Sunday, January 23, 2011

Junior Master Chef Cake

With all the excitement of Christmas/New Year and then focussing on the year ahead and all the possibilities that lie there-in, I forgot to share some pics of my daughter Tilly's birthday cake.

She turned 10 on December 22nd.

Normally, with a birthday on the horizon, I lie awake at nights (seems to be when I am at my most creative) trying to come up with an original idea for a cake. Well this time, with all the busy-ness of end of year stuff, it just slipped my mind. So this cake was very last minute.

Tilly was really into Junior Master Chef last year so thought this cake was appropriate.






Danneke (13), Tilly (Talitha - 10)
Fortunately for both girls they have inherited their Dad's height and not mine. I am doomed to be the shortest in the family :-/



The cake isn't huge - I scoured kitchen shops for mini utensils such as the sifter, mixing bowl and cake tin.












I have a blog to recommend :o)
Meg is from Adelaide (South Australia). She has recently recovered some chairs and I was blown away by the results, especially of her office chair! Take a look!!
Angex



15 comments:

Amanda said...

I had to look twice at that cake - for a second I thought it was an actual apron!! You are very clever Ange. What gorgeous girls you have x

Just Martha said...

That looks wonderful!! Clever you...

Meg and Mum's said...

I had to a second look as well! I was scrolling down and when I got to the end and I thought "so where's the cake?" So this is what you produce at the "last minute"? UNBELIEVABLE! It looks incredible Ange. I'd love to see what you come up with when you actually think about it for a week or so :)
Thanks for the tag too!
Megs xx

Jenny said...

Very clever and creative! I bet your daughter loved it. ;-)

Bayside Rose said...

Gorgeous girls and gorgeous cake. Pam x

Julie Johnson said...

Since it's morning, I looked three times to find the cake. Wow...amazing!!!

Jen said...

Oh my gosh, that is so cool!! What a creative design!

Happy Monday Darling! xo

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Hamptontoes said...

It wasn't until the last photo that I realized it was a real cake...wow...you are talented! Happy birthday to your "little" gal!

Kym said...

Wow Ange..how very talented you are...that cake is amazing...I bet your daughter was a very happy young lady. I hope she had a wonderful birthday. I am also glad to here that I am not the only one with a decorating addiction! Have a great day ~ Kym X

Raine and Sage said...

Unbelievable cake? I also had to look two, three times. Wow and well done! Gorgeous girls too. Loved the artwork in prior post. They look great framed. Talented family! x
PS - Loved Megs chairs too.

A Room For Everyone said...

Oh my goodness! That is incredible and what a great mum you are Ange - finding all those mini utensils. Your daughters are super gorgeous too, what lovely girls. Rachaelxx

theoldboathouse said...

Hey ange,you have so many talents! That cake is fantastic.happy birthday beautiful Tilly. I was sorry I missed you the other day at the WAC I was really looking forward to it . I hope though now sandy is there you will be able to come up again soon xxx katherine

Tara said...

Ange,it looks fab!!..Can't wait to see your reveal..xx

Fiona said...

great cake - i was scrolling down looking for the cake - i thought you got the apron as a present for your daughter to help you make the cake. looks wonderful.
cheers fiona

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