Eye Candy

I’m gonna keep the verbiage to a minimum here because there are going to be lots of pictures.
Pictures of stuff I have made and haven’t posted.
Here are some tries at fondant…
A baseball cake for a little guy’s birthday.
 The hat is made from rice krispie treats covered in fondant.  It weighs less than cake and is fun to mold!
 Here is a Toy Story Cake for my little guy’s best friend!
Sorry the picture is not so great, we were in a rush to get to the party!
This cake is actually decorated with buttercream and fondant is only used for the planet on top and the embellishments.
And a sweet ladybug…
 Loved making this one.
I made some cookies to match the cake…
 And now some cupcake cakes…
Of course Toy Story..
 and Thomas.
I made some cookies to go with Thomas also.
And lastly some cute cupcakes I made for a party where they decorated cookies.
Chef Hat cupcakes.
Aren’t the rolling pins precious?
Here’s the kit they used to decorate the cookies, so fun!
 wish I was invited πŸ˜‰
 Hope everyone has a great weekend!

42 Responses

  1. Patti

    The baseball cap is amazing! And those chef hat cupcakes…too adorable! Great job on all the cakes! I have never worked with fondant icing (pile on the frosting I say!)…one of these days I'll get brave and give it a try.

    You have a great weekend too!

  2. Jocelyn

    Awesome job on everything. I have only used fondant a few times. I like to just pile on lots of butter cream too:-) My favs are definitely the little rolling pins…how cute are they!!!!!

  3. Katrina {In Katrina's Kitchen}

    Love love love! Thanks for sharing! I need to get working with some fondant. Yours is beautiful! I love the basbell cap.

  4. Raina

    Wow! Gorgeous work! You are super talented! I love the little chef hats and rolling pins. I am amazed at how you got the buttercream so smooth on the Toy Story cake. How did you do that?

  5. Joanne

    Ahh these are the cutest! Can you move in when I have kids and make their birthday cakes for them? I'll cook you dinner every night!

  6. Kara

    Hello! I have your blog on my RSS feed and I loved looking at all the photos you posted today! Such amazing talent! I loved everything!! Now I want to try molding rice crispy treats and cupcake cakes! Thanks so much for sharing your creations! πŸ™‚

  7. Pink Little Cake

    I love the chef hat cupcakes and the rolling pin is darling. The baseball cup is so cute, I just got an order for a baseball cap cake, I am a little nervous about it. Great job on the cakes.

  8. Smita Srivastava

    Absolutely adorable …Loved going thru ur wonderful blog …

    – Smita
    @ littlefoodjunction.blogspot.com
    (fun food ideas for lil ones )

  9. Anne

    Holy cow I can't decide on a favorite, definitely the rolling pins for me but my little man would do tricks for the Toy Story cake! Everything is so pretty, great job!

  10. grace

    i'm always so impressed with your mad skills. those mini rolling pins may be the most precious thing i've seen all year.

  11. Barbara

    Those are amazing! You are so talented. The rolling pins/chef hats are very clever; I bet everyone loved those cupcakes!
    Such a cute idea to have those cookie decorating kits.

  12. The Addicted Baker

    You had me at the rolo. HOLY MOLY if those were in front of me, they would be eaten in five seconds. Great job!

  13. group play

    I love the chef cupcakes, could you send me the how to's on them? My niece wants to be a pastry chef and I would like to surprise her with them at her party..u can send me the infor @ eangelgod@comcast.net

    Thanks Eddie

  14. Patty

    fondant is gross. Been to too many weddings and birthday parties watching people eating around the fondant on overpriced cakes. It’s just a bad idea!

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