The Seattle Area Feline Rescue was holding it’s annual Nine Lives Gala to raise money to support homeless cat’s and kittens, and they asked me for a cake. (more…)
A dear friend of mine was about to marry the love of his life, and needed the perfect cake to commemorate the occasion. (more…)
This cake was for the Little Lemon Drops Junior Guild, who has events that raise money for the Seattle Children’s Hospital. They hold an annual movie night, and I sent them this cake in honor of their film selection, Despicable Me 2. (more…)
This cake was for a celebration held at the Hollywood Hills Saddle Club and was not only a special design, but also a special recipe.
I’ve experienced both the good and the bad side of gluten free, and I’ve learned a couple things in the process.
This is my greatest accomplishment in buttercream. I’ve reproduced many images in my career out of icing, but no one has ever asked for a watercolor painting. (more…)
One of my co-workers had a very important celebration, and I got to do the cakes. I surprised her with some simple, but very special decorations.
This cake was for an old friend. I wasn’t sure how I was going to pull it off when he ordered it, but I knew I would find a way.
I don’t do nearly enough cakes honoring our members of the armed services. Someone recently gave me a little insight into the whole copyright low down, too, when it comes to their logos.
This article is devoted to the cakes that are part of inside jokes, and probably don’t make sense to the general public. There’s no time to explain them. I’ll leave you links to begin your own research.