New York Landmark Cake
A cake for a New York lover turning 50. It is based on the beautiful London landmark cake by Rachelle's, but I added more landmarks and more color by request. Each piece is handcut from gumpaste, then the landmark is drawn on with non-toxic pen. Customer was advised to remove landmarks before eating.
A superhero cake for a four year old. I used Evil Cake Genius stencils for the skyline and the 'BAM' 'POW' and 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY' cut outs. The top tier is decorated with superhero edible images, with some characters cut out and mounted on fondant so they appear to be flying out of the pages of a comic book. At least that was my plan. The 3D characters are obviously toys.
Based on Lizzo Marek's Sugar Geek Show tutorial, this cake has plaid inside and out. The top tier uses a bark impression mat, and the bottom tier plaid is formed using squares of black, red and burgundy.
Call Of Duty Black Ops Iii Cake
Call of Duty cake for an 11 year old. The Call of Duty letters and skull were cut from the fondant, the Black Ops letters were cut from a sugar sheet using the Silhouette Cameo. I used a mold for the bullets, but the hand grenades were handmade, along with the barbed wire.
Dinosaur/t-Rex Crate Cake
I wanted the dino to look like he was bursting out of the crate! Super-fun to make. The dino's head is carved from styro, then covered in fondant.
I used Not Just Cakes by Annie's hexagon and pentagon cutters that fit SO perfectly on the Wilton 6" ball cake! The soccer ball tier had a firework candle hidden inside. The top hexagon was removable, and that exposed the taper paper inside. So fun! Inspired by Pink Cake Box
My Little Pony Chibi Cakes
I adapted Avalon Cakes CakeMade Chibi tutorial to make these two POP!-inspired ponies. The heads and hair of both are cake. I used a combination of Massa Ticino fondant and modeling chocolate to cover them. Each head served 35 guests.
Magic Magician Cake
A cake for Jace's magician party. 8" 7" and 6" tiers, with various tapers and carving. Based on a beautiful design by Bellina's.
Batman Bobblehead Chibi Cake
A Batman bobble head cake based on the tutorial by Avalon Cakes CakeMade tutorial. Highly recommended!
Cupcake Topsy Turvy Cake
A 1st birthday cake for Reya who is called 'Cuppicake' by her parents. That's Reya on top!
Cake Masters Magazine Feature Punk Cake
Thrilled to be asked to take part in Cake Masters Magazine Fashion Through The Decades feature! My cake is a tribute to the 70s and, being an English girl, that meant punk! But punk is also about being anti-establishment, so while I wanted to include the iconic fashion elements from the decade - tartan, zips, studs, leather, fishnets, chains and pins - I also wanted to make a traditional 'pretty' tiered cake, so I topped it off with a wafer paper flower. But the paper is printed with images and slogans from punk albums of the era!
A toolbox cake for the owner of a truck repair shop. He loves this brand in this shade of green! The WD-40 can (or in this case, TW-40 for his initials and age) has a candle inside. He just removed the cap to light the wick.
Olaf Snowglobe Frozen Cake
Frozen cake with fondant Olaf in a plastic snowglobe. The garland on the front of the cake is actually around an isomalt 'ice' disc, but it doesn't show up very well! The icicles are pulled isomalt.
Mickey's Clubhouse Cake
Probably the least 'me' cake I've ever made. Totally designed by my customer, right down to the position and color of each balloon. The 2D/3D characters were inspired by Peggy Does Cake's Lion King Cake and fabulous characters on a cake by Strawberry Lane.
Ruffle Ruffle Mini Cake
A 3" and 2" mini cake decorated with Sharon Wee's ruffle ruffles, and 'gravity defying' doves. The cake was part of an April Fool's Day collaboration - mini cakes photographed to look like big ones!
Free Quilted Board Tutorial
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2014/05/how-to-make-a-cake-board/ Cake decorated with gumpaste roses, leaves and berries.
Candy And Ice Cream Cake
All candy and lollipops are fondant, ice cream is RKT dipped in candy melts. The lollipops are dipped in a 50/50 mixture of corn syrup and vodka which dries to a dry shiny finish overnight.
Apron Kitchen Tea Bridal Shower Cake
A 'kitchen tea' bridal shower cake with a retro apron theme. The utensils are real - a keepsake for the bride. The gingham is an edible image. The apron design is a replica of a real apron by Dotty's Diner on Etsy.
Toy Story Burst!
Buzz and Woody toys burst out of Ethan's birthday cake. Original design by Little Cherry Cake Company. Thank you!
Go Kart Cake
A cake for a birthday boy having a go-karting party. Everything modeled from fondant except the edible image flags. Dental floss holds up the bunting.
Movie Popcorn Cake
A double barrel popcorn bucket for a little girl celebrating her TV acting debut. The popcorn is real (having once spent all day making it from fondant, I vowed never again). The clapperboard is fondant covered with an edible image and written on in non-toxic chalk. I put little lights in the cake, so Maddy could see her name in lights. I also added a couple of sparklers for good measure.