Edible Art of The Month

Friday, January 17, 2014 – Dianne Howells

This Schnauzer dog birthday cake was based on a gorgeous design from the very talented “The Designer Cake Company” in the UK (based on their fabulous online tutorial). The birthday girls daughter had seen a previous cake that I had made with this design and wanted a “Salt & Pepper Schnauzer” version for her mums 60th birthday. The cake is a Cherry Ripe Mud with a choc cherry ripe filling made for 25 portions.
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Sunday, January 12, 2014 – Violet Tran

This was made for a 21st birthday and I was given free reign over the design, with the only stipulations being that it be in the birthday girl's favourite colour of Tiffany blue, and have bows.  So this is what I came up with which I was very pleased with.  Thanks for the consideration.  Also a few quick questions, is each cake only considered for the day it is submitted and can a cake only be submitted once?  Thanks, Violet
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Thursday, January 09, 2014 – Colleen Jackson-Pascoe

"My first ever book the recipients are best Travis' grandparents ordered the cake with a week notice (I usually like 2 weeks) - then just 3 days before delivery, they called to ask if I could please add Matt to the name part of the cake (his mum passed away recently as well so it was important to include Matt!)... they allowed me to make what ever design I wanted. Everyone was thrilled to pieces with the cake, it had to travel a couple of hundred kilometres (with the grandparents) - the grandmother rang me all flustered to tell me…
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Monday, January 06, 2014 – Michelle Curran

"Film Inspiration– A Christmas Carol Marley’s at the Door” A Christmas Wish Baked by Michelle “Chef Mitchie” Curran, Las Vegas, NV USA Written By Celeste Curran-Smith The movie and scene I chose to re-create in edible medium is from the 2009 animated version of “A Christmas Carol”. As Ebenezer Scrooge returns to his home from his bleak & miserable work day he encounters his old business partner in place of his home’s door knocker. The scene from the animated version is INTENSE & SUSPENSEFUL! The first time I saw it I was startled and sunk lower into my seat! With…
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Sunday, January 05, 2014 – hayley lankston

Gravitydefying milk jug I was lucky enough to attend a class with Sharon Wee Creations, where I made this gravity defying cake, yes its cake!!. Both the bowl AND jug are cake. I learnt lots of new skills, met some lovely people and I hope you agree I came home with a pretty awesome cake. Hope you like
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Thursday, January 02, 2014 – Jo Orr

"Made for one of our girls at work Birthday, Rebecca loves antique birdcages so I airbrushed all the accents with copper sheen & the Lace is my own recipe (recipe avaliable from in booklet 5 all proceeds go to the Make a Wish Foundation), My recipe for lace handles being airbrushed really well so was able to create a copper look then shaed with cocoa powder to give it an aged look Cake is 8” in diameter & stood 16” high, Double Chocolate Devils food cake with Dark Chocolate Ganache her favourite flavour, blossoms are simple hand pulled flowers"
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