Thursday, May 9, 2013

Black Heel-Shoe Box Cake

I made this cake for a great client of mine,her husband actually ordered the cake
for her surprise birthday party.

The heel was very difficult to make and it didn't turned out how I wanted, but at the end of the day the birthday girl was thrilled, as the shoe match her own Christian Louboutin shoes.
I made the heel with a silicon mold I got on Etsy,
 the front-side of shoe was handmade-kind of figuring out as I was making it.

The shoe box was made of chocolate cake and oreos and cream buttercream.
For the shoe I used only gumpaste and it took me around 4 days to make it including the waiting time for drying.

I found a little silicon letter mold at New York Cake & Baking Company store in New York City, I am sure they also have it online. The letters came out really easy, they are small and pretty cute.

Thank you for stopping by.


MissyB_in_NJ said...

I think you did a BEAUTIFUL job. I'm sure she was thrilled to death. I find this cake to be perfect. Don't be so hard on yourself!! I love it! I've never seen anything like it!!

Shinee D said...

Wow, is this a cake? Awesome job. I salute your patience making this cake! You're very talented!

Jennifer @ Not Your Momma's Cookie said...

Beautiful, Kathia! I think the shoe looks awesome :)

Paloma said...

That is amazing! You're such an artist! Great job!

Mari Núñez said...

Very nice. This will be my cake for my next B-day ;) Kathia I thanks for sharing your wonderful creations.

Un saludo

Xe goxo! said...

Uauuu! Muy bonita y trabajada.

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Natalia said...

Amazing! Can you tell me how you do the base? Is it gum paste? Or real fabric? Thank you

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