Monday, June 25, 2012
I donated this cake as well as a future cake order to a silent auction that took place Sat June 2nd.
I chose the design based on a technique that I have been wanting to try out. I really do love the look of it, but it does take lots of time and patience.
This CRJ 900 would have had very little cake in it if I just made the cake into the plane, so my solution was to have the plane, which is rice cereal treat, flying through the cloud.
My son wanted a light sabers cake and he decided that he would be the one to design it. He drew it out on paper a month before his birthday and wanted me to copy it exactly in icing. I did my best to do his drawing justice.
Maybe one day I can hire him as my designer.
Elmo ones that I made for someone else.
here, so I used a rectangle pan instead of square and when I cut off some pieces to shape the top I added them to the bottom to lengthen it even more.
As you can tell by the date on the cake, thats how far behind I am.
So this is me catching up starting with this gender neutral baptism cake. It was so hard not to veer in the direction of pinks and blues.