I made a Wizard of Oz cake for my friend's daughter's 3rd birthday. The sides of the cake are a blue and white gingham for Dorothy's dress, while the top of the cake has the ruby red slippers on the yellow brick road rolling over a hill to get to the Emerald City. The legs of one of the witches sticks out from the beginning of the cake. The cake itself is a plain cake with buttercream frosting, fondant, and gumpaste slippers, "witch's legs", and Emerald City.
Sunday, November 18, 2007
Saturday, November 3, 2007
This is a birthday cake I made for a good friend's son's second birthday. He's really into Elmo and Sesame Street, so this cake is supposed to replicate the "stoop" on Sesame Street with Elmo sitting on the steps. It's a pound cake with buttercream icing. Elmo, the doors, steps, and exterior around the door are all marshmallow fondant. Also, on the back I added the Boston Red Sox logo because his mom is a big, big fan.
Saturday, October 27, 2007
A friend requested a Spiderman Transformers cake for his little girl. The cake was a made-from-scratch yellow cake with pineapple filling. All of the cake is buttercream and spiderman was made using frozen buttercream transfer. Also on the cake are three transformers logos made using frozen buttercream transfer as well.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
This was a birthday cake for a Redskins fan. It's two chocolate 10 inch cakes covered with buttercream icing. The redskins logo was created via buttercream transfer and the two footballs are made of marshmallow fondant. "Happy Birthday" was later added on top of the cake.