A Girl And Her Dog
Figures in MMF and gumpaste. Attempted to resemble the great Lorraine Mckay's work. She loves starbucks frappucino too.
Space Rocket Ship Cake With Astronaut
Made in a football pan, covered in fondant. I wished I had covered my board in something else. The foil really took away from the cake I think. Lesson learned.
Panettone Mold Monogram Cupcakes
WASC in the smallest size of Panettone mold (I think it's called size P60). I had to bake these at 350 instead of 325 to keep them from falling. These are about twice the size of regular cupcakes. Toppers are fondant discs. Iced with tip 124, (petal tip) fat side of the tip to the outside of the cupcake and then wiggle back and forth from the center to the outside edge. Put blue and white icing in the bag for the varigated effect.
Cowboy 1St Birthday
Mady for my son's 1st birthday. 8 inch and 6 inch, chocolate with oreo filling. This cake was an experiment in so many ways. I learned a ton on it.
Smash Horse Cake
Smash cake in buttercream with MMF accent pieces for my son's first birthday. This was so fun, for me and for the little cowboy.
Birthday Baseball Cookies
Made for my brother on his 39th birthday. He is now a little league coach, but his team when he was playing in little league (oh so long ago) was Counts VW. I loved cheering him on. These are NFSC and Antonia74 RI. I have not perfected cutting out cookies freehand. I didn't have cutters for the bats or jerseys and the cookie edges looked pretty ragged.
St Patrick's Day Cookies
My brother's Birthday is on St. Patrick's Day and I mailed these out to him in San Diego. He loved them, especially "Kiss Me, I'm Drew". NFSC and Antonia74 RI. Letters with MMF through the extruder.
Bob The Builder And Wendy
These were made for a church building campaign dinner for the children. They were a big hit. MMF toppers.
For Mother's Day
Simple 8 inch chocolate WASC with cookies and cream filling for mother's day. I had fun with the extruder!
I really wanted to post this cake under disasters. It was my last attempt at working with MMF figures. My next try combined MMF and gumpaste, which is far better. MMF alone is just too heavy to stand up. DK is on the top with a flower pot and snap dragon thing.
I duplicated this design from another baker on CC and from aine2's monkey tutorial. MMF toppers. These were made for a party for an inner city outreach to children. They rarely get treats and they LOVED these. Thank you everyone for your inspiration!
Wedding Cake Cookie With Monogram
Test cookie for a wedding for an employee of my husband. NFSC covered with MMF, painted with super pearl luster dust.
Graduation Boy With Diploma
MMF and Gumpaste graduation boy made to resemble the actual graduate. His tassel fell off in transit, but they still loved this cake. A fighter jet was on the top of this 3 tier cake. He graduated from high school and is going straight into the Air Force. I struggle with getting all the pieces to stay adhered to one another. A foot or a hand would keep falling off. Thanks to all who post pics for the inspiration here!
These were sent to my daughter who is away at college. NFSC with Antonia74 RI. Her friends on her hall loved them.
For An Army Medic
These were for baking gals dot com sent to Iraq for an Army Medic. NFSC with Antonia74 RI.
Cookie Tree For Local Lighting Store
Assorted lamps, lanterns, lampposts, chandeliers, pendant rail lighting and monogram cookies for a local lighting store from the electrician who gets many referrals from them (my DH:)) MMF covered cookies with RI piped on. It was good practice for me.
L Is For Lisa
Cookies made for my SIL's birthday, really just practicing. MMF, luster dust, royal icing.
Kitty Cat Cake In Fondant
This was my first layer cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday. Chocolate Cake with buttercream. Pink MMF and the cat is made from uncolored MMF. Eyes are green MMF. The tail is my favorite part. My artistry needs practice, but she was thrilled with it.
More Blue And White Christmas Cookies
These were some of the gifts for friends and family this year. I am hoping they create enough buzz to get a little side business going. Thanks CC for all of the inspiration!