South Sea Island
This was for a friend who got engaged on a South Sea Island, the top and bands which were nonpareils were features from her dress. The cake was gluten and dairy free.
On The Catwalk
This was made for a textile designer incorporating a lot of her designs. Flexique was used to make her dress which was easy to use.
In The News
Made these for two important people in my life who both work in the media. Thought it would be fun to make something from the time they were born
Made for a couple who live and sail the area outlined which is in Southern Ireland, the house was where the venue was and of course their beloved dogs.
Rainbows And Unicorns
This was a chocolate biscuit cake carved from a large square for a little girl who loves Unicorns.
Apollo And Daphne
Delighted to have contributed to Cake Central Magazine Vol 8, Issue 1. Love doing this type of modelling which was worked in Sculpting Chocolate.
Coral Reef Baby
This was made for a couple who like to dive on the Barrier Reef to mark the arrival of their first born.
It's All In The Bag
This was a Madeira cake for someone who recently purchased a similar Michael Kors bag, I replaced the MK logo with her name. Handles and trim made with Modelling Chocolate.
Make Your Pointe
Ballet shoes made from Gumpaste and cakes were chocolate. Made for a little girl who loves Ballet.
Romantic In Lace
This is the back and front view of a cake I made some time ago, it was a replica of the dress worn by the bride and was four different cake types. Posy was Flower paste.
Galley Head Lighthouse
Made this for a friend who lived very close to this Lighthouse which is situated on the South Coast of Ireland, the Lighthouse flashed intermittently as per it's actual sequence,
Beads, Feathers And Lace Garters
Made this for a themed party, it consisted of three different cake types.
The Usual Crowd
Earlier this year The British Sugarcraft Assoc. kindly asked me to display a piece of my work on their Table of Honour in Telford. I decided to replicate (with permission) the work of the wonderful Swedish Artist Cornelia Waldersten. Every time I had her table mats on my table they seemed to invite me to make them, I just love her little characters.