Saturday, January 30, 2010

Mickey & Minnie Mouse for Eva



This was a big cake, 12" x 18" with buttercream filling and frosting.  Eva is my daughter's friends little girl and she's crazy for these two little characters.  The palm trees and lettering are gumpaste and Mickey and Minnie are in colourflow.  I've been decorating for heaven knows how many years and have never mastered those pokey parchment bags that you fold up yourself.  Well, with all those colours in the colourflow section,  I made myself work at folding until I got it to work. 
Eva has had two other cakes from me.  The first was when she was adopted to her wonderful new Mum and Dad.  I think this was a 12" x 18" too, fondant with colourflow lettering.  The Chinese characters represent her name "Eva" in Chinese.  The bottom corner has a large peony and sprigs of cherry blossom and a baby in the middle of the flower. 

For her second birthday (her first birthday in Canada) I gave her a bunch of playful monkeys with balloons.  The balloons were made with bent floral wire with a coloured mixture of gelatin.

5 comments:

Betty said...

Diane, this cake is lovely ..what a lucky litte girl to have had such beautiful cakes made for her..Well done

hetty said...

Your cake is wonderful! I have no idea what colourflow is, but you have certainly mastered the folded parchment bags. (not really sure what they are either) Great job! Lucky little girl!

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful cake!

Neil Slorance

Plays with Needles said...

These cakes are complete works of art! The blossoms on Eva's adoption cake are magnificent and the little baby inside the blossom is sublime! You are SO talented!!

gocrazywithme said...

Diane, you are woman of many talents! Lucky Eva getting such fun cakes.