Monthly Archives: April 2016

Jake and the Neverland pirates version 2.0

I am sometimes a tad embarressed about the pops I made when I was starting out a few years ago. I was so proud of them when I first did them, but now I see every crooked piping, every bumpy cake pop. These Jake and the Pirates cake pops were made several years apart. It’s […]

Soccer cake pops for the launch of Randwick City Council’s new synthetic sports field

Soccer ball cake pops

These are soccer cake pops for the launch of Randwick City Council’s new synthetic sports field. There are 792 pentagons here in 76 cake pops. Some people called me a little mad for enduring the painting of so very many pentagons, but in truth, it is rather meditative. Stroke, paint, fill…stroke, paint, fill… repeat 792 […]

NAB cake pops

NAB cake pops corporate cake pops

I’m supremely tired but intensely happy. Yes, this deserves all the superlatives. We’ve just completed a big order for NABĀ  action events in Sydney and Melbourne branches, ranging over one week. The cake pops were a hit! It was a challenge sending all these pops via overnight courier, and I was on the edge of […]

Ninjago cake pops, several years later

Ninjago cake pops party

  One of the first few cake pops I ever did, was a NInjago-themed one. At the risk of embaressing myself with some of my earliest cake pops, here is the link. My son and my friends’ sons were crazy about them back then, and I still have some remmant Ninjago toys around today. In […]