Some of my cakes, just “for fun” and “for friends”

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Just a few of my cakes….. and just for fun.

(Not in chronological order)

I’ll add more as I get around to it (and yes, I know that joke, and have “A Round Tuit” which was made for me….)

My mother’s birthday cake – Spring flowers, gems from blue and white boiled sweets, “geode” slices made from same, and some gelatine balloons…..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cake iced by one of my students’ (under my tutelage, with some help from me) for her daughter’s 21st birthday. Marbled fondant, “geode” pieces on top, and a “geode” on the front, with blue and white “crystals”. Didn’t she do well?!

Rochelle’s 21st “geode” cake, made by her mother, one of my students

The “geode” pieces on the top are finely crushed blue and white clear hard boiled sweets, placed into foil moulded containers (wrap foil around shapes you like), and melted in a low oven, cool, remove foil. The “crystals” are simple the larger pieces of the crushed candy.

 

Richards cake no sign of the party going on inside

Richards cake topper

Richards cake : The party going on inside the cake! Four cake layers, 3 dessert mousse layers, all natural fruit flavours

Mothers Day cake – 1

Mothers Day cake – 02

90th birthday cake

Maree’s cake – different light

Maree’s birthday cake – one sort of lighting

Cupcakes for Maree’s birthday

Maree’s cake – 4 layers, fruit flavoured

Rochelle’s Gender Reveal cup cakes -1

Rochelle’s Gender Reveal cake

Rochelle’s Gender Reveal cake and cupcakes

Rochelle’s Gender Reveal cake – topper, without shawl

Rochelle’s Gender Reveal cake – topper, with shawl

My own [second] wedding cake

A selection of Easter Goodies – 2017

An Easter funfetti cake for my sister’s family

Easter Mars Bars Crackles nests

Fun Easter muffins

Easter loaf cake, with the hidden egg surprise running down the middle, so every slice has a coloured “egg” cooked in the middle

Easter loaf – with cake “eggs” layered through the cake so every slice has a surprise.

A very early cake – My sister’s wedding cake – 1969!

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