Monday, February 27, 2012
When I asked what kind of cake the customer wanted for her son's birthday party, she said "Whatever, he likes, Superman, Batman, Spiderman. So, whatever you think" So, I couldn't resist doing all 3 in one cake. The Superman cake was a 1 layer cake with buttercream frosting and a plastic Superman piece on top. The Batman layer was double layered with buttercream filling and frosting. The bottom was covered with red paper and piped "web" with black frosting.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:58 PM
This was a cake made for one of my lifelong friend's 30th birthday. She absolutely adores Mackenzie Childs designs so we decided this would be the perfect cake for her. This was a chocolate cake the PB chips and sweet PB frosting. It was totally covered & decorated with fondant. Below are the Mackenzie Childs pieces I used for inspiration.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:49 PM
This was requested by one of my child's teachers for a baby shower. The Mom-to-be was decorating the nursery using inspiration from her favorite childhood stories. I chose 2 of her favorites for this cake. The cake was completely covered in fondant as were the little characters, baby and baby blanket. Lettering was piped on with buttercream frosting.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:45 PM
I am soooooo much more fond of the bottom layer than the top on this one =) This was requested for an Iron Bowl/Birthday Party for a friend of mine. The top layer was Chocolate and the bottom was Vanilla with Strawberry filling. It is frosted with Buttercream frosting and I used edible printed sugar paper for the tiger stripes and houndstooth covering. The football was piped on with buttercream.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:34 PM
This cake was a little hard to do for this Bama Girl, but I fought through it ;-) Requested by a friend for her Husband's birthday. It was a full sheet cake which he took to work @ Home Depot to share with co-workers on his big day. It was marble flavored covered with buttercream frosting and a plastic FSU football cake topper. The lettering was made from molded white chocolates.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:23 PM
A high school friend requested this cake for the Birthday Celebration of the Boys Scouts (specifically her son's Cub Scouts). It was a full sheet marble flavored cake with buttercream frosting, Cub Scouts edible image and white chocolate molded letters and symbol.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:18 PM
This was requested by a coffe lover. I obtained permission from one of his favorite coffe shops (Drowsy Poet) to put their logo on edible sugar paper to make this design. It was a Mocha cake covered in fondant and Buttercream sprinkled with cinnamon to give the appearance of whipped cream on top!
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:56 PM