Thank you for being patient with us, you're at the right place now.:) We haven't posted in a while because we had met our capacity and have been so busy with cakes that we have not been able to get the new blog running. A big "THANK YOU" to Tabitha for working on this blog for us! If you enjoy this blog leave us a comment and let us know, we love feed back!
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Pumpkin made of pumpkin spice cake filled with cream cheese, pumpkin top made of cinnamon roll cake both covered in buttercream and fondant. Elmo's head is made of Rice Krispy Treats and the body is cinnamon roll cake and covered in buttercream. Leaves are made of fondant and hand painted. Eyes and nose, Rice Krispy Treats covered in buttercream and fondant.
Smash cupcake on the side. Make sure you click on the picture to view the detail.
Hazelnut silk cake with hazelnut white chocolate ganache and raspberry filling, iced in buttercream. This picture does this cake no justice. It was very elegant, the rhinestone border was striking.
This picture is just to show the topper, which is to the right of the cake on the table. The topper had to be put on at the hall and we did move the cake a little to the left so that it was centered.:)
We recently finished an Apologetics course using the "Answers Academy" curriculum, published by Answers in Genesis, we made this cake to celebrate the end of the class. Checkout their website at: http://creationmuseum.org/
Dinosaur made of Rice Krispie treats and covered in fondant. Reeses's Peanut Butter cake iced in Hersey's chocolate frosting, Reese's Peanut butter and Hersey's chocolate filling. http://creationmuseum.org/