Thursday, June 16, 2011

Our new logo

A wonderful friend of our designed this logo, and a few more, for us and we allowed our Facebook friends to vote on their favorite! This one was chosen and is already gracing the door of our business which should be open next month!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Going away!

A nurse from my day job (which is actually my night job, because I work the night shift!) moved on to bigger and better things and a fellow nurse ordered this cake for her!

25 minute Wedding Cake

We had around 48 hours notice for this cake, and already had 3 cakes for that day! We fit it in (BARELY) somehow. They wanted a small two tiered white cake and they planned on adding flowers to it themselves. So, yes, it's a little plain, and slightly "blemishy" but hopefully the flowers took care of that problem!

Cake pops!

These pops were special ordered by the birthday girl herself! She set them all up in flower pots!

Willow Tree Angel Bridal Shower

This couple's wedding cake has a Willow Tree Angel as a topper so we made a butter cream version of it for the bridal shower cake. It turned out to be one of our favorite sheet cakes so far. Later the customer asked to have a little pink added to it but we didn't have time to get pictures!

Monday, April 4, 2011

Evie's 5th Birthday Cake!

Almost one year ago my young cousin and I undertook the task of making my niece a castle cake! Neither of us had ever really made a cake before but we bought some fondant and tried our best to make a castle! We spent half the time making little details out of fondant and cluttering up the cake but it was so much fun. And it pretty much started this whole Sugar High Makery thing! Friends started asking for cakes for their kids and once I started posting the cakes on Facebook orders started pouring in!

So this year we had to try to top it, which I think we did! Evie loves playing Candyland so we made her a giant Candyland cake!

Rodeo cake

This was a cake made for a one year old boy in a rodeo loving family! The top layer was made a little smaller so that the birthday boy would have his own smash cake!


We used red Squeeze Pop to make the lava. Little did we know that the stuff NEVER sets up! Half of it presumably leaked into the cake (which I bet the kids will love!) and most of the rest was on our countertop a few hours later! Still, a little bit clung to the cake and it looked cute!


My brother would have loved this cake 20 years ago! The wrestling ring poles are made out of chocolate covered Cow Tails!


I have been waiting to do a cake with this kind of theme. I love the little birds! This was out first attempt at covering a cake with chocolate ganache and it was so easy!

Beach/wine/Texas/Dolphins cake!

This was a last minute birthday cake and the only info we were given was that she likes the beach, wine, Texas and dolphins! The large island is shaped like Texas. The wine glasses are definitely not to scale but maybe she likes wine so much that she drinks it out of toilet-sized glasses!

Grave Digger!

Making this gravedigger out of frosting was a lot harder than I thought it would be! Luckily the customer loved it!

Sunday, April 3, 2011


Okay, so yes I am a little obsessed with using the Frozen Buttercream Transfer method. But it is so easy, takes a lot less time and looks almost as good as fondant or gumpaste! Plus it tastes WAY better.

Monday, March 21, 2011


Spongebob was the first carved cake I ever made more than 10 years ago! I made another when my niece turned 1 four years ago so this one came easily!

Cupcake Birthday

This cake was made for a first birthday party. The party decorations had tiara's and cupcakes on them thus the inspiration! The top of the cake is made out of cupcake pops! The cake had a few traveling issues but still tasted delicious! The smash cake on the side was made from a Mini 3-Tiered cake pan and was a big hit!

Shamrock Panda

This cake was made for boy who was born on St Patrick's day and loves pandas! It's hard to tell from the picture but the panda is eating 4-leaf clovers and there are fields of s clovers all over the cake!

Twin Baby Shower cupcakes

These were last minute cupcakes for a teacher who was having twins!


Toy Story/ Iron Man

This cake was for two different boys, one who likes Toy Story and one who likes Iron Man. We were worried about tying the two together into one cake but they had a few colors in common so it worked out!

Buzz Lightyear

This cake is lacking the Buzz Lightyear action figure that was supplied by the customer. Once that was added the cake looked even better!

BB gun

This cake turned our looking very simple but a lot of time was spent making sure the BB gun was "to scale". Unfortunately after it was made it was WAY too big for the cake so the barrel had to be scaled down a bit!

Welcome Home!

We were allowed to do whatever we wanted with this cake as long as we had the wording! We picked some random colors and they turned out working great together!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Cowgirl Birthday

This was made for a 9 year old girl's birthday who loves to ride horses and loved the previous cowgirl cake we had done!

Star Wars! (If you use your imagination :)

This is a desert scene that was to have figurines supplied by the customer! Hopefully they post pictures so we can see it in it's finished state!

Army Scene

A lot of things on this cake are not edible but this way there are toys left after the cake is gone!

Mickey Mouse Smash Cake

This is a Mickey Mouse smash cake made with my new favorite technique, Frozen Butter Cream Transfer! Tastes so much better than fondant decorations in my opinion!


Made for a 1-year-old princess's birthday!

Monday, February 21, 2011

Heart Birthday

Small birthday cake for a 21 year old's birthday!

16th birthday!

This was a remake of our first birthday cake for a 16 year old! It somehow seems to work perfectly for both ages!