Cakes by Babs

have some more pictures of the captain america cupcakes

i made captain america cupcakes :)
to be honest, cupcakes are the bane of my existence and i despise them, but my coworker asked for cupcakes, so he’s getting cupcakes.

i made captain america cupcakes :)

to be honest, cupcakes are the bane of my existence and i despise them, but my coworker asked for cupcakes, so he’s getting cupcakes.

This cake just about melted on its two mile drive to its destination! So, as promised, a couple more pictures of my Hulkbuster cake!

Mardi Gras!

This was the most time consuming cake I have ever made! Oh goodness, it took all day long, and I prepared the roses the night before!

The cake is frosted in Pastry Pride, spray-colored with Wilton’s frosting spray color, and the masks, roses and characters are made of buttercream frosting. Sadly, the beads and coins were not edible.

Here is a very simple Mickey Mouse cake I made for my mother’s birthday.

The cake is frosted in Pastry Pride, Mickey Mouse is made of buttercream frosting.

Another cake for Trevor! He said Charizard, so he got Charizard.

This cake is frosted entirely in buttercream frosting.

This is the only picture i have of Tanner’s Legend Of Zelda cake. I wish I had a few more, the detail work on this cake is fantastic and i was super proud of it. Alas, here’s the only picture… enjoy!
This cake was frosted entirely in buttercream frosting.

This is the only picture i have of Tanner’s Legend Of Zelda cake. I wish I had a few more, the detail work on this cake is fantastic and i was super proud of it. Alas, here’s the only picture… enjoy!

This cake was frosted entirely in buttercream frosting.

AAAAAAAANNNND

i’ve reached my photo upload limit for the day.

more cakes to come! including mickey mouse, michael phelps and a few better images of the hulkbuster cake.

stay tuned!

When my cousin’s son Gabriel (age 4) was signing up for a library card, the librarian asked him for his full name. He replied with Gabriel Mason Bond, Superhero.

The design is by the lovely Christina Klein (here’s her tumblr). The action figures were purchased from Target. There is a Superman action figure too, but he was too top heavy to stand with the cake, so we just let Gabriel have that one. We went to six different stores looking for a batman action figure and we could not find one anywhere, so we resorted to a Wilton frosting spray paint stencil.

My sister, Amanda, wanted a fairy on a pink cake. The fairy and words are buttercream, everything else is pastry pride.

The original image was found as a tattoo design on deviant art. Unfortunately, after browsing for 43 pages, I can’t seem to find the original. If anyone out there has a link to the original or knows who originally designed it, hit me up, I’ll add a source.