Friday, April 30, 2010

Cakes cakes cakes!

I guess one of the reasons I havent had much of a chance to blog is that I've been so busy making cakes for friends! I've been able to get lots of great experience in, but it doesnt leave much time for anything else!

I thought I'd share some of the fun stuff I've been up to.

This was a fun little set up for a 1 year old birthday. I finally discovered the magic of the glue gun, which was just wonderful for putting pretty ribbon on my cake stand!






A friend's son turned 3 and he requested a 'cat in the hat' cake. I was very happy with this tall hat cake, and modelled 'thing 1' and 'thing 2'. I even had alternating layers of vanilla/red velvet cake inside to match the fondant, which apparently went down very well. The birthday boy stuck to eating the characters!














I had my first try at a flower pot cake, this was really fun to do, I added some cake crumbs for soil.





Another set up I was quite proud of was this spiderman party. I hand modelled spidey and popped him on a fondant spider web. It was accompanied with some cupcakes topped with spidey themed toppers!

There have been lots more but I wouldnt want to bore you, feel free to click on my flickr page for more, and to keep up with how I'm doing with my cakes, you can 'like' me on facebook at www.facebook.com/jennywennycakes

5 comments:

Kristi said...

I LOVE the flowerpot cake..great job! What did you do for the cakeboard? The look is perfect =o)

Jennywenny said...

Thanks! I use the cardboard rounds and cover them with vinyl (some people call it sticky backed plastic!). I often add a tape around the edge to clean it up a little!

Leanne said...

That flower pot cake is beautiful! It's all so impressive..

The Cilantropist said...

All of these look AMAZING! I especially like the flowerpot cake and the idea for crumbled cake as soil. :) Did you make the little cupcake toppers yourself? So cute!

faithy, the baker said...

Gorgeous all of them! I esp. love the Dr. Seuss one! The colors are amazing!