These dinos remind me of “We Are Dinosaurs!” of Sanrio. Yes, for the younger ones, you probably never knew that Sanrio had dinosaurs too! 😀
It’s generally difficult to decorate a cake when you’re given a vague theme. A “sunshine” cake could also get as generic as it gets, but when our clients allow us to let our imagination run wild, we really enjoy making up stories, and infusing them with details as we think them up. This way, not only are our clients surprised when they finally see the cake, we end up going on a journey too. And for this “Sunshine” themed set, we took a leisurely stroll in the woods and found all these adorable animals enjoying a golden afternoon 🙂
This set came with a two-tier cake, a couple of our delicious puffins (cream-filled puffed pastries) with yellow and orange sprinkles, and mini cupcakes with 2D suns 🙂
Sabrina Fairchild: I might as well be reaching for the moon.
Baron St. Fontanel: The moon?
Baron St. Fontanel: [laughs] Oh, you young people! You are so old-fashioned. Have you not heard? We are building rockets to reach the moon!
The last time we had a space cake, I really wanted to put aliens, but my client would rather not. But when my high school batch mate sent me her invitation, there were aliens, so YAY! ❤
I get a lot of Safari cake inquiries, AND I LOVE IT! 🙂
Obviously, I really love making animals. This is just another variation of our safari cake! I wanted to do something more extreme than the previous ones, so what the heck, I put a cheeky, vine-swinging monkey!
Hope you enjoy this as much I enjoyed making it 😀
How about another Dreamscapes cake? 😀
What I had to work with?
I have to admit, it was a real challenge thinking how I was going to make this cake as vibrant as my other cakes, but it was refreshing to be working with a limited colour palette of white and blue. I had to infuse other colours to make it come alive, but yeah, I think that it turned pretty Greeky!
When Jac forwarded me her moodboard, one thing popped into my mind- The Parthenon Frieze! Ironically, you won’t find it in Greece, but in the British Museum (to my advantage!) 😀 Allegedly, the British stole these goodies, but like I said, allegedly. On the walls of the museum, they said they were gifts from Greece. Hehe.
I loved looking through these walls because they told stories of life in the past, from parties, to simple day-to-day living activities. War stories, boring. Men drinking, drunk all over the floor- HILARIOUS! 😀
How about the wise men of the greek world?!
And Zeus’ thunder bolts!
So there, sorry for such a long post! But I remembered these photos, and yeah! That museum was awesome 😀 Hehe