Sunday, January 30, 2011


 Welcome to the 80's my friends! We tried something new with our cakes by adding an actual speaker box to the bottom of the cake. We had run speakers from the box to an MP3 player. This was a very fun birthday cake to make for a dear friend! The cake worked perfect for the party and ended up being a huge hit!

This is just the top of a cupcake stand that we made. It was a monkey themed party and we had matching cupcakes to go with the theme. We made little monkey heads to top the cupcakes with. I will add a photo with the whole stand put together.  

My father-in-laws birthday happened to fall on the same weekend as the big Packer/Bears game. So not only was this cake fitting since he is a HUGE Packers fan, but it also doubled as a   'Congratulations, we're going to the Super Bowl' cake! 

Welcome to the new year!

First of all, we'd like to thank everyone who continues to visit our site and check out our cakes! We love what we do and look forward to making many more creations this year.

We hope you all had an amazing year in 2010 and we wish that 2011 brings you everything you'd imagined! 

Please feel free to email us with any questions or concerns that you have regarding any of our cakes. Also, if you'd like to order a cake or cupcakes, please let us know and we will get right back to you with some information. 

Thank you again!
Cindi & Bradene

November & December 2010 Cakes

 The tennis cake was a birthday cake for a friend's sister. We did a play on the score, since she was turning 45. We also made a tennis net for the center, but we put that on once we delivered it to make sure it didn't break. 

A martini cake! We did a similar design to the margarita cake. This was made for a birthday as well. We added the green olives and a stir stick to make it more like an actual martini. 

This was a birthday cake that we made for Bradene's husband, Mark. He enjoys a Monster energy drink every now an then, so we found it fitting to make it for him. 

Yes, these are both cakes! We made a cake to fit into the margarita glass and then also a small matching cake for the rest of the guests. The small cake was accented with lime slices and coordinating colors to the margarita cake.