This angry bird was the latest one and the first green one I had attempted to bake and decorate. This was a gluten free spongecake, with a dairy and soy free strawberry mousse filling.
These little angry bird cupcakes were decorated by my nephew Alex...he did a fantastic job! I was really only there to stand by and help if needed.;) The cupcakes were a basic chocolate pound cake recipe.
I made this tiny football cake as a 'not-your-real' birthday surprise for my brother in law. I'm happy to say that he was pleased with it! The cake is a spongecake, with a mango mousse filling.
This dainty cake was an "allergy" cake as well as the green angry bird cake above. The sponge is a gluten and dairy free butter pound cake, filled with the same strawberry mousse and covered with fondant.
One of the cakes I made in July was a beyblade themed cake. It turned out to be a version of my own, a pegasus inspired poison serpent beyblade cake! (I know, confusing..especially since I have no clue about which beyblade is which :))
This Moomin cake was a little bit challenging to make. The 3D decorations came out great and I did make them well ahead. Covering the cake was another story...it took me quite some time to get the fondant to hold in one piece..mainly due to humidity. Well..luckily I got there in the end and Vincent and his parents were delighted with it!
The following two cakes were for a little girl's first birthday. One for the adults and one for the children. I was able to decide on the theme and decorations and funny enough, I really enjoyed making the roses, though it isn't my favourite flower.(the tulip is.) I quite liked the outcome of the little ladybird too!
These two floral cakes below were a treat to make!
This white cake is a chocolate pound cake with a raspberry and blueberry mousse filling.
In June my little sister turned 22 years!
She wanted me to bake two cakes, one for her workplace and another one for a party later that evening.
|Littleseera at work with her bird!;)|
This one was a light spongecake with mango mousse in two layers.