Cake International 2019
Here is my entry for Cake International 2019, miniature division. My concept was “the making of Frankenstein,” and I incorporated a lot of different mediums.
Cake International 2019 close-up
There is a light under the yellow isomalt “glass” on the left. The window and eyes are also made of isomalt.
November 2018 I entered a sugar piece in Cake International in Birmingham, England. My concept was a band of underwater animal pirates.
cake international 2018
Each piece is individually judged within its category. I was happy to get a Bronze… though I’ll be shooting for Silver next year!
moose wedding cake
This cake was featured in Cake Central Magazine, volume 3 issue 5
moose topper wedding
The theme was pink and teal wedding. Instead of creating a human couple, I made a moose couple as a shout-out to my new state of Vermont
moose wedding up close
I painted the roses freehand and added We Do tiles as a whimsical element
peter pan showpiece
I entered the New York Cake Show in June 2017. The overall theme for the show was Broadway musicals, and I chose Peter Pan.
peter pan up close
My concept was Tinkerbell’s house, with Captain Hook and Smee trying to peek inside. See Tink’s silhouette in the top window?
butterflies wedding cake full
This cake was featured in Cake Central Magazine, volume 5 issue 3
butterflies wedding cake
I was supposed to include a big bow in the design, so my inspiration was to create a metamorphosis from butterflies to bow.
butterfly topper wedding
The butterflies, of course, were a bride and groom