Candied Beast


I threw a Christmas themed Halloween party this year (weird, I know). This candied beast was the centerpiece of our traditional Christmas dinner spread.


The cake itself was cherry-flavored with vanilla buttercream. Decorations were done using fondant, modeling chocolate for the bone, and pineapple rings and maraschino cherries for the garnish.

And a bonus picture of me in my Sally costume:


The Luggage

The Luggage is a character from Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. It’s a treasure chest with legs that follows its owner around on his adventures. If an enemy tries to open the Luggage, they see a scary mouth and get eaten. But the owner and his friends can access his belongings.

This luggage is filled with vanilla cake, lavender buttercream, and chocolate ganache.

Blue and Silver Wedding

I made another wedding cake.

The couple sketched the cake themselves and I executed it.

Here was the sketch. When we spoke in person, we changed up some of the colors and reordered their initials (the bride comes first).

And here’s the cake!

It was a vanilla cake with vanilla Swiss Meringue Buttercream frosting and Sugar Plum jam filling.

Fabio Trump

For a Romantic Evening

This cake was made for a friend’s “Trashy Romance Novel” themed birthday party. A month before hand she jokingly asked that I put Trump’s face on her cake. And so I had to deliver. To make it a little more thematically appropriate, I also decided to give him fabulous Fabio hair. My only complaint was that I didn’t get him orange enough. Continue reading “Fabio Trump”

The Wedding Cake

My first wedding cake

This was made for my boyfriend’s sister after her cake baker backed out last minute. I had never made a wedding cake before, but thought it would be a lot of fun. The experience making this cake is why I’m still baking cakes today and hope to make more wedding cakes soon.

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