Bride Of Frankenstein
Wonder Mold (large) cake pan, 3 marshmallow brooms stuck together with B/C then covered in fondant for head, long pretzels for arms.
Princess Peach (from Mario / Donkey Kong) for my DD's 8'th Birthday. I had to make the crown because I couldn't find one at the dollar store.
R2D2 Sinking In A Bog
For my nephew's b'day. Choc Fudge cake with Choc Fudge torte. BC grey icing and fondant accents. Base is 16" round, 1" thick styrofoam circle, covered in 'swamp green' BC. (I didn't have time to let it settle (or so I thought), hence the indents on the sides.)
Hexagon Wedding Cake With Calla Lilies
Hexagon dummies, stacked offset to each other. Handmade Calla Lilies. B/W twist rope fondant around each level. (Pardon the bottom lily. I stuck my thumb right into it just before taking the picture, and all I could think of was to tape it. I'll replace it once I have some royal icing.)
Volcano Birthday Cake
For my son's birthday. Bottom 1/2 is 10" styrofoam tapered to 8". Top 1/2 is 8" and 6" cakes (offset) carved slightly, and a small hole dug out of the top. Choc. BC, red piping gel, dinosaurs from fondant. #9 sparkler for his 9th birthday.
Tanks A Lot!
Made for a family member who is preparing to go overseas. Chocolate cake, chocolate BC, sprinkled with gold sugar. Tank made from styrofoam covered with green fondant - also sprinkled with gold sugar to represent the 'sand' blown onto it. Choc fondant balls around the bottom.
Xbox Controller Cake
Controller made with RKT then covered in fondant. Once all fondant on the cake, hit it with a steamer to make the lettering "pop".
Scooter Cake (3D)
Duff Style! - My son designed this himself, for his 9th "School Friends" b'day party. Since his real b'day is in late July, we do his School Friends party just before or just after school ends, so everyone can make it.
Coloured the red onto the cups by hand. Took longer than making and decorating the cupcakes!
Beach Themed Engagement Cake
16X16 2 tiered cake, handmade white/blue swirled shells, choc turtles in 'sand'.
Dump Truck Cake
I did this cake for my neighbour's Grandson. I had his mom give me one of his dump trucks. I wrapped the 'hydrolic arms' (made from cut dowels) in tin foil then secured them to the bottom of the truck with fondant. Covered a 30X16 board with gold cake paper (little feet on the bottom to make it easier to lift), covered that with Choc. BC and then with chocolate cookie crumbs (got from the bulk store). Then I build the cake in the bucket (chocolate cake) to a rough point (actually held quite a bit of cake), covered it with choc. BC, and then covered that with the cookie crumbs. Stuck the shovel in as a gift for Jack. On the 'ground', I build a retaining wall from candy Lego, built another small pile of 'cake dirt' inside that, then scattered candy pebbles over the whole thing. One note - make sure you either secure the front of the truck with your thumb while carrying it - or secure the truck to the board. It tipped on the way out the door, but minimal damage that was easy to repair.