I have done these before and just loved them.
Dinosuar Sugar Cookies. In bright colours. Yummy
Perfect for a 4 year old’s birthday party.
This young client of mine is mad about all things french, so between her Mum and I we came up with this simple design.
The cake was a dark chocolate cake with my favourite Chocolate Fudge Frosting.
It was absolutely divine (or so I was told!).
Decor was relatively simple in her favourite colours, with the Eiffel Tower, her initial and some scalloping.
When I first got the enquiry for this cake, I wondered about the Turquoise Calla Lillies.
But wow, it looked simply phenomenal.
Cake itself was Black Forest. Covered in with sugarpaste with fabric draping and Turqoise Calla Lillies.
I really loved how this turned out – and so did the Bride & Groom!
One of my favourite clients ordered this cake – for her husband!
Her children decide every year what cake their dad should have, and this year it happened to be a Smurf Cake. Their reasoning behind this was that their dad was just like Papa Smurf! How cute?
So we decided to go with the Smurf House, instead of a traditional cake topped with smurfs.
And I just LOVE the outcome. Isn’t it gorgeous? Cake is Vanilla with Cream Caramel filling.
This was a ‘mini’ cake for a cute little girl’s 1st Birthday Cake.
She (or maybe her mamma!?) is Hello Kitty crazy, so this is what we went with. Simple, but cute.
Cake was chocolate, with choc fudge frosting. Yum Yum
Love creating Christening/Baptism cakes. Love love love.
This one was no different. Made for a friend who has the most adorable munchkin ever.
This one was red velvet with cream cheese frosting. Yummy.
Simple cross sugar cookies accompanied the order. Simple, but elegant.
Ah, what a fun cake this was.
My brief was for a ‘different’ cake for their father/grandfather. She then decided that she would like each grandchild represented on the cake – which is what I did. I modelled 3 grandchildren and a grandfather. Cute huh?
Cake is dark chocolate with Choc Fudge Frosting (seriously the best frosting you will ever taste, trust me).
There are so many Barbie Cakes out there – but to design a rectangular Barbie Cake is not so easy.
For this cake I decided to think ‘out the box’ and instead of doing the traditional Barbie, I made a cameo of her out of sugarpaste, and adorned her with pearls and hair accessories.
My client was absolutely delighted – I wish I’d had a camera on hand to capture the moment
I have never designed a ‘zebra print’ cake before, and had great fun doing this one.
Cake was Vanilla Caramel (my most popular cake flavour) – vanilla cake with a cream caramel filling.
I simply covered the cake in sugarpaste, and made a high heel shoe to go on top.
Quite a zhoozsh cake for a 14 year old don’t you think?
Apparently she loved it so much she wouldn’t let anyone cut it!
A good friend of mine from Jhb was coming down to the Eastern Cape during the hols, and it was also going to be her youngest’s 13th Birthday. So she took the opportunity to order a cake from me (distance is always a problem!)
She wanted something girly, but funky without being too frilly.
This is what I created. Vanilla with caramel cream filling.
Simply covered in bright pink sugarpaste, dots, a crazy crazy bow and a silver no 13.
I really loved creating this – i think maybe because it was for a special friend?