Boston Red Socks Baby Shower
This cake was done for a baby shower with a Boston Red Socks theme because the baby was going to be named "Boston." Cake done in buttercream with fondant accents. Baby shoes, baseball hat and pennant done in gumpaste.
Base cake done in buttercream with fondant accents. Soccer ball done in fondant. Basketball done in pound cake and covered in fondant. Football and baseball done in rice treats and covered in fondant. Golf ball done with white chocolate.
Done in buttercream with fondant accents. Ran out of time, so the popcorn and popcorn box are both real.
This cake was done for a 40th birhtday celebration. The two pink tiers were done in buttercream with fondant accents. The middle white tier was done in all buttercream. The damask was done using a cake stencil. First time to use a stencil...I loved it. The 40 was done in gumpaste with black disco dust.
Happy Birhtday Girl Scouts
I did this cake for my daughter's Girl Scout Daisy troop for Girl Scout Week. The organization is celebrating their 98th year this year. The cake was done in buttercream with fondant accents. The Girl Scout logo was cut out of fondant as well.
This cake was done for my daughter's Christmas party at school. The cake was done in buttercream with fondant accents. The snowman, Santa and the bow are done in gumpaste.
Done for a friend's daughter for her birthday. Done in buttercream with fondant accents. Hello Kitty done in fondant.
Radiant 7Th Birthday
This was the cake I did for my daughter's 7th birthday. The colors were taken from the party decor. The bow was done in gumpaste. The cake was done in buttercream with fondant accents. The stars and letters were done with disco dust.
Another quick birthday cake for my husband's boss. He is a alumni of the University of Texas. The cake was done in buttercream. The Texas was chocolate done in a mold.
Just a quick small birhtday cake for a friend. Done in buttercream with fondant accents.
I know this is an odd one, but what kind of cake do you get to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of a liver transplant? Well, a big cake in the shape of a liver of course. This cake was covered in fondant and airbrushed. I did fondant on the board to look like surgical towels.
I did these cakesfor two little boys who were having their Lego themed birthday party together. One block for each birthday boy. Cakes done in butter cream and the pegs were covered in fondant.
For a margaritaville 30th birhtday party. Done in buttercream with fondant accents. Gumpast margarita class on top painted with airbrush colors.
Sesame Steet First Birthday
I did this cake for my nephews first birthday. The cake is done in buttercream with fondant accents. All the characters and street sign were cut out of fondant. I made a smash cake of Elmo's face to match. I was inspired for this cake by one I recently saw on here by kawaiicakecook.
Super Mario Brothers
This cake was done in buttercream with fondant accents. All the accents with the exception of the "5" are done in fondant. The "5" was done in gumpaste.
Cake I did for a little girls second birthday with a flip flop/swim theme party. The cake is done in buttercream with fondant accents. The stripes on the second tier, the zebra stripes, the polka dots and the flip flops are all done in fondant. The bow loops, the "2" and letters are done in gumpaste.
Kung Fu Panda
This is the cake I did for my nephew's Kung Fu Panda themed birthday party. The cake is done in buttercream. The panda Po is done in fondant. My poor nephew...he always get the down graded procrastinated version of my original cake designs.
This cake was done for a little girls backyard Luau themed birthday party. The cake is done in buttercream with fondant accents. The "grass skirt" was piped with buttercream with fondant flower accents. The beach umbrella, chairs and sand pail were done in gumpaste. The "sand" is brown sugar.
Count Von Count
This is the cake I did for my son's 4th birthday. He LOVES Count von Count from sesame street. This is a very editted down verson of the cake I was going to do, but he loved in none the less. The cake is done in buttercream with fondant accents. The image of Count on top is done in fondant. The bats are rings that I had a ton of and was trying to use up. The small one tiered cake was the cake I made for him for school.
This is the cake my 6 year old daughter entered in the Sugar Wonders cake show this weekend. This was her first show, and she was so excited and proud of her cake. She placed first for children 6 and under and also won best of division. So proud of her.
Cake done in buttercream with fondant accents. This cake ended in disaster for me. The top two tiers fell off into the floor of my car while delivering it. I didn't get a picture of it, but the final product would of had batman on top, but ironically I didn't want it to fall of during delivery.
Loving To Give Not To Get
This is the wedding cake I did for my DH cousin's wedding. The wedding was in Austin, so I took the cakes baked and crumb coated and decorated them in our hotel room. The cake is done in buttercream and the lettering was done in fondant. I had my issues with my buttercream with this cake, but in the end it didn't turn out too bad. All of the words/sayings were special to the bride and groom.
1St Birthday Princess
Cake done for a first birthday to match the invitations. The cakes are done in buttercream with fondant accents. The green accents on the diamonds were made using a jewel candy mold. The crown is done in gumpaste with fondant decoration.
This is the cake I entered in the special occasion/one tier cakes in the Capital Confectioners That Takes the Cake show in Austin. The cake is done in fondant. The trees and hills on the side are done in fondant. The characters were cut by hand out of gumpaste. The wind swirls were hand painted with luster dust and highlighted with light blue air brushing. The loop bow was done out of gumpaste and accented with polka dots cover with white sanding sugar. I place first for this cake.
About A Boy
This is the novelty tiered cake I ented in the Capital Confectioners That Takes the Cake show in Austin. The patterns and colors were inspired by a series of scrapbook paper. The box tops and loop bow were done in gumpaste. The cake decorations were done in fondant. The argyle stiching was piped with royal icing. I placed second.