I created vanilla, chocolate, and red velvet cake pops for The Secret Society Ball fundraiser, benefitting Pets Alive. All pops were dipped in white chocolate and decorated with white sugar pearls, gold and red glitter.
For Bryn’s Valentine’s Day party, I created strawberry cake pops dipped in white chocolate, decorated with red and white candy hearts.
Charlie is really into transportation. For his 2nd birthday I created vanilla cupcakes and a smash cake with airplanes and cars made out of chocolate.
Mimi saw a Barbie cake online that she just had to have for her birthday! Her mom forwarded me the picture and I created a similar cake, but with more purple, blue, and pink colors. The cake was a two-tier strawberry cake with buttercream icing, and homemade fondant decorations. Happy 5th Birthday Mimi!
Ben wanted the Octonauts designed in cake pop form for his 4th birthday. I had never heard of the Octonauts, so I did a little research online to understand more about these characters. I created the bear, penguin, and pirate cat for the party, and Ben’s mom made a really fun display to hold the cake pops. Happy Birthday buddy!
Little Lowary turned two and she had a garden tea party. In keeping with the theme, I created chocolate cake pops with cream cheese icing, dipped in purple and peach white chocolate, and decorated with daisies and apple blossoms made from royal icing.
For this very girly birthday party, I dipped chocolate cake balls in purple colored white chocolate and sprinkled hot pink edible glitter on top. They were a huge hit!
I was contacted to create a dozen cake balls with the Time Warner Cable logo as a thank you for a co-worker to send to one of her colleagues.
My sweet niece, Bryn, turned 3 and she had a bee themed party. I created cake pops in the shape of bumble bees, using modeling chocolate for the stripes and faces. I also made bee hive cookies which were iced with yellow colored royal icing, sprinkled with yellow edible glitter, and finished with 3 chocolate flying bees on each.