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Out of This World

Lindsay contact us a few weeks back, wanting a birthday cake for her son who was turning 3. She wanted an Orange Creamsicle Cake with Buttercream to feed 30 in the shape of a rocket.

We began by baking a football shaped pan and a 12″ square cake. We placed the football shaped cake on top of the square and cut away the same shape plus added the two “legs” if I can call them that (as I have no clue what the correct term is) and a slope that we would layer buttercream flames on. We put a layer of icing between the cakes and then covered the entire sculpted cake with buttercream. We piped a stripe, windows and stars, outlined in red and filled in the stripe and legs with dark blue buttercream. We then piped in the rest of the rocket with light blue buttercream. We mixed up red and orange buttercream and put them both in the icing bag at the same time and piped on the flames at the rear of the rocket. This caused the red and orange to swirl and blend together when piping. After four hours, it was complete.

Thank you, Lindsay, for allowing us the opportunity to create a special cake for your son! We hope he had a wonderful, exciting birthday.

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Baby Bump Cake

Tana contacted us a few weeks ago regarding a baby shower cake. She wanted a marble flavored Pregnant Belly cake to feed 25 with the figure wearing a baby blue dress and zebra stripe accents to celebrate the little boy on the way.

We baked one soccer ball pan to form the belly and two small ball pans to form the well-endowed momma-to-be breasts. We covered with buttercream and then a layer of baby blue fondant to form the dress. We colored a small triangle piece of fondant tan and placed it on top to form the cleavage. Baby blue strips of fondant were cut and placed as the trim of the dress. Next, we used white fondant and created the bow, ribbons and trim around the top of the dress. We painted zebra stripes on the bow and ribbons. After four hours total, the cake was complete.

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Power Ranger Birthday

Darrick contacted us a few months back about doing a red Power Ranger birthday cake for his son.  He wanted a vanilla cake with buttercream icing to feed 20.

We began by baking a 11×15 sheet cake and carving the silhouette of the helmet. We used a knife to round out the edges and then applied a layer of buttercream. We drew out the outlines for the eye area and mouth and covered them with a smooth layer of buttercream in the needed colors. We piped the lips and came back with an outline to clean up the edges for both sections. White and gray were piped on for the teeth around the eye area of the helmet.  The rest of the buttercream was tinted red and used to pipe little tiny stars all over the cake to fill in the helmet color. After 4 hours baking/decorating it was complete.

We hope you had an amazing birthday!  Thank you for allowing us to take part in such a special day.

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A Blue Birthday

Jannette booked a cake for her son, Cade, when she ordered the Hello Kitty cake back in February for her daughter, Kailyn. She wanted a chocolate Smurf cake to feed 20.

We baked a 12″ round chocolate cake and cut out the shape of the Smurfs face and hat. We covered the whole cake with blue buttercream, piped in the white hat with buttercream. We piped a black outline around the hat, ears, eyes, nose and mouth and piped in a red tongue and it was complete.

Happy Birthday, Cade! We hope you have a very special day and enjoy your cake! Get ready for blue mouth pictures and devour that cake! Gargamel would be proud!

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