This super cake was made for a little girl’s Tinkerbell themed birthday party. The dress for Tinkerbell was specially designed to match the one on the doll that the girl’s mother provided for me to form the center of the cake. The doll was then a gift for the little girl - once the cake had been eaten (which apparently disappeared very quickly)!
Two cakes on this page: All the butterflies are individually made and fixed on, necessitating the utmost care in transporting to the party venue. The butterflies can be carefully detached and eaten (all made of sugar) or saved as a memento.
Is this Sleeping Beauty’s castle, with the high towers and rambling creeper winding its way up the walls?
This was a lovely character to do for a teenage girl. The red hearts set against the white background of the cake set off Betty so well. Betty survived and didn’t get eaten - she’s now preserved as a special memento of the day.
This damsel in her castle is waiting for her knight to ride by and rescue her. Hope she doesn’t have to wait too long, or she’ll get eaten up!
This cake has two tiers, so you can cut the lower one for the party, and keep the upper storey for tea at home the next day.
This pink castle was made, perhaps unsurprisingly, for a little girl. You can see some of the detail in the pictures, as well as the glittery tower roofs and ivy clambering up the walls.
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The Pirate Treasure Chest was, in fact, made for my daughter, who was keen to have a Pirate Themed party for her seventh birthday. The cake inside was my special rich chocolate recipe and went down a treat, if somewhat messy in the hands of all those little pirates! The jewels were goood value, and formed part of the childrens’ party bags when they went home.
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