Friday, March 12, 2010

January, 2010 Cakes

We had a wonderful Christmas Holiday, and then came back to the shop to do lots of cute cakes. We did baby showers, birthdays, and then a couple of cakes that really don't fit into any catagory!

Let's start with the baby shower cakes.
This precious animal cake was a copy of the invitation.
This tiered cake was done in the colors of the nursery with the baby's initial on top!
Another cake copied from and invitation.
Let's move on to boy's birthdays.
This shaped train was cute and colorful for a 2-year-old.
This cake was for a boy who had just started playing the guitar.

This was the smash cake for a 1-year-old.
Here is the Baby Sesame Street cake which accompanied the smash cake above.
Now let's take a look at some of the girls' birthday cakes.
Here's a "Princess and the Frog" cake...
...and an "I Carly" cake...
...and a Hollywood cake for a boy and a girl who were having a party together...
...and a cake for a 50's theme party with a 3-D poodle skirt on top and a jukebox on the side...
...and we end with a Funky Girl cake .
We did lots of adult birthdays in January, too.
Here's a 1/4 sheet cake with a 3-D roulette wheel for a 50th birthday.
This is a new size cake for 8" round/6" round...really small tiered cake. This one was done in white and gold.
This precious Pillsbury Dough Boy (both shaped and 3-D) was to celebrate a baker's birthday.
Here's a pretty pink and orange cake with a bow for a lady's birthday.
Another pretty lady's birthday cake with a monogram.
This shaped, 3-D cake was made to look like the birthday girl's favorite Coach purse.
Now let's look at our cakes for other events.
This cake was made for a Teacher of the Year Celebration at a local elementary school. This teacher loved Bon Jovi as well as the 60's peace and love theme.
This tiered cake was white cake with buttercream icing on the bottom tier and chocolate cake with chocolate fudge icing on the top tier. It was for a women's meeting at a church where the theme was "Choice, Change, Challenge".

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