Friday, 9 December 2011

Well, I've been a naughty little blogger...

... or not. I suspect I'm probably not allowed to call myself a blogger given that I can barely manage a post a month, and this two-month gap is rather inexcusable. Still, should have a fair few makes to share with you - my sincerest apologies for the delay! Some of these have never been seen, like the first one - some Technics decks for a DJ cake pop fan!

Because I've got so many to show you this time, I'm just going to tell you about my favourite ones. I think October was a fabulous month for me, but very hectic. I got to try my hand at the Japanese dolls (these actually went to Japan!) which I'd been chomping at the bit to try ever since the client had sent me the images. They actually look almost identical to the real thing, and I was so proud of them. The same client requested the Captain Jack pops, which I also adored making.

The knights and princesses pops for Toadstool Parties were a great challenge too. I'd made the fairy princess cake pops before, but wanted to really push the boat out for this theme so came up with medieval princess cake pop, as well as her knight in shining armour and the obligatory dragon!

My son loves the Octonauts and I knew that they'd translate well into a cake pop. Amazingly well, as it happens! Their faces are just perfect for cake poppery and you get really great results!

More animal magic in November with ginger cats and basset (bassett) hound cake pops. These came out not too shabby at all, but I have to say that cats are infinitely more challenging to make than dogs - I was tearing my hair out for a while there!

Those of you who follow me on Twitter will recognise my new profile pic - the Cake Pop Princess head pop! These are quite straightforward to make - her hair is mostly just a whole marshmallow. I'd so love to do it again with dark chocolate as I absolutely adore  dark chocolate-covered marshmallows! OM NOM NOM! 

Well, I'll leave you to go through the rest of the rather ample gallery - as always, I'd love to hear your comments! 

Wishing you all the merriest of Christmasses! 

Bianca xxx

Technics Decks Cake Pops

Revised In The Night Garden cake pops - now with Makka Pakka!

Butterfly cake pops

Christmas cake pops

Cow cake pops

Revised Dr Who cake pops - who can spot the difference? :)

Hello (ween) Kitty cake pops

Humf cake pops

Moose cake pops

Sheep cake pops

Ginger cat cake pops

Wizard cake pops

Cthulthu cake pops

Revised Beer cake pops - now with premium brands!

Basset (Bassett) Hound cake pops

Heffalump cake pops

Halloween bat cake pops

Glitter ladybird (ladybug) cake pops

The world's smallest cake pop!!!

Dragons, Knights & Princesses party cake pops

Cheshire Cat cake pops

Spiderman Cake Pops

Japanese Doll cake pops - female

Japanese doll cake pops - male

The finished pair - Japanese doll cake pops

Captain Jack Pirate cake pops

ANOTHER princess cake pop!

Octonaut cake pops - Dashi, Kwasi and Captain Barnacles

Octonaut cake pops - Peso, Kwasi and Captain Barnacles

Skull and Crossbone Pirate cake pops

Personalised christmas present cake pops

Russian doll (matryoshka) cake pops
Cake Pop Princess head cake pops