The cake is covered in fondant with all decoration made out of Icing Images premium wafer paper. The tulips are three tear drop petals, cut with a paper puncher, The grass blades are strips of two toned green paper, The bottom tier was inspired by a paper craft that I made with my son in our mommy and me class. I was very pleased how this new technique turned out.
A cake for a Mom
I love making cakes, but when the cakes are for Icing Smiles it makes it even better.
This cake was a sweet girl named Michelle. She wanted the cake to celebrate her Mom's birthday. They asked for roses, butterflies, purple and blue, so this is what I designed for them.
A sweet cake for a special friend...
Freedom is not free:
This cake, inspired by the Venezuelan flag, honors ALL the BRAVE Venezuelan Students that are fighting for freedom!!! (March 2014)
Lines and Flowers
This is one of my most popular designs and the inspiration for Ennas' Cake Design logo!
1st Holy Communion
This cake was for a 1st Holy Communion of a friend's brother. For the Bible I used rice krispies covered with modeling chocolate and for the Holy Host and the rosary gumpaste.
Nothing better than the nativity scene to celebrate Christmas. I used modeling chocolate for the first time on this cake after taking Lauren Kitchens' Craftsy class: Intro To Modeling Chocolate.
I made this cake for my RCIA group's Christmas party. Some of my friends thought it was a centerpiece :-)
I was so happy to finally have the chance to make a Great Gatsby cake, I so wanted to make an Art Deco cake and I finally did!
This cake was so much fun to make, it's a three tier cake 8", 6" and 4". The bottom tier has wafer paper fringe, 50/50 pearls and brooch. For the middle tier I used the wax paper transfer technique, to get that clean and beautifull gold lines. I used a puncher and Wilton's edible paper painted in gold to make the lace on the top tier and the feathers are wafer paper.
I made this cake for my sweet husband on Valentine's Day! It's covered in Ganache and dusted with gold luster dust, to give it and antique look. The hearts are yellow, rose and white gold, inspired by Cartier.
With this mustache over kinetic background cake we celebrated my Husband and Dad on Father's Day. The background is inspired by Cruz-Diez's work.
A paper craft my kids made at school for valentine's day became the inspiration for this cake.
Specially made for a Meals on Wheels Fundraiser Dinner Party, Italy was the theme. I was happy to be able to help with this incredible cause.
This cake became wildly popular when Crafty's I (Heart) Cake Decorating selected it as its image on Facebook.
A Fun Cake for bingo night.
A Very Pink Birthday
This one was for my Mother in law's 60th birthday. She loves pink, gold and all that's shinny. That's why I decided to make her this design with gold, sequins and my very first peony.
The Evergreen State
This farewell cake celebrates one of my husband's coworkers who accepted a job in Washington state. The evergreens are made of modeling chocolate and the butterflies of Wilton's edible paper.
A special cake for my lovely mom.
Inspiration can come from everywhere. I wasn't sure about the color palette for this cake until I found the ribbon, it was a perfect match.
Hansel & Gretel
I was invited by CakeCentral Magazine to participate in the October 2013 issue (vol. 4, issue 10) that featured cakes inspired by Arthur Rackham's illustration of the classic Hansel & Gretel. A geometric style serves to represent the forest while overlaid dark silhouettes delineate the characters in the original painting.
This pretty cake was to welcome my parents. who where visiting from Venezuela. This cake features Marina Sousa's folded square technique which she explains in her Craftsy Designer Fondant Textures Class.
The hexagon shaped flowers imitate floor tiles, and to give some life to the bow and ribbon I added texture using a rubber stamp.