Rapunzel Cake

Hi there,

Here’s a handmade Rapunzel cake I made last week for Martina’s 4th birthday party. Girly, pinky & pretty :- )

Rapunzel’s long and blond braid was going around the whole cake. It was made out of yellow fondant, therefore it was completely edible, like everything else in that cake!

Have a lovely week!

Sara

Magic Garden Cupcakes

Hi there,

Last week I was so lucky to contribute with these mini cupcakes in a kids’ party set up by the professional Mystical Fairies team. They organize amazing children’s parties and performances with a lot of interesting themes for kids. This time, it was a Ben & the Little Kingdom-themed party and they wanted to form a little garden with mini cupcakes.

I appreciate that Mystical Fairies sent me these beautiful pictures to be able to share them with all of you.

Have a nice weekend,

Sara

Aladdin and Jasmine Cake

Hi there,

This is the fondant cake I made last week for Juju’s 5th birthday party. I heard she loved it, which makes me feel so glad! :- D

I think the combination of colours is quite pretty for this theme. Purple, blue and gold.

To decorate this 10 inch cake, I mainly used fondant (to cover the cake and the columns, to model the clouds…), gum paste (to make the plaque, letters and scrolls), and royal icing (to pipe the plaque’s outline and the bottom dots).

Thanks for reading and see you in the next post! I will post some Star Wars Cupcakes soon :- )

Sara

Alice in Wonderland Cake & Cookies

Hi there,

Last week I made this two tier fondant cake for little 5-year-old Layla. Her birthday’s party was Alice in Wonderland – themed and she wanted a big cake and some cookies to match it. I tried to do my best to make her day very very special.

Inside this pale green cake (colour which I find very beautiful and girly), there was a couple of moist chocolate cakes covered in delicious ganache and filled with yummy vanilla buttercream.

These are some of the Alice in Wonderland cookies I also made:

Ready to go!

Hope you liked them!

Have a wonderful week,

Sara

Winnie The Pooh Cake

Hi there,

This is the last cake I’ve made this year. Hopefully more beautiful and challenging cakes are coming for the next 2016!

Winnie the Pooh is the main character in this yellow cake surrounded by bees. I modelled this topper out of sugarpaste. I was pretty happy with the result. His face is so cute! He seems so happy splashing the honey! Lol.

The rest of the cake was also decorated with fondant, but for the grass (which was hand piped with green buttercream).

Wishing you all a very happy and sweet New Year!

Sara

Rainbow Unicorn Cake

Hi there,

Few days ago I made this colourful rainbow unicorn cake for little Sofia. Despite she’s very young she was determined to have a unicorn birthday cake full of colours everywhere.

I made a buttercream petal effect on the sides of the cake. This technique is specially time-consuming when using several colours although really effective!

Both the unicorn and the rainbow, as well as the little clouds, were hand modelled out of fondant.

I made other treats to sweeten Sofia’s birthday party, like some iced cookies and these delicious mini rainbow cupcakes.

Have a nice and colourful week :-D

Sara

Advent Calendar Made Of Mini Cupcakes

Hi there,

Christmas is getting close! I should have done this calendar before in order to start counting from the 1st of December, but better late than never! The good thing is that today I’ll be able to eat 14 mini cupcakes in a row :D lol.

Jocking aside, these little treats don’t last so many days, so it’s better to eat them just after making them, sharing them with your family and friends.

Actually my friend Arnau gave me this lovely idea last year and I’ve finally made it real!! :) I dedicate it to him!

Have a nice Christmasy week!

Sara

Thanksgiving Cake (Tricolour)

Hi there,

Next week is Thanksgiving Day. Exactly on Thursday, November 26th. Yay! Any celebration is perfect to make a cake!

This cake was decorated with three different colours of buttercream. The secret to get clean, even and sharp lines is applying each colour by means of a piping bag (two lines of yellow, two lines of orange, two lines of brown chocolate). Then scraping very carefully the sides : -) You don’t have to use any other tool at all.

I piped the borders with orange buttercream using an open star nozzle and also added three handmade fondant pumpkins on top.

Hope you like it and have a great Thanksgiving Day!

Sara