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Showing posts from July, 2011

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh's body is a vanilla butter cake covered and filled with vanilla buttercream.  While his head  is made purely of  rice crispies treats covered with vanilla buttercream.  It is over 1 ft. tall and 1 ft wide.  This is a surprise birthday cake for a Pooh bear fan's sweet 16.  To avoid melting Winnie the Pooh was comfortably placed in a tall cake box as he makes his way home to his owner in Tofeild.  For now Pooh bear is hiding out in a neighbour's freezer anticipating the moment when he meets the birthday girl.  Bye Pooh Bear its been fun and nerve racking making you and I hope your birthday girl and her guests loves you! Happy viewing and please leave a comment. Sad to see you go pooh bear.. "If ever there is a day that we can't be together keep me in your heart, I'll stay there 4ver.." -Winnie the Pooh.

Have a Cupcake Break

Cannot decide between vanilla or chocolate have both.. Marble Cupcake topped with vanilla buttercream and drizzled  with melted chocolate. Have something healthy that is filled with carrots, apples, raisins, and pecan nuts. Carrot cupcake topped with cream cheese frosting.

Disney Princesses

This cake is half vanilla butter cake and half coffee chiffon cake.  6 different colours in total!  I filled the coffee cake with coffee buttercream and the rest is filled with vanilla buttercream.  Its a little frustrating to draw the three princesses because the image is so small and the star tip is too large for minute details like the hands and the face.  I used flesh colored fondant as base then I outlined the characters using a pointy gumpaste tool.  I used edible black markers to draw in the eyes, nose, face and red edible marker to draw in the lips. Happy Birthday Caicey hope you enjoy your birthday party. Please leave a comment and happy viewing. Princess Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White Princess Close up

Sleeping Baby Cake and Cupcakes

This marble cake and cupcake is for a baby's Christening today.  Everything in this cake is edible except for the cake board of course.  The head of the baby is made out of cereal treats covered in fondant.  The blanket is fondant as well.  Its frosted with vanilla buttercream.  The cupcakes are also frosted with vanilla buttercream and the baby and blanket is made with fondant.    Its alot of fun making them and I hope they love it.  Please leave a comment.  Happy Viewing! Congratulations Ella! Shhhhhhh!!!  Baby is sleeping Back View with flowery cap Sweet Dreams you two.  Dream of angels and clouds. Handcrafted fondant babies. Do not disturb

Ella has a little lamb... Its fleece is white as snow.

Happy smiley face -  This is my favourite I changed the nose. Went with this pouty blushing lamb The back of the lamb This is a 6" round marble cake decorated in vanilla buttercream.  I usually cut the dome of the cake but this time I kept it.  Giving me a rounded top for the head of the lamb.  I pipped little rosettes for the lambs fleece.  The final touch is the lambs face.  I changed the lambs facial expression several times and finally I decided on the pouty look. Happy viewing and please leave a comment.

Happy Birthday Uncle Ferric!

My brother Ferric loves to travel.  I remember when we were little he got lost at SM Makati in the Philippines. Our parents went crazy looking for him.   He got out of our backyard in Marikina because he wanted to go exploring on his own.  Luckily a neighbour recognized him and brought him back home.  Yes, as a child he already been bitten by the travel bug.  For his birthday I made him coconut chiffon cake filled and frosted with coconut buttercream.  Palm trees and sandy beaches represents the sandy beaches he has been in his travel. My brother Ferric From left to right:  Charisma, Jayla, Bronze, and my mom Carol.  All the kids taking their turn blowing the candle. Charisma helping Uncle Ferric

Happy Canada Day - Ohh Canada Breakfast

Crack egg in the cut-out and fry until its firm. Eggs in Ameritte (French Toast) Basket I never knew people eat eggs this way until I saw the movie "V for Vendetta".  The hero "V" served eggs in the basket for Natalie Portman's character Evey Hammond after saving her from the secret police.  I don't know the origin of eggie in the basket.  I assumed its British since "V for Vendetta" is set in London, England.  French toast known as "Ameritte" in France is of French origin.   Normally eggs in a basket is made with just plain buttered toast I changed it up and combined something French and something British together.  Canada's French and British history prompted me to make Eggie in ameritte Basket uniting two Canadian origin in one dish.  Thanks for viewing and please leave a comment. Makes 4 toasts For Ameritte: 2 eggs 1/4 cup milk 1 tablespoon sugar 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 4 texas toast For Eggie in the Basket: