Tawna Richard's Blog Posts Tagged 'cakes' (3)

Super Hero Squad Cake

Super Hero Squad Fondant Cake

So it was my friend’s grandsons ante birthday and he wanted a super hero squad cake. You know I have been “dabbling” in the cake decorating for a while and I knew I could pull this off so I offered to make his cake!…

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Added by Tawna Richard on December 10, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments

My super hero squad cake!

Super Hero Squad Fondant Cake

 

So it was my friend’s grandsons ante birthday and he wanted a super hero squad cake. You know I have been “dabbling” in the cake decorating for a while and I knew I could pull this off so I offered to make his cake!…

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Added by Tawna Richard on December 10, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments

My First Halloween cake!

My First Fondant Halloween Cake!



I was browsing around the Internet for some cool Halloween cakes. I came across one that I loved and did not totally copy it but did use it as a pattern. I wish I remembered what blog it was from because I would give them credit for the idea. I have searched Google and few times, using the…

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Added by Tawna Richard on November 4, 2011 at 8:37am — No Comments

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