A couple months back while browsing on Amazon, I came across the Wilton Romantic Castle Cake Set and knew I had to give it a try for Baby Girl’s birthday party. We had the party yesterday and it was a crazy affair, with a total of 14 kids and a Double Cannon Blast Slide (though we bought a different, better model of the same thing from Sam’s Club). Anyway, here’s my account of the ordeal I went through to make this cake.
Making a 9th Anniversary FFXI Cake
It’s hard to believe that just at the start of this month, I’d never done a fondant cake before because I was too scared and now here I am two weeks later doing my second. I wasn’t even planning on doing it. The opportunity just presented itself.
Last week, my boss said she wanted to do a little cake celebration for my co-worker on Monday. I volunteered to bake a cake since I still had tons of black fondant leftover from my Hunger Games cake.
Making The Cake That Was On Fire
I’m sure that I’m like bazillions of other moms out there that occasionally, while surfing the web a week before a kids’ birthday, come across a flat out gorgeous and mind-blowing fondant cake that is entirely outside the realm of possibility. I mean, who has the time to do that kind of work?
I had one co-worker who frequently took the time to make amazing cakes for our office and I always wondered why she did it.