I made this cake as a donation for the cake auction at the for the Madagascar School Project fundraising dinner, a worthy cause to which I donate a cake annually.
In this case, I made a three-tiered lemon sponge with key lime curd between the layers, surrounded by a cloud of lemon-orange buttercream. I topped off the confection with pink and yellow buttercream tulips to echo the start of spring.
I hope it makes a bit of money for a very worthy cause.
This cake was a donation for the Madagascar School Project’s annual fundraising dinner where they have a cake auction and folks at each table bid and then promptly cut the cake and eat it. My friend started the Madagascar School Project and now with the schools finally built, funds are needed to run them. A good cause, I try to help them out every year. For me it’s also a good chance to try new designs and experiment. This one was just going crazy with flowers and fondant.
I donated this cake for a cake auction fundraiser for the Madagascar School dinner held last night. A friend of mine started the Madagascar School initiative, where she actually built a primary, middle and high school in an area where children had no schools at all. Their penultimate fundraiser is an annual dinner that includes a cake auction. The cakes go for crazy high amounts and are cut and eaten at the table by the bidders. A lot of fun and a good cause too. Not sure what this beauty went for, but I’m hoping the school made a good buck on it. To read more, click on this link: Madagascar School Project.
My version of a fondant dahlia, in various colours. Very summery, fun, bright cake!
This cake was made as a donation to raise funds for the Madagascar School Project. They have an annual cake auction as a fundraiser and I’m hoping that my small donation will make a difference to these school children.