Monday, January 31, 2011
I had an order from a friend for a Ms. Packman cake. I found a great picture and made the one requested. It was a lot of fun and would love to do it again.
Client Comment -
Your cake was a HUGE hit!! Thank you so much. She absolutely loved it, and then preceded to photo document the cake in order to send pictures to all of her out of town friends and family. You are very talented, and could seriously do that fulltime. Thank you!
Sunday, January 30, 2011
I Had an order for 6 Dozen Wedding Dress Cookies and 120 Cake Pops for a Bridal Shower on 1/29/11. I made two displays to look like wedding cakes - the Bridal Cake had Red Velvet, Coconut Almond and Italian Cream Cake Pops and the Grooms Cake had Red Velvet and Brownie Pops! Very happy with the turn out!
Client Comment -
I wanted you to know what a hit the cake pops were. I only had about 10 extras, which we finished off. Everyone commented on how clever your set up was with the wedding cakes. I did not get to try a cookie they were all gone. One friend called to say she thought they were not only beautiful, but really delicious too. Thanks for a great job.
Saturday, January 8, 2011
A friend asked me to make a Lottery Ticket cake for her friend's birthday. Something small and simple. Since the Mega Millions drawing on 1/4/11 was for $355 Million, I decided to take the numbers from that lottery for the cake. She loved it. Thanks again Gina!
I hosted a 1st Annual Gingerbread House party for Christmas 2010. I found some great paterns online and decided to make a Barn instead of a house since I loved making my Farm Cakes. Everyone at my office loved it and if I do again, I will definetly put my farm animals in the pasture.
My brother and sister in law always have all the family over every year for Christmas Eve dinner. I decided to make Cake Balls this year for desert. Instead of just regular Cake Balls, I decided to step it up and make Snowmen and Santa Hats. Love them and will do again.