Saturday, November 5, 2011

This weeks fabulousness not drabulousness

I started here at Planet Cake back in early 2009 just days after the first book, Planet Cake hit Australian shelves. Back in those days, there were just the ten of us crammed into the one little room - yep, cake production, school and admin team all in the ONE room! - and little did we know what lay in store for us just a few years hence. This week when the release of our third title coincided with Lifestyle Food's launch of Planet Cake, reality TV show, for the first time since arriving here, I actually took a moment to sit back and have a look at how far we have come. While we're looking a little shinier these days, we've said goodbye to some friends and welcome other, at our core we are still that same crazy little family that I was lucky enough to become a part of two and a half years ago. Despite all the glitz and glammer that, much more frequently, now goes on around us, I am incredibly proud to say with all honesty that our number one priority is still about making really fabulous cakes.

Roll, this week's fabulousness


 Ritzi's hand-made realistic figurine - including one cat-chasing canine




Melbourne Cup, Planet Cake style - forgetting one's fascinator is not a problem at PC where we just always happen to have a dress-up box on stand-by


This was a real labour of love from Shell this week. While this classic white wedding cake looks simple, these lily of the valley flowers are heart-achingly time consuming to make, although worth the hard work. The end result speaks for itself.




2 comments:

Dharma said...

A truly spectacular work. regards

elenareviews said...

Lily of the valley flowers are amazing.

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