Monday, June 9, 2014

Railroad themed cookies



Elmo and Cookie Monster Cookies


Buttercream Monogram Wedding Cake



Tea Party Cookies

I made these pretty cookies for the mother's day tea at church. I wasn't able to attend but they were a door prize for some of the guests so I was asked to package them up pretty!

X-Ray Graduation cake



I made this cake a few weeks back for someone graduating from xray school! I learned a lot about all the many bones in our hands ;) This was triple chocolate and covered with buttercream and fondant. 

Tea Party Cake

I love how this tea party cake turned out! I was given free reign to design a cake for a 4th birthday tea party (from an amazing customer ;) )and came up with this design. I made the tea pot out of rice krispy treats and fondant and everything else was buttercream with fondant details. I must say this is one of my favorite girly cakes so far.


Monday, April 28, 2014

Customized Polymer Clay Cake Topper





I made these cute little Wufs for a groom's cake. The groom's mom ordered them for her son who graduated from NC State and sent me pictures of the bride's dress. These are non edible and are great presents since they can be kept after the cake is already eaten :) 

Monogram Wedding Cake










A few weeks ago I made this wedding cake for a sweet bride and her husband. The pictures I took turned out kind of dark since the lighting was not great...I think this girl needs a new camera ;) The cake was much prettier in person! I love how it turned out and the wedding was at the beautiful Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill. It was a gorgeous venue! Every other tier was triple chocolate and white almond with raspberry filling. 

Easter Egg Cookies




Some sweet ladies from my church asked me to make these cookies for the ladies in their bible study. Here they are all packaged up as a sweet surprise. I hope they liked them!

Beach Wedding cake and cupcakes



I recently made this cookies and small cake for a beach wedding. I love how the adirondack chairs turned out. To make them, I found a pattern (google) to make real ardirondack chairs and scaled it down to be "cake size". It was a little confusing figuring out how to put the chairs together, but I eventually figured them out. It was fun using gumpaste to make a wood working project ;) The cake was a small 6" round cake and the bride and groom cut into that and had the cookies for their guests. I couldn't find a starfish cookies cutter so I made it. You can check out how I make my cookie cutters here !