Opening up another session of the FNCC! Everyone is welcome to talk about their week, share photos of their work, ask for help or provide help if you can!
Had sooooo much fun doing this copy of the Paul Bradford mountain crash. I had Santa stuck on a deserted island with rudolph, and surrounded by sharks last year so I am thinking of continuing the 'Disaster Santa' theme again next year. It is so much fun.
Oh my gosh the cakes are wonderful!
Boyka, your snowflakes are beautiful but it's the snowmen on the other cake that took my heart! The whole cake is just sweet and charming!
Cazza, I'm still laughing at your reindeer in the snowbank! OMG...that's too funny! I do love the simplicity of the first cake and realize that I tend to over complicate my Christmas cakes...you kept it simple and look how wonderful it is! Gotta remember that!
No Christmas cakes for me other than the ones going in the gift baskets. We are doing pies this year. I did a banana cream last night for our first Holiday dinner and the hostess nearly licked the pan! It was a hit. I have a pumpkin and chocolate praline coming up for two other dinners this week as well.
Speaking of that...we are having our Christmas over this next weekend (just a small "us" celebration on the day) where all the kids and siblings are coming down so I won't be able to be here on Friday night until quite late again but I WILL open up the FNCC early before we head off to our family dinner and check back in when we get back home again.
Have a wonderful week and for those who celebrated MERRY CHRISTMAS! We celebrate Kwanzaa too so for those who may do so as well, Happy Kwanzaa!
BBoyka, I think your cake is amazing! I love all the details.
I only had one wee cake to do this week, for my Dad's 70th. It was just a little family gathering as the main party will be later when everyone isn't busy with Christmas stuff. I was rather disappointed with how uneven it turned out, but I was feeling unwell and ran out of time and bothered-ness. He didn't notice or mind, but it bothers me now! My dad loves reading books about Napoleon-era ship warfare, so I thought I'd try to capture the essence of a ship in the cake. It was quite hard doing it with a fruit cake, decorating with marzipan, and with such a small cake (4" and 3" tiers).