July 26, 2016
Character Cakes, Game Cakes, Uncategorized
Beach, Birthday, Cake, cakes, Cavite, character cake, custom, custom cakes, Customized, Fondant, game, gaming cakes, gumpaste, Megamall, Metro Manila, Norie's Kitchen, Philippines, Plants vs Zombies
When I was just starting out making cakes, the popular game then was Plants vs Zombies. I think I made more than 20 versions of Plants vs Zombies cake. So it was refreshing when I was asked to make another PvZ cake. This time it’s based on the PvZ2: Beach Wave and the zombies looks like they’re having a 60’s beach party, with zombies that are surfing and female zombies with big hair. All of them look cute in their own ways except for thebeach version of the gargantuar which is still a scary thing.
Size: 9″ x 13″
June 26, 2016
Birthday, Book, books, Bro. Boggs, Builder, Cake, cakes, Cavite, celebration, custom, Dasmarinas, Feast, Fondant, gumpaste, Norie's Kitchen, Philippines
My family and I are Feast attendees. We belong to the Feast Dasmarinas community and we celebrated our Feast builder’s birthday last week. This is the cake I made for Bro. Boggs and the story behind the design.
I used books as the theme for his cake since as a builder he has to learn new things to make him more effective in serving God. For the title of the books he is standing on, I used the different roles in life. The bottom book pertains to his role as a leader of the two Feasts (Bacoor and Dasmarinas) aside from being a leader in his career. The second book refers to his role as family man. There is also a reason why he is standing on these books.
The third book where the cake topper is leaning on is the Holy Bible. I positioned it this way because of what the leaning position represents. When you lean on something, that something provides you stability and strength. In this case he is leaning on the Bible, God’s word. This means that God’s word is his source of stability and strength so he can handle the challenges of being a leader to us and a loving father and husband. This is the reason he is standing on the other books.
June 26, 2016
Birthday, Cake, cakes, Cavite, celebration, character cake, cupcakes, custom, Disney, Fondant, gumpaste, makati, Metro Manila, Norie's Kitchen, Philippines, Up
This set-up was made for an Up themed party. Together with an Up themed cake we made a batch of cookies and cupcakes as dessert and party favors. We also made personalized tags for the cookies.
Size: 12″ – 10″ – 8″
Flavor: Chocalate and Red Velvet
April 24, 2016
Birthday, Cake, Cavite, celebration, custom, Customized, Fondant, gumpaste, Kermit, Metro Manila, Miss Piggy, Muppet, Muppets, Norie's Kitchen, Philippines, Show
It’s time to play the music
It’s time to light the lights
It’s time to meet the Muppets on the Muppet Show tonight
It’s time to put on make up
It’s time to dress up right
It’s time to raise the curtain on the Muppet Show tonight
When I was a kid and I heard this song playing, I would run in front of the TV and watch one of my favorite shows then, “The Muppet Show”.
So I was excited to make a cake based on the characters of the show. The top layer of the cake is based on the movie “Muppets take Manhattan” where Ms. Piggy and Kermit were wed. The bottom 2 layers are the other muppets.
March 28, 2016
Baby, Birthday, Bugs Bunny, Cake, Cavite, custom, Customized, Fondant, gumpaste, Looney, Metro Manila, Norie's Kitchen, Philippines, Sylvester, Tunes, Tweety
My 2nd time to make a Baby Looney Tunes cake. I made this with cupcakes with 2D Baby Looney Tunes characters on them. Here are the cupcakes
March 27, 2016
Birthday, cakes, Cavite, celebration, custom, Donatelo, Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Norie's Kitchen, Pasay, Pepperoni, Philippines, Pizza, Raphael, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TMNT
This is the first time I made Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cake. Since the Ninja Turtles always order pizza when they are celebrating, I chose to decorate the cake like it’s on top of a pepperoni pizza.
January 5, 2016
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