Cake Class II


Cake class!  This is my second project cake, basketweave trim and royal icing flowers.


The roses were fun, the lilies were fun.


The white primroses with inadvertent pink trim were fun (there was some rose pink leftover in my piping bag when I put in the white, and they came out like this!  Which is great because, primroses really look like that!).


But my heart really belongs to those little blue violets.  Such unassuming little fellows, spending all of their time making their companions pop.


But without them, this cake would be a mess of pink and orange.

Shine on, little blue violets.  Shine on.

9 comments:

Navaneetham Krishnan said...

Lovely deco and it' so attractive. Got some ideas now on how I can go about decorating cakes but to tell you the truth, I seldom bake.

Anne Regalado said...

So pretty , Anna ! Those roses are beautifully-made :) Just love the blue violets here and there - its color is really attractive and such a gorgeous backdrop for all those other colors :D

jeannesioux said...

Anna, this is truly beautiful. Toooo pretty to eat!!!!

Tiff said...

Wow!! This looks so amazing! The decor looks really great. What kind of cake did you choose to bake? Vanilla? Chocolate? Mango?

a. maren said...

thanks, navaneetham! eh, different courses for different horses, right? SOMEONE needs to be making the delicious green mango tarts, right?

a. maren said...

thank you anne! i so appreciate your comments. :)

a. maren said...

thanks jeanne :) yes it's sort of heart breaking to eat food you've spent such a long time making, but then wouldn't it be worse NOT to eat it? that's what i tell myself.

a. maren said...

thank you tiff! it's just a vanilla cake in there. i am a big fan of vanilla, honestly. although mango sounds like a great idea...

Howard said...

This is great!