March 27, 2011

TY's Happy BugDay


Tybalt wanted a buggy birthday, so a buggy birthday he shall have...


Chocolate ants attacking Orange Swits (my favorite candy from childhood, after M-Egg)!


 Chocolate bees on butterball honeycomb. Yummy... I think I ate all the left over fondant hahah! 


Awww... Nikka told me to limit the cutie stuff, I figured a lil butterfly wouldn't hurt. 
Loooove luster dust!


I think this was my favorite, the little caterpillars that I patterned over the worms our houseplants use to have. Don't think the hairy ones would look real with fondant anyway.


Aaaah... the dragonfly with his edible wings.


This beehive theme was an adaptation from a cupcake book cover (I forget which one). I daresay mine look more real!


Happy birthday Ty! Please don't ask for dinosaurs next year. =) *gulp!*

7 comments:

Workyholic said...

How adorable! The bee cupcakes are especially cute.

Kraze Kitch Bakeshop said...

Thanks Workyholic... got the idea from some book. Just modified a few things..

jakie and the beadstalk said...

what can i say, wow! love the honeycombs. luurrrrrv the catterpillar. btw, did you make the wings of the butterfly and dragon fly?

Anonymous said...

Hi! I would like to know if you used fondant icing for those bees and all those "made of fondant like" designs for your cakes? If so, were they made from scratch? If not, may I know what's icing you used for them? :) Thanks!

Kraze Kitch Bakeshop said...

Hi, yes I used homemade marshmallow fondant, mixed with a little tylose to harden them. It would have looked the same if I had opted to use Satin Ice gumpaste, which is my go-to for flowers and thin decors. Personally I prefer using scratch fondant, the only difference really is it's a bit "grainier" compared to commercial icing where they use big machines to make sure the sugars are smooth and dissolved. for the bees it doesn't really matter. =)

Anonymous said...

How did you do the wings for the dragonfly ??

Anonymous said...

how much and where is ur store located in davao?