Wednesday, November 14, 2012


My daughters 3rd birthday is in October, and her current obsession is Tinker Bell, 
so that's what her birthday party theme was. 
We had her party in our new backyard (since we finally just got our own house), 
and had her a bounce house. 
The bottom layer of her Tinkerbell Cake was Banana and the top layer was Red Velvet cake, 
both with Cream Cheese Butter-cream Frosting. 
All of the cake decorations were made out of fondant. 

I think this is my best one yet.... : )    

I used these pretty purple flower cupcakes liners with the cupcakes, 
and just frosted them with White Butter-cream Frosting. 
I used candy melts to design the butterfly and Initial decorations on top. 
(Picture soon to follow)...

Community Helper Cookies!

My daughters teacher asked me to do sugar cookies for Community Helpers Day at their school. 

These are Chefs hats...

 Firetrucks for Firefighters....

 An apple for Teachers.....

 These are for Doctors or Nurses....

 A police car for Policemen....

And here's the whole bunch of them....

Anniversary Cupcakes!

I had a request for Anniversary Cupcakes for my Aunt's 17th Wedding Anniversary. 
These where simply white cake with White Butter-cream frosting. 
I also made the initials and heart decorations out of candy melts. 

Beautiful Goodbye's

I was asked to do a Farewell cake for one of my daughters teachers who was moving out of state. I decided to make her a Red Velvet cake with Cream Cheese Butter-cream Frosting, covered in white fondant with black, blue and purple accents. 

This one was easy and very simple. 
Let me know what you think!

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Duck Tape Cake

I had a request for a duct tape cake, 
and I was at a complete loss. 
After researching and improvising, 
I came up with the cake below.

I used real duct tape to decorate the cake board and 
a silver edible spray to give the duck tape effect to the letters and top tier. 
 For the top tier, I cut out the cardboard center of the duct tape roll 
and put it inside the cake, 
so that it would look like an actual roll of duct tape. 

It came out better than I thought...
Hope you enjoy, and thanks for your time. 

Pink and Zebra.

I made a pink and zebra cake and cupcakes for my sister-in-law's
 birthday party a couple of weeks ago. 
The party was a blast, but it was outside, 
so my cupcakes kept melting... 
Lesson learned though,
 i'll just have to find a thicker frosting for next time...

This is another zebra cake I did shortly after.

Hope you enjoy, and let me know what you think!!!

Baby Shower Time!!!

Just want to welcome my brother's beautiful new baby Skyler!
Having a new baby is always such a precious and cherished time to enjoy.  
I made a two-tiered cake for the baby shower party, 
and threw in some cake pops to match. 

Made some with little baby footprints!! Sooo precious...

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

To The Rescue!!!

My cousin had a party for her son, and wanted to do a superhero theme for his first birthday party. I was honored to create these cake pops for the little Stud... Everything was decorated by just using candy melts and a toothpick. It was a long process, but well worth it!! 

The bunch included Captain America, Green Lantern, 
Superman, Iron Man, Batman,  The Hulk, 
And last, but not least.....Spiderman!


Its a Colorful World....

I made some cake pops for my mother-in-law's birthday party,
and she wanted all different colors, 
so I just added sprinkles. 
These were super easy and quick,
just add the sprinkles after you dip the cake pops, 
while the coating is still wet....

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?!

Yup, that's right, I made Sponge Bob cake pops!!! 
They were challenging because they require a lot of detail,
 but they came out really cute.
The decorations were mainly candy melts, using a toothpick to draw on the details. 
The nose is a yellow tick-tack. 

 And then I made the flowers on some of them using regular sprinkles...

 All together now!!!


I love Easter, especially since its the day Jesus rose...
For this day, I chose to make cute little cake pops that kids would love,
 because I was selling them at a fundraiser bake sale for my church. 
I made easter eggs, bunnies, and sheep. 

For the bunnies, I used Bunny Corn, which I found at Micheal's Craft Store....The nose is a jumbo heart sprinkle and the eyes are white circle sprinkles, and I used edible ink pens to draw on the mouth and eyes

 For the Sheep, I used mini marshmellows and cut them in half, and attached them to the cake pop using candy melts. I also used a black jellybean for the head and black chip sprinkles.
 For the chick, I used yellow chip sprinkles for the wings, orange chip sprinkles for the nose, and orange flower sprinkles for the feet. These were the easiest, besides the eggs. 
And here's the picture of the bunch.....

I hope you enjoy! There's more to come soon.....

Valentines Day

On the day for Love, I decided to make heart-shaped cake pops with different kinds of decorations. I didn't have a heart-shaped cookie cutter, so I had to shape them by hand, which was a little harder. But I think they came out quite nice, don't you? I drizzled candy melts over the cake pops after dipping them, and even used sprinkles on some of them. 

And a picture of the bunch....

Casino Party!!

I made dice cake pops for a casino party that I went to at the beginning of the year. 
They were simple red, white, and black dice and were very simple to create. 
I just shaped the cake pops into squares, dipped them in the candy melts, 
and decorated the dice with dots using a toothpick.

Like I said, extremely easy and simple, with very cute results.

Please Comment!!