Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Visitor Gallery

The cakes on this page feature those created using this tutorial...

Our first visitor gallery cake comes from Claudia in Orlando, Florida. Thanks Claudia for allowing us to share your adorable Thomas cake!

Thomas is mud chocolate and chocolate buttercream, covered in marshmallow fondant. The round RR cake is yellow with bubble gum flavored marshmallow fondant.
















    Claudia's Cakes



    Kimarie, Midwest (USA)



    Dawn, Florida USA












    Mel Pepin, Bedford NH










    When you've finished your masterpieces be sure to email a photo or two to me along with you first and last name, and where you're from (city, country, or whatever you wish to share). We'll post it here for others to admire!

    14 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    Im a fellow CCer just looking nice site.And your a fellow Kansan.
    Rock Chalk JHawk Go KU!!!!

    Anonymous said...

    It is so nice of you to share this information with us! Thanks so much!
    Isil (from Turkey/ Istanbul)

    Burcu said...

    I really enjoyed your tutorial, it's so detailed. Thanks a lot. Are you planning to share any other projects with us? That would be great!

    Wendy said...

    Thanks for the positive feedback! I'm not a pro at writing tutorials, but may share another sometime in 2007. I don't bake too often, so we'll have to see. :)

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    robbiesmommy said...

    WOW, you are such an inspiration! Your cakes are amazing!
    I have been searching the internet for days to find the perfect thomas the train cake to use as a model. I am soo happy I came across your tutorial ! My sons birthday is next month.. I will post pictures of the cake- hopefully it won't look too terrible!

    Megan said...

    Very impressive!! I wish I was that creative, but alas... I'm off to the bakery to pick up my son's Thomas Birthday Cake. Keep of the great work.

    Mauretta BS said...

    Well you've certainly inspired me to have a go! Thanks Wendy! The only ready made Thomas cake I've seen in supermarkets here (Somerset UK) looks very artificial & toxic, and is fairly expensive, and I just don't have the budget to get one made for us by a bakery. My son's birthday is shortly after Easter, so I'd better get moving!! I did have an idea for the wheel problem though - I wonder if you could use biscuits,(or would you call them cookies) perhaps iced with black icing, then the blue spoke patten piped on? I'll have a go at this & let you know if it works. Anyway Thanks again.

    Lizzie said...

    Thank you for sharing this tutorial with us. Is very detailed and a lot of visual help for newbies like me.Thanks again(from Jersey)

    Lizzie said...

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. Your tutorial is excellent.Keep the good work and keep sharing.

    Anonymous said...

    Hello from Auckland, New Zealand! Yes, I agree with these posts. Thanks so much for sharing your experise! It is much appreciated.

    Anonymous said...

    love this recipe very different to all the other train recipes and designs cooking thomas this arfternoon for my 2 yr old sons birthday it going to be a shame to eat it.

    goddesscomplex said...

    You are awesome!!!

    Noa said...

    Thank you so much for your wonderful tutorial! I've just made the face, and will do the rest later in the week, for my son's 3rd birthday party. I was able to use my daughter's baby spoon (the handle looks almost exactly like the Wilton tool you showed) instead of the tools. Thank you again (and as soon as I can figure out how to use Pay Pal form my country I will make a donation)

    Anonymous said...

    Hi,

    I just made a donation!! Loved your tutorial--it made the whole experience much easier and more enjoyable. Thanks so much for sharing! (from Shreveport, LA)