This is a smaller version of my 3 tiered Hero cake. As with it’s big brother, this cake can be made to suit your little ones favorite heroes.
These were made for the Stuart MacPherson Library for their murder mystery night. Their theme was steam punk. The little hats are solid chocolate… mmmmm. The frosting is a vanilla and chocolate marble.
This cake and cupcake combination is a great example of how versatile my cupcake stand can be, it can hold 16 dozen cupcakes, or 2 dozen cupcakes and still look great.
This cake would delight any little boy. And of course it can be made to suit your little ones favorite super heroes.
This is a butter cream slab cake. The benefit of butter cream is that it taste so so much better than fondant.
This Clippers jersey has a hand painted logo on the front. This cake is perfect for team year end parties, birthdays or any sporting event.
Perfect for Grandma’s birthday tea.
A perfect little camo cake for the little boy who loves all things army. The grenade is solid chocolate too.
This little Elsa cake is perfect for a little birthday party. It only feeds about 6 people so if you need something bigger it can always be placed on top of a larger cake or paired with cupcakes.
This Dirty Little Liars themed cake is a yummy buttercream cake and the matching cupcakes really round off the theme.
This is a great example of my beautiful cupcake stand. It can be painted to suit your specific color scheme.
This cake was donated to the Princess Tea to raise funds for playgrounds around Lac La Biche. It features a handmade tiara.
This Lego Man was made for the annual Lego competition at the Stuart MacPherson Library in Lac La Biche.
This is a great picture of my Cupcake stand holding 15 dozen cupcakes. This was taken at the Chamber of Commerce Evening of Excellence.
This is a buttercream Browning themed birthday cake.
Halloween Cupcakes! Make sure you pre-order these for your childs class!
I make these turkey cakes every Thanksgiving, they are just so cute and are always a hit.
This adorable Hello Kitty cake is a good example of a buttercream cake with fondant decorations. The light pink is buttercream and Hello Kitty and the flowers are fondant.
This was Shailey and Anthony’s four tiered wedding cake with real sunflowers. The top tier was chai cake with vanilla bean filling, the second tier was raspberry liqueur cake with white chocolate filling, the third their was red velvet with cream cheese filling, and the bottom tier was vanilla cake with blueberry cheesecake filling.
An adorable first birthday cake for Zannah. This cake was paired with a little white smasher cake with a brown fence.
This little smasher cake was paired with “The Littie Cowgirl” two tiered birthday cake.
These chocolate cupcakes had a bright pink vanilla centre. Topped with vanilla and chocolate buttercream this horse was made of 26 cupcakes for a great addition to you little cowboy or cowgirl’s birthday party.
This 4 tiered wedding cake had handmade orange poppies, yellow and teal gerber a daisies, yellow and purple pansies and pink plumeria. The cake topper and the dogs are ceramic. The flavours of this wedding cake were truly amazing, The bottom tier was chocolate with salted caramel and whipped chocolate ganache filling, the third tier was double strength lemon with raspberry fluff filling and fresh raspberries, the second tier was a boozy raspberry liqueur cake with white chocolate filling, and the top tier was a coconut creme de leeches cake with a german coconut pecan filling.
Such a great theme for a first birthday party. This cake had things going on all the way around it.
This little smasher cake was made for Kagen’s First Birthday photo shoot. Photo courtesy of the amazing Allison Dupre with “Moments by Alli” out of Lac La Biche, AB
I forgot to take a picture of this until the kids had started digging in so I apologize for the bad quality and the fact that the purple row is missing altogether in this picture. Vanilla frosted rainbow confetti vanilla cupcakes in the shape of a sun and rainbow. A fantastic way to send the preschoolers away for the summer.
This bible cake was carrot with cream cheese filling but it could easily have been two flavours. With hand written scripture and silver details it was the perfect elegant cake.
This cake was made for my nephew who loves Grave Digger. And he’s rolling in exactly what Grave Digger should be rolling in – “MUD”!
Made for an awesome little guy, this cake is Star Wars Meets Lego. And what little man wouldn’t want the Death Star on his birthday cake?
This a buttercream rosette cake, the rosettes are made of my creamy buttercream which is not too sweet for a delicate and delicious flavour of a very delicate and popular birthday cake design.
This Doc McStuffins themed Birthday Cake was transported 12 hours to the interior of BC for Katie-Mae’s 2nd Birthday party. It had a few bumps along the road but faired pretty well! This cake is covered in my creamy buttercream with fondant accents for the perfect combination of great taste and a cute look.
I was given a picture of the Birthday Boys hockey bag and stick and asked to replicate them. I was told he recognized them instantly!
This carrot cake with cream cheese filling is topped with mostly plastic cake toppers. But they weren’t able to find a plow so the plow was handmade and edible!
The Elvis cake is in the building!
A fun cake for your little fan of the rag doll cartoon – Lalaloopsy.
Every little princesses dream cake. A quilted bottom tier, and the top tier is buttercream covered in small fondant flowers. Topped with an adorable little pillow and a cute little cinderella shoe.
This is another example of what my buttercream cakes look like. The pale purple and blue are buttercream, the added decorations such as the hearts and the polkadots are fondant.
A masculine cake – can be done in any color combination you would like.
From our family to yours we hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween! This haunting cake is covered in buttercream and not fondant. The Grim Reeper is made out of chocolate cake and his head is a cake pop!