Who does not like candy? There are just a few days in the year when kids are allowed to eat all the candy they want. One of this day is their birthday. In this cake I designed the bag and displayed it pretending to be dumping the candies on the cake and creating the number 5. More than that I finished decorating the cake with his name, some candy lollipops, and chocolates all over the cake. Seeing the cake I can image the kid's faces and the temptation to pick the candies from the cake. Do you?
Can you hear the sounds of the water falling down in this waterfall? or the roar of these giant dinosaurs? Mom brought the dinosaurs and let me to do the rest. I really enjoyed turning a simple cake into a fantastic one for this little boy and steal a smile from him, or perhaps and "wow" expression. In addition, I baked these delicious dinosaur paw cookies as favor gifts. They were wrapped individually and tied with a little card with the names of each one of the kids invited to the Jurassic World Birthday Party. Get ready to roar!
Not quite the fruit cake that you expected. I made this for a girl who loves to draw watermelons. Delicious moist cake with a mixture of dulce de leche and lemon flavours. Cover with vanilla fondant. The side of the cake was hand painted with food colouring and finalized the decoration with flowers and a glittery Happy Birthday sign.
I love cake decorating! In this case, delicious and moist cake, cover in soft green fondant and decorated with a gold Happy Birthday sign and white and soft green fantasy flowers.
Little ones adore Pepa Pig! I also loved making this cake trying to reproduce Pepa and the environment where she lives. I used vibrant colors to cover the cake and make all the background details. To compliment the sweet table decoration, I decorated some traditional mini alfajores. Some of them with flowers, a sun, the birthday girl's initial or an the adorable rainbow. I hope you enjoy seeing the pictures as much I enjoyed making all the decorations.
Are you a Pokemon fan? Check this out! Leo got a giant Poke ball cake for his birthday to help him catch as many Pokemon as possible. Would you like one?
Moms always makes everything posible to see their kids happy. In this case, Nahuel loves Beanie Boos, so she came with the idea to make a Pet Adoption Birthday Party and I had the honor to make the cake. He choose vanilla cake with dulce de leche and chocolate ganache. Nahuel's favourite Beanie Boo is the turtle. Beanie Boos are famous for their big eyes, so I made sure that the fondant crafted turtle had them. I covered the cake with vanilla flavoured fondant and applied different Bonnie Boos around it.
I had a lot of fun making this cake, for two ladies celebrating their birthday. I hope you have fun seeing it as well. Everything is edible, is it not amazing?
Alfajores, proudly made in Calgary with Argentinean flavour.