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Cake anyone??? – A delicate flower cake

My 12 year old decided not to have a theme for her birthday this year. So, when I asked her what she wanted for her cake, she replied that I could do whatever I wanted as long as it was girly and simple. Here is what I came up with: Take care, Catia

Cake anyone??? – Brushed Embroidery

It has been a while since I posted about my cakes. I have done a few since last time, but I never manage to post their photos :). Today’s cake is the one I made to celebrate both my daughter’s and my father-in-law’s birthdays. My daughter b-day is in April but she was sick and we had to postpone the… Read more »

Cake anyone??? – The Hockey Goalie

Today’s cake was made this weekend for one of the goalies from my son’s team. This kid just started skating this year and has been an incredible thing to see how much he has improved his skills over the last few months! Anyway, his parents asked me to make him a cake. The first idea was to make him just… Read more »

Cake anyone??? – Arts & Crafts and so much more

I love that my little girls share in my interest for arts & crafts. In fact, my oldest daughter likes it so much, that I decide to make her a birthday cake inspired by all the crafts she likes. I sketched some ideas, shared them with the family and….. well, soon what was to be just a cake about arts and crafts… Read more »

Cake anyone??? – The Minecraft Block

It has been so long since I last posted!!! A lot has been going on around here. Work is busier than ever and it has been hard to find time to dedicate to my hobbies 🙁 However, I did manage to accomplish a few things since the last time I posted. Today I will post about the cake I made… Read more »

Cake anyone???? – Spring Cake

One more cake for the collection 😀 My youngest turned 8 in April and asked me for a Spring themed birthday party. She even listed all the elements that needed to be present in the cake: Green fondant as a base Lots of pretty flowers Butterflies Ladybugs Bumble bees Bunnies Hmmm, my first thought was: “That equals a lot of… Read more »