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Sunday last week was my gorgeous husband’s 28th birthday and I wanted to make this birthday cake the best one yet (see the previous birthday cakes I’ve made for him here and here). He’s a big fan of the Aston Martin DB9 car so I decided that’s what I would make. It turned out to be a bit more of a challenge than I expected but still turned out pretty well for a first attempt – he was pretty wrapped with it anyway and that’s all that counts 🙂
Well we are well into January now, but seeing as I haven’t posted yet this year first of all I wanted to wish everyone a very happy New Year!
2012 was a pretty big year for me – for one thing I got married to my wonderful man in June! But amongst other amazing things that happened, I also discovered two new hobbies – cake decorating and blogging 🙂
Here are some highlights of my first year of being a blogger and cake decorator:
My very first fondant decorated cake that made it onto this blog was for my lovely husband’s (though he wasn’t my husband yet at the time) birthday last year:
You can read the blog entry here.
I’ve been crazy busy the last few weeks so I didn’t get a chance to post my most recent cake from 2 weeks ago – a Halloween-themed cake for a 16th birthday.
This one was so much fun to make! The cake inside was a dark chocolate mud cake layered with white and dark chocolate ganache and crushed Oreos.
Actually the title of this blog entry is a bit misleading as the wine bottle was the only non-edible part of the cake!
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