It’s been a few weeks now since my three girls and I created an intergalactic cake. And when I say intergalactic, I reallymean it. Because my friend Laura wanted to surprise her boyfriend, who is an avid Stwar Wars fan, with a selfmade Star Wars birthday cake. And she asked me, to help her out. Ha! It would have been a shame to refuse such an opportunity. After all, a Star Wars themed cake has been on my To-Bake list for quite some time now and it’s a perfect occasion to turn a pitch-black fondant into a space fondant. Yay!
It’s about time for another creative outburst. And this might work best with a cute looking fondant cake. I promise, this time it is something as cute as a button – a fabulous unicorn cake. Luckily, I can let my imagination run free. And after an extensive and inspiring web-based research, I’ve chosen the portrayal of a unicorn head.
Hooray! I have a new baking order. This time it will be a birthday cake with birthday wishes and a little surprise. No, it won’t be a pinata cake (at least not this time). No, the birthday girl will be surprised with a trip to the Hamburg Dungeon. I can say that now, because she already received the cake. I had to combine both things on the birthday cake which was a bit tricky. It took some time. But this is my final version.
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…or my comic version of a VW minibus:
At the end of this month, I will present a very special cake. This sample isn’t for me though, it’s for one of my best friends. He is such a huge fan of VW minibusses, he already possesses two of those classic cars. That’s reason enough to give him one (well, three) gift certificate(s) for VW spare parts and a minibus cake, of course.