This was a wedding we did in Springdale at the Switchback.
This cake was three different flavors...
Carrot Cake with cream cheese filling and frosting,
Milk Chocolate Cake with
Chocolate Ganache and Chocolate Fudge Filling
White Cake with Fresh Strawberry Mousse Filling.
I love to show Bloomers amazing work
when I remember to take a picture.
There flowers always amaze me!
These fun Cupcakes
went to Entrada.
We mimicked their invitations
on the sugar discs.
with Vanilla Butter Cream.
This cake was for the cutest Bride.
The reception was at the new
Washington Community Center.
Her colors were
Dusty Gray Aqua
Terra Cotta and Dark Brown.
This cake sat on one of our new metal stands.
This went to Villa Gardens,
All Red Velvet with Cream Cheese Filling.
This is one of two classes i took from Norman and Zane.
String work. Wow I AM in heaven!
Norman Davis instructing me!!!
I was seriously awe struck!
These are the little butterfly, lady bug and firefly that
Zane (we are on a first name basis) taught us.
I had died and went to Heaven at the Cake Camp!
Here I am sitting at the bar working right along with
Zane Beg and Norman Davis from The Sweet Life in Virginia!
See my guys above trying to get in the picture!
She told us her whole life story~
We learned dusting flowers and leaves from
Ruth. She was on TV last Sunday and
won the challenge with her African Cake.
We started with white flowers and
dusted them to rich amazing colors!
Four - Eight colors on each flower.
Keith Ryder and I making painted gum paste flowers.
This was probably my least fav class at camp....
But look at me! I was freaking exhausted!
Becky Rink and I.
We made a sculpted fish from rice crispies.
She was also on TV on the challenge.
Jenny took a class from Marina Sousa
They made sugar beads,
they were beautiful!
Jenny also took classes from: Janet Foster, RolandWinbeckler
Kathy Scott, Janet Foster, Collette Peters and more.This is Jennifer with Nicholas Lodge!!!!!!
He is a sugar flower genius!!!
I wish I would have taken this
Her flowers were good before,
but you should see them now!!!!
I took a writing on cakes
He could write so beautifully!
Well this is just a flash of what we did and what we learned!
I could just do cake camp everyday of my life!
We were so tired though because
we were trying to fit so much in!
There were just so many choices of
amazing things to learn!
There were like 100 classes
to choose from.
Jenny and I split up so we
could learn different things.
The classes were anywhere
from 2-6 hours long.
We registered back in April.
There were so many classes that I
wanted to take and didn't.
maybe next year.
We were up at 6:30 a.m.
and did not get done until after 9 p.m.