Showing posts with label cake. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cake. Show all posts

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Wood & Number Cake Toppers

Birthday month still in full effect around here! here are some easy color-blocked style cake toppers.  Right now I don't have a picture of them ACTUALLY topping a cake, since the time hasn't come to use them.  But once I do, I'll be sure to update this post. So for now just use your imagination...and happy celebrating!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Necco Wafer Cake

Probably one of the easiest but cutest cakes you'll ever decorate. Frost a cake and stick on those beautiful Necco candies.  For an eclectic feel, leave the logo facing out or for a smooth "dots" finish, make sure they're all facing the blank way out.
Pattern or haphazard placement, you seriously can't go wrong with this cake!  I used 3 packages for this small cake to get all the colors I wanted.

It's almost too cute to eat! .....almost. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Citrus Cake Topper

Here's a fun and summer-y way to decorate a cake.  I went out and picked a few stems of leaves and attached them to 2 bamboo skewers using twine.  Top the cake with a few of your favorite citrus fruit (fake or real!) and you're all set for your next fun summer gathering! Happy Partying!

Friday, June 27, 2014

State Cake & being homesick

In case you know zero about me, (because it's the first thing I tell people) I am originally from the gorgeous state of California. And living in absurdly hot Arizona I ache for home quite often, so I obviously did the mature thing and myself a cake to cheer myself up!

To make your state cake, print off an outline, then make a stencil out of wax or freezer paper.  Very lightly press down and apply sprinkles of choice. Remove and smooth any frosting down. BOOM! You, my friend, have made one of the coolest cakes ever with little to no effort. 

Hello you amazing state...I'll be seeing you next weekend.

Friday, May 2, 2014

Fiesta Cake Topper

Start with a small wood board (I got mine from Michaels that came in a multi-pack). I free-handed a chevron pattern with light pink, orange, red, yellow, green and blue. Once dry, take a sharpie to trace your words then using bottle glue, follow the sharpie & then dump on glitter. Let dry completely before attaching skewers with hot glue.  The proceed to have an awesome fiesta for Cinco de Mayo!