Monday, October 12, 2009

Ladybugs,snails, and lots of butterflies!







oh boy, I have had a really busy weekend but I had so much fun. Friday night I finished my Garden Cake very late at night and Saturday I spend all day in New York taking cake decorating classes with my meet up group, for a little pick just go here, let me tell you I had so much fun sharing with these ladies, everyone is very nice and we got to talk about cake , techniques, prices and client's stories. My trip back to NJ was a nightmare, just to give you an idea I carried a 20 pound cake without a box on the train, on my lap, yes on my lap! I think I was the main attraction at Pennstation! By the time I got to my car my legs were numb. I wasn't able to finish my cake on the class, and I haven't finished it off at home yet, but I have it in the refrigerator and I will finish it for you to see it. I took a lot of pics of the process, I will post them soon. In the mean time...



Here is the cake for the most adorable little girl . This baby is so friendly, every time I see her she has a smile in her face. It really makes me want to have another baby soon, soon? really? never mind! The first time I spoke with my client, she said she didn't have a theme for her baby's 1 st birthday party, she said she liked butterflies and ladybugs. I love when people are not afraid of something different and special. After a few sketches and lots of emails , here is the result. I love the hot pink color on the cake. First tier is chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream and the second tier is vanilla cake with chocolate frosting.










All decorations are made out of fondant and gumpaste. I made all the butterflies in advance, I inserted the wire inside the butterflies bodies before they were dry. Well girls, I hope you like it. I would love your feedback.
Patricia: The camera was a gift from a good friend, it is a Canon EOS 10 D, I hope I wrote it the right way, I love her. One of my friend's husband is teaching how to use it.
Snooky Doodle : I have the rice crispy treats on my mind, I will do it, I promise.
Me and my pink mixer: I love that name
Laura: Your pictures are making me fat.
Juanita: I love your new website
To all of you, thank you so much for your comments. Stay tune I will have a really nice giveaway soon, you so deserve it!
















11 comments:

Snooky doodle said...

wow this is adorable. you surely did a fine job. What do you use to support the butterflies? do you insert it directly in the cake?
I bet the girl was thrilled :)

ButterYum said...

Awwww~!!!! So sweet! I'd like to get that cake at 41!
:)

ButterYum said...

Love the photos! Your friend was very nice to give you that camera :)

The Cooking Photographer said...

Lol Kathia!!

I about fell over laughing when I read that line to me!

You are so brave to carry this 20 pound cake on a train! It's so adorable!

Laura

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Wow..the cake looks super cute. Luved all the tiny details you put on the cake:).

Sugar Siren said...

very cute cake!

Karine said...

You did such a great job with this cake! It looks amazing. Thanks for sharing :)

Susan said...

The mushrooms and the bumblebees... So perfect!

Anonymous said...

My daughter was fortunate enough to be the birthday girl wo got this cake! I want to thank you for doing an absolutely LOVELY job! Not only was the cake amazing and beautiful to look at, but it tasted GREAT! I received so many many compliments from my guests about how cute the cake was and of course HOW GOOD! I couldnt have been happier! Adrianna loved it too! Thank you for helping to make her 1st birthday even more special!

Sue Sparks said...

The whole cakes is FABULOUS, but I especially love the bees and the toadstools!!! :)

Pink Little Cake said...

Girls, thank you so much for your comments. Thank you to my great feedback from my client.

Laura: this is not the cake that I took in the train. It was the 3 D.

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