Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Playing catch up

I can't believe how behind I am on posting pictures. I guess that's what happens when you get busy :) So now it's time to play catch up.

This is a butterfly cake that I made for a baby shower. I made it bigger than I had planned, so I had some trouble getting everything onto the board. I loved making this cake since I got to use disco dust, which is my favorite thing!

These mini cupcakes were also made for a baby shower. It's sometimes difficult to come up with decorations that will fit on a mini cupcake. But these little buttons were perfect.

This cake was for a friend's son. It was his 16th birthday and she wanted to give him an awesome Batman cake. I thought it would be cool to make the city below and a spotlight with the Batman signal on top. I was very happy with this cake.

These cupcakes were made for a bachelorette party. I had so much fun making these bustiers. In case you couldn't tell, I love glitter!

This cake was made for a little boy's birthday. It's a very simple cake, but I fall in love with it more and more everytime I look at it.

I made this cake for my aunt's birthday. She dominates at Words With Friends so I thought it was appropriate to make her a scrabble piece.

These cupcakes were made for a friend of mine that wanted to surprise her sorority sisters.

These cupcakes were made for a graduation from Baylor.

And this last cake was made for a baby shower. The theme was Carter's train theme. I don't get to make many boy cakes, so I always get excited to make one. And I don't think this cake could be any cuter!

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Last week's cakes & cupcakes

Last week I made some really cute cakes and cupcakes. I made these golf cupcakes for a birthday. I have a hard time with cupcakes like this, but I was happy with how these turned out.

I also made these adorable cupcakes for a friend at work. He wanted to surprise his fiance with them.

This is probably one of my favorite cakes. I made this for a special little girl's birthday. She wanted a Barbie cake so we decided to do the shiloutte. I had drew the little Eiffel Towers so they had an almost cartoon look to them.

And lastly I made some German chocolate cake pops. I've been really bad about taking pictures of the cake pops I make. But I was pretty proud of these and I thought they looked cute.


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