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Monday, April 23, 2012

Hot Wheels Battle Force 5

Eli knew exactly what he wanted for his birthday, right down to the cake! That's what I like. He wanted the Hot Wheels logo with the Battle Force 5 motorcycle right under it. He was very detailed, and that made my job a lot easier. This is a white cake with vanilla buttercream icing with all details in buttercream icing. It serves about 35-40 people. Happy birthday, Eli! I hope it's exactly like you pictured it.

Handy Man

A handyman shower is a great idea for any guy or couple who is about to be married. He gets neat and useful tools and gadgets, and the bride-to-be gets free labor for life! (If he is, in fact, handy. If not, at least she can watch him pretend, right?)
This is a two layer white cake with vanilla buttercream icing. All the tools are made of Fluff. The cake serves about 40-45 people. We wish the couple many years of happiness!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Monster High Cake

I'll be the first to admit it... I had no idea what Monster High was when this cake was requested. I live a life filled with two little boys, and aside from the occasional show or two my neices mention, I really am clueless to girl shows. However, when I was researching the show, I thought the colors and designs were all so cute! They manage to make a skull and stitches adorable!

The cake is two tiers, each with two layers of white cake filled and iced with vanilla buttercream, and covered with dark charcoal Fluff. All decorations, aside from the white piping on the bottom tier, are made from Fluff. The piping is of course, vanilla buttercream. The cake serves about 40 people. Happy birthday, Sydney, and thanks for the introduction to Monster High.

Tie-Dyed Peace Sign Cake & Cupcakes

Peace signs are so popular in our area! We've had lots of requests for them, and we try to keep each cake different from the next. We've only had one other request for a tie-dye cake, so we tried a new pattern and different colors on this one. The combination of the peace sign and tie-dye made for a unique and very cute cake. The cake is two layers of cake, one of white cake and one of dark chocolate cake, filled and iced with vanilla buttercream, and covered with white Fluff. The cake was then hand-painted with the tie-dye design and topped with a white peace sign cut out of Fluff. The writing was piped with buttercream.
This special little one (she'd correct me if she knew I referred to her as "little one"), now a big eight-year-old, had some friends stay over the night before her party, and of course they needed something for that night, as well. One dozen cupcakes, a mixture of white and dark chocolate cake, were iced with lavender and yellow vanilla buttercream, and topped with sugar sparkles to mimic the tie-dye pattern on the cake.
The cake fed about 40, and of course the cupcakes fed 12. We had a ball making this cake for Maggie, and can't wait to see what design she comes up with for her next birthday. Happy 8th birthday, Maggie. Holly and Aunt Z love you very much!

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Spongebob Squarepants

Spongebob Squarepants...what else can be said! Kinley's eyes just lit up when she saw her cake. This is a vanilla cake with buttercream icing and serves about 48 people. Happy Birthday Kinley!!

Dirt Bike Tire Cake

The boys birthday party theme this year was dirt bikes. So...what do we do for the cake. We didn't feel like we had time for an elaborate cake since the week was taken up with baseball practice, a baseball game, and getting ready for all the family to come in for the weekend to also celebrate Easter after the birthday party. 
A dirt bike tire cake would do the trick.   This cake and the cupcakes are dark chocolate fudge iced with buttercream icing To make the treads we placed  marshmellows on the  sides of the cake and covered it with our "fluff" dyed black. The numbers 3 and 8 are also from our  "fluff".  This cake and 4 1/2 dozen cupcakes served  about 70 people. Happy Birthday Ian and Tucker! We love you both bunches!!!