Wednesday, March 20, 2013
This buttercream sheet cake was topped with buttercream palm trees, rocks, plants, sugar sand, piping gel water, and a chocolate sign and treasure chest. Izzy (in the Pirate Princess outfit) and Scully (the parrot) from "Jake and the Neverland Pirates" were hand drawn with edible markers on fondant and added to the top of the cake.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
All cupcake toppers were molded out of fondant and the black pieces painted with edible glaze. 3D shoes and purses were cut out of fondant and molded. Details were added with gold luster dust and edible markers.
Monday, March 18, 2013
This purse shaped cake was created by sculpting the cake underneath and adding coral colored fondant. The leather details were molded from fondant with stitching details. The logo, zipper and metal rings were painted with edible gold luster. The logos were made using a homemade mold for gum paste.
Sunday, March 17, 2013
This 2 tier fondant cake was topped with a teddy bear shaped out of rice cereal treats and covered with chocolate buttercream fur. Buttons and clothes were added to the base cake with bright colored fondant .
Monday, March 11, 2013
This fun cake was made starting with a square cake tier at the bottom which was covered in fondant and decorated like a present. The box was topped with arms and a neck formed in rice cereal treats. The second cake tier was carved into a round shape and added on top of the cereal treats. Elmo's head, chest and arms were then covered in red buttercream fur, which was piped on by hand. His eyes, nose and mouth were all created in fondant and added to his furry red face. The sign was cut from fondant and the lettering piped on with white buttercream.
Friday, March 8, 2013
These cupcakes and cookies were for a girl's birthday party at an ice skating rink. Cupcakes were topped with fondant snowflakes which were covered with buttercream detailing and edible glitter. Sugar cookies were covered in an icing glaze and sparkling sugar.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
This 3 tier buttercream wedding cake was actually a 4 tier cake in disguise. The square bottom tier was a double cake (6 layers of cake and 5 layers of filling) with a shorter middle tier. The open peony flower was molded in gumpaste and painted with petal dust in a silvery gray. It looked so elegant in this industrial loft reception space with the rustic wood backdrop.