Thursday, February 28, 2013

Graphic Elephant Cake

This cake was for a girl turning 18. She loves elephants! I wanted this cake to look sophisticated and graphic. I sculpted the elephant topper and he is completely edible!

Monster truck cake

This cake was for a friend from high school! It was fun to see her after all this time and catch up. The theme was blue, orange, and red monster truck. The monster truck and wheels are made of rice krispie treats, yum!

Goofy Cake

The little boy who requested this cake wanted Goofy and pickles on his cake! HaHaHa! Kids! Edible "pickles" are in Goofy's lap. I tried to stay true to Goofy's colors on this cake. I also sculpted the Goofy topper and he was completely edible!

Princess rose cake

Frosting roses for a pink, silver, and damask princess party. The small cake is the smash cake. 

Surfs up!

It was fun to do this surf board cake in February! It made me excited for summer to come! The smaller matching surf board cake next to the large surf board cake is a smash cake for him since he was turning one. His mom wanted to have a vintage looking surfboard so I tried to recreate that look for her.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Utah Raptor Cake

This little boy requested a Utah Raptor cake. He loves this dinosaur, especially the toe claw. I made the dinosaur look like he was climbing up the volcano so he would be able to stand upright. I also wanted to make the base whimsical and modern. Notice how good these pictures look compared to most of my other pictures (I really need a nice camera :)) This little boy's mom is a photographer and blogger. Check out her site!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Grey and yellow

This cake was for a cute 21 year old girl. I love making graphic girly cakes like this!

Princess Carriage

This princess cake was for a dear friend from high school! Her little girl was having a princess party. Ashlii put together the cutest party for all the little girls.

shimmering Frosting Roses

Smash cake for a one year old's photo shoot!

Curious George

A bright, fun curious George birthday cake!

Little Mermaid

This cake was for my sweet little nieces' birthday. She turned three and requested a pink and purple Ariel cake. So this is what I came up with to fit that criteria. I wanted it to be very girly and more artistic looking than the standard under the sea cake since she wanted the pink and purple colors. This cake is actually special because it marks the exact one year mark of  when I first started doing cakes. The first real fondant cake I ever made was for her 2nd birthday and I haven't stopped ever since!