This cake took a lot out of me. I started doing it and then by the end of the day didn't think it was as good as I can do so ended up getting rid of the third tier and taking off all of the decorations on the second tier. With much help from my husband and look hours into the night (and morning) we ended up with this, which I am very pleased with. Since I got rid of the third tier of cake I made the cupcakes so there was enough to feed everyone.
I was given such a great opportunity to do this cake for a young girls baptism. It is a four tier/5 layer cake. The second and fourth tier are smaller sizes to make a cute staggered look. Took me forever, but loved the outcome. This cake is currently entered into a cake decorating contest!
Cliff retired and had a party put on by his wife who asked me to make this cake for him in May of 2010. I did a yellow, and chocolate cake put side by side and covered with fondant. All of the cake toppers are made of rice crispy treats and fondant. The first time I have ever tried to do molding for edible people.
In May of 2010 I made this cake for a BBQ we did in Pitts. PA. It turned out really cool-I think. Just used yellow cake for the buns, brownies for the meat and fondant for the cheese, onions and lettuce.
This cake is also a three tier/6 layer cake with confetti, chocolate and yellow cakes. Some Young Women put on a fundraiser to help them earn some money for camp, and I gave this to let them auction off. It was made around April 20010.