I had the opportunity to create the Millenium Falcon for an 8 year old's birthday party. To say that he was excited when he saw this cake would be an understatement. His reaction made the many hours of creating worth it. Sorry for all the pics. There is a lot of detail on this cake and I wanted to document all of it. For a fun look at my progress as a cake decorator, take a look at the 2009 album over in archives, I did a couple Millenium Falcons back then. It is fun to see the difference in cakes.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
It has been a long time since I have posted pics of cake projects that I have done, so I am playing catch up. This post will be a handful of cakes I have done in the past 18+ months. There are a few posts, beyond this one, with other recent cakes, however it was taking too long to post each cake on its own, so here you go, in no particular order.
The Lost in Space Robot, B-9.
The order for this great cake came with the following description, "Can you make me a blue ball thingy (planet) for my Star Wars Legos?" You bet buddy!
A little bit of minion fun!
A Halo character ripping through the top of the cake for an 8 year old's birthday party.
The Fairy Pirate and her map, complete with a garden of flowers, toadstools, small creatures, and pixie dust.
This cake was for a friend that graduated from nursing school. I made this cake to help her celebrate her amazing accomplishment.
Happy 80's Dance Party Birthday!
A bucket of water balloons for a water themed birthday party.
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