cranberry, all covered in black fondant. All of the cupcakes were vanilla. The theme was "enchanted escapade", so everything was decorated with a forest in mind.