Thursday, February 11, 2010

Open Wide and Say "YUM!"

This cake was made for the opening of a dental surgery practice.
All pieces are edible (except floss string and metal part of needle).
Second view of dental cake from the other side
which shows the toothbrush and extracted tooth:
(There are different dental tools on the top which you really can't see)
Close up of the floss and needle:

Close up of the toothpaste:

Close up of the doctor which shows the pocket and folder detail:

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Edible Trophy

This cake was made to highlight all of the birthday guy's major accomplishments.
It was airbrushed gold to look like a medal.
All of the pieces around the cake were hand-drawn.
This aerial view shows the cute saying that the birthday guy's girlfriend came up with:

Here is the start of the series of pictures that show the details around the cake.
Proceed to the next post to see the rest!

Hold 'em - or fold 'em?

This cake is made in buttercream and fondant.
If you click on the picture you can see the smaller details such as the
Diet Soda can that Dianne made!

Curious Cupcakes

Each of these fondant details were hand drawn and sculpted.

Irish Pride

This is an 8-inch double layered cake with buttercream and fondant.
It was made to look like the flag was going through the cake.

The clover detail is a replica of the Irish rugby team logo.