Like I said last week, here’s a nursery rhyme inspired cake! And yes, the baby is hanging on a tree ❤
When my client requested for a nursery rhyme cake, the first thing that came into my mind was a cow jumping over a moon. But then, she wanted specifically, Rock-a-bye, baby theme, and I LOVE that she said she wanted something for a baby girl, but not pink!
So there, no pink, but I tried to make it as girly as I possibly could. Well, I guess without pink, I had to focus on making it adorable 😀
And yes, I couldn’t stop at a baby on a cradle, so to add more life, I put these curious little critters to entertain the little baby! After all, it’s kinda boring when you’re hanging up on a tree.
So there 😀 This, I think stands as one of my favourites because it’s so simple ❤
Next week, I think we’ll rest from tree cakes. I’m still thinking of what to post, but I have a feeling, Imma choose something bippity boppity boo. 😀
’til next week!
It’s not a secret that our company is London-inspired. And I can’t hide how much I miss just walking around, being in a beautiful city, and sitting down in the park to enjoy a bit of sun (during the rare occasions it finally decides to come out). My last days in London were quite sentimental.
Big Ben at Sunset
Putney Bridge in the morning
I was alone most of the time, so I spent it just walking close to my flat (which was conveniently a 15-minute walk to the Tower Bridge and all those cheesy London landmarks).
Tower Bridge as I left it.
Two days before my flight home, it was almost autumn, but the sun was still fighting the bit of cold that was already creeping into the city. I sat down on a bench in front of the Tower of London, facing Tower Bridge and the Thames River and just looked at the city I knew I was going to leave my heart in until I could get it back. Until then, I’m going to have to make more (much more) cakes. (So please order more cakes! Haha)
For the meantime, here’s a hot air balloon cake, with the popular London skyline (minus the Shard because it’s hazardous to train drivers hehe).
Cheers and much love,