This funky little electric guitar was for Marc’s 50th birthday. I used all sorts of candy for the frets and other guitar parts. His wife requested I used two of his faves: Kit Kat chocolate bars and chocolate covered coffee beans. Done! I also used chocolate mint sticks, jujubes and a Lifesaver.
Marc loved it and I know he’ll rock his 50s!
My friend Terry is a funky bluesman who has an affinity for wearing leopard print shirts. When I was asked to do his birthday cake, I figured why not do an electric guitar cake with a leopard vibe? Perfect! And on the night of his birthday party, he was wearing leopard. Score!
This carrot cake fed 40 party-goers for “baby” Adam’s birthday. Apparently the rock ‘n’ roll drummer was turning 30. Hope his party rocked!
This cake was for a sweet little girl whose party had a music theme. Famke, at age five, has just taken up the cello. Who knows? Maybe the piano is next.
I made this cake for a friend who collects Fender amps. He was turning 40 and his wife asked me to make this amp to go along with the electric guitar cake I also made. What fun!
When I was asked to do an accordion cake, I must admit I lost a little sleep. How would I do the squeezy part? Buttons or keyboard? (buttons!) After much research of what a squeeze box really looks like I squeezed out this cake. Hope Anna loves it as much as I loved making it.
Brad’s first electric guitar, when he was a young kid, was red. His mom thought it’d be fun for him to revisit it!