Hi guys! Sorry for the late post, but today's been a busy cleaning day for me. Plus my brother and nephew Malachi are here so I'm also playing host. Today's cake was made on the weekend for a lovely lady named Sally. She goes to my parents' church. We call her Nanay (which means Mother) Sally. She is such a nice lady and she always makes me smile. She is super sweet and I love her to bits!
My Mum asked me to make a small cake for her. I had been up all night working on two other cakes (which includes the All Blacks one here) that I totally forgot about this one! I had already baked the cake though, thank goodness! My parents came over to collect the cake and I was like "what cake?" OH BOY!! (as my Grandmother would say). I quickly grabbed the cake from the fridge, iced it in buttercream, then rolled some white fondant and covered that baby. Then I quickly rolled some other coloured fondant (that I already had on hand) and grabbed my daisy cutters and cut away, placed them on the cake, piped some writing on, added a gold candle and a gold bow and VOILA! Done baby! All in less than ten minutes, which I think is not bad at all!! This quickie was a lot quicker than my last one (here). Mind you the last one was done in a car, so I had less room and materials to work with.
Here are some pics for you all to enjoy! Please don't be too harsh now...remember, this one was a quick job! I still loved how it turned out, though. :-)
I hope you enjoyed this post! Have a wonderful Wednesday and see you again tomorrow!!