Back to School: Mini Cakes

July 11, 2008 at 6:52 pm | Posted in cakes & tortes, classes, sweet things | 26 Comments

collection of mini cakes

With so much going on the last couple weeks, I forgot to tell you that I took course on decorating “mini cakes” at Planet Cake in Balmain.  In one day, we did a little handbag, a watering can, a present box and a simple two-tier cake.

two tier mini cake

Doing work in miniature requires a lot of concentration!  I’m glad to know how to do the gift box, as I’ve seen that one around (usually in Tiffany blue).  And the two-tier had endless decoration possibilities.  Right now, I’m taking a gumpaste flower course there…I’ll report back on that one in a few days.

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  1. Wow, those are really neat! I love the watering can.

  2. Wow, those look lovely, too good to eat!

  3. Beautiful! The class must have been hard, but a ton of fun!

  4. Wow those cakes are amazing. I would love to learn how to do those specific cakes. You are very talented!

  5. First time on your blog. Very cute cakes. Good luck with sugarpaste !!

    Anitha

  6. they are so pretty!! i love all of the tiny details :)

  7. Those cakes are so pretty! I love the little purse.

  8. When I landed on your blog this morning, seeing those minis cakes… I was sure, I would have put my hand to burn that your post was about cakes you ordered for a wedding, a shower or whatever else occasion… but never could I imagine you had made them yourself!
    Wow… I’m impressed!
    I’m not sure if you are an “At home mom” or an “Out of the house professional” …either way, you should consider cake baking and decorating as an eventual retirement plan! LOL …who knows, you could end up stocking up to spend the rest of you days loundging around, somewhere in Polynesia, sipping cocktails and being massaged all day!
    Really, those cakes are sublime!

  9. They are adorable, Steph. I love the lilac color!

  10. Wow, simply stunning!

  11. These are beautiful Steph!

  12. How beautiful! I agree, you could make a fortune doing those as a business!

  13. Oh, how lovely! I couldn’t even dream of working with fondant like this.

  14. love all of it! especially the watering can and handbag!

  15. so impressed with the mini cakes! im still afraid of fondant….

  16. Great job!! They’re all really beautiful. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a class for miniatures here.

  17. Thanks so much for the comments! You should see what the experts at Planet Cake can do– their work is truly unbelievable, and I’m really glad they teach courses thoughout the year!

  18. Gorgeous!

  19. wow, your cakes are amazing Steph! I love the purse. I totally aspire to your cleverness!!

  20. Its me again. I awarded you a blog award, so if you get a chance check out my blog and pass it on. I wish you could help me with the fondant cake I am making this week!

  21. Steph, you are a genius. These cakes are so beautiful. I cannot imagine that you have to cut them…aaaahhhhhh!!!!

  22. wow amazing cakes! great job!!

  23. Oh how adorable these are! Well done, I’m hopeless at this kind of thing!

  24. So pretty! I love the little two tiered cake!

  25. I’m so impressed! I’m hoping I find the patience one day to do this kind of work!

  26. These are adorable! I love the watering can. What a great idea!!


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