Friday, December 30, 2011

Fairy Tale Themed Cakes

Winnie the Pooh Cake
Tinkerbell Cake
Hello Kitty Cake
Cindarella Cake

Snow White Cake
Curious George Cake

Halloween Cake Pops



Halloween cookies


Misc. Cupcakes



Fairy Tale Themed Cupcakes

Tangled Cupcake

Misc. Cake Pops











Easter Cake Pops


Fairytale themed cake pops

Horton Hears a Who cake pop

Halloween Cupcakes

Halloween Cupcakes 2011

Easter Cakes


Adult birthday cake

Flower bouquet birthday cake.
Geisha Birthday Cake, Bas-relief technique.

Misc. Cakes for children.


Bubble Bath/ Bathtub birthday cake
Ballerina Birthday Cake

Wedding Cakes


Wedding cake with roses.
Winter wedding cake with winter flowers and swans.

Winnie the pooh cake

I made this cake for my youngest daughter Caroline, who turned 1 yesterday:) All Winnie the Pooh characters are made from Wilton fondant. All decorations are edible

Friday, October 28, 2011

Spooky cookies:)

Hi, Here's some Gost Halloween cookies, decorated with royal icing using run-out technique.
First; make your sugar cookies. I make mine about 5-6 mm high. Then make your royal icing mixing:
Sifted icing sugar
Pasteurized eggwhites

A little bit of lemon juice.

Make royal icing of firm consistency and make a fine line at the outer edge of your cookie. Fill the cookie with royal icing medium consistency in a zig-zag patter - don't worry, the holes will fill out, IF it doesn't; just take a toothpick and smooth the icing all the way to your icing-border.
Tip:
- bubbles: Take your tooth pick and remove bubbles. The bubbles comes from preparing the icing if you whip the ingredients to roughly.


For the eyes: Use the same consistency as the white RI; medium consistensy. Don't worry if it doesn't sink into the white RI just at once, give it about 8-10 sek.



Halloween cupcake step-by-step

Hi! Here's some Halloween cupcakes that's easy to make, and with a great result. Hope you'll have fun making them.

Here's the final result; Monster Eyes and Mummies:)


First; the monster eyes: I used the tool showed to make the iris, and a glass to make the cupcake top.


TIP: This picture is just to show you a little trick when you have to paint the details; I use some foil to mix my dust-coloures with alcohol. Its easy and a cheep way to create your own paint pallet.


I used dust colour to paint the iris and red background in the eyes. Afterwards I used a toothpick to paint the vaines in the eye.

Now to the eyelid: Use a drinking glass to cut the eyelid - a cookie cutter will do just as fine.



Now: shape and fold.






And add details, and voila; Monster eyes.

For theese Mummie Cupcakes, all is needed is pictures: The bandage is icing medium-hard consistency. Eyes and body: Coloured fondant.