I am inspired by art and one of my favorite artists of all time is Frida Kahlo. A Mexican self taught artist who spent most of her time painting herself after a near death accident, Frida expressed her emotion, showed her vulnerability and created a style that was uniquely her own in every painting. I then thought, “what kind of cake would Frida want if she was alive?” That’s when I started to brainstorm ideas for my Frida Kahlo Cinco de Mayo Cake.
Almost 8 hours of flower making and bright pink fingertips, I present my latest creation. Inspired by the fashion world and Kanye’s gift to Kim on Mother’s Day in 2014, my Flower Wall Cake is the edible version of this beautiful trend.
Rapunzel! Rapunzel! Let down your hair! I am so excited to share how I made this Disney Rapunzel Cake! With all the hype on Belle from Beauty and the Beast, it’s nice to give another Disney Princess a little time in the spot light.
When I think of Halloween, I always gravitate to something pretty. I was that kid that always wanted to be a Disney Princess and was totally scared of anything creepy. Fast forward to me as a 30 year old adult who has seen her share of flirty nurses and sexy ketchup bottles (yes that does exist), I wanted to take the creepy elements of Halloween and make them beautiful. This is the birth of my Halloween Bloody Brain Cake! Continue Reading…
This is a topic I have been wanting to write about for a little while now since making fondant cakes can be so tricky in the summer. The heat, the humidity, the tears and elephant skin are all things I’ve experienced and it’s literally made me shed a tear or two (or more).
With so many wonderful fondant products out on the market, it can totally be overwhelming to determine which one to buy. I’ll be talking about my experience with a few products and hopefully give you some pointers on making fondant cake decorating easier.