Sunday, November 2, 2014

Toy Story, Wagon, Doc McStuffins, Hunting, Superman, Ninja, Cowgirl, Spongebob, Pumpkin


What an incredible couple of months it has been. I have been so blessed to be able to create so many adorable cakes. I am still just so humbled that I get to be a part of so many peoples special celebrations. Enjoy looking through the pictures and please feel free to leave a comment or question. You can also email me at hopessweetcakes@gmail.com. I love hearing from you!

Buzz Lightyear Cake / Toy Story Cake

 Woody Cake / Toy Story Cake

 Toy Story Duo Cakes

 Girl Minion Cake

 Doc McStuffins Cupcakes

 Doc McStuffins Cake


 Superman Undercover Cake


 My Superman!!! Happy Birthday Honey.

 Little Red Wagon Cake


 Hunting Cake



 Yo Gabba Gabba Cake




 Yo Gabba Gabba Smash Cake

 Spongebob Square Pants Cake



 Ninja Cake

 My very own little ninja. I can not believe how fast my boy is growing up. He designed this cake and instructed me on where he wanted everything and how he wanted it to look. He wants to be an artist when he grows up. Who knows...he may be making cakes by my side in a couple years. 

 We had a great crew of ninja (ninja is just ninja in the plural form right??) to help celebrate. 

 Cowgirl Cake


 Dr. Seuss Smash Cake

 Pink Pumpkin Cake


 Pink Pumpkin Smash Cake

 Dump Truck Cake


I hope you enjoyed all the pictures. Each cake has such great memories for me and sure do hope they bring back great memories for the recipients. 

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Underwater Shark Cake


My little boy turned 5 this week. He was so excited to design his cake. I have had many close friends tell me that this is the coolest cake I have created yet. Well...I can't take all the credit. Ian sat down with me to draw the cake out. He told me exactly where to put every shark, fish and diver. He had it all planned out in his creative little mind.








We also made the awesome little guy! Shark parties are so much fun!



Monday, July 28, 2014

Little Red Wagon First Birthday Cake

 Cohen is my third baby boy. And...as you can imagine...birthday parties are a big event around my house. My first son had a race car first birthday. My second son had a monster first birthday which also happened to be my first fondant cake. So for Cohen I wanted something super cute and super sweet..something I wouldn't be able to get away with once he gets older and all he wants is spaceships, sharks, trains and legos like his big brothers. I drew this cake out with the help and input of my older boys' who are 7 and 4. We barely got the approval of dad, but I loved the final product!!!








 Of course my baby boy had to have a huge smash cake. This is actually my first stacked buttercream cake. 





















What a wonderfully sweet year it has been with this little guy. You know...the third child is supposed to be so stressful that you never want another one, but this little man is so sweet and lovable that he makes me think, "how could I live life without just one more"!

This is a picture of my second son's first birthday cake. It was my very first tiered cake and my very first time to make and use fondant. I just loved it!!! And so...my career began. I had never even thought of making cakes. I actually went to school for accounting. So when my friends started asking for cakes, I was so thrilled. God had the perfect plan. A flexible career so I could be with my boys. What more could a mom ask for!