Monday, 11 July 2011

Birds and roses wedding cake


Things are going a little crazy around here at the moment but I've managed to find a few minutes to show you last weekends wedding cake.
The bride had a picture of a cake for reference (I think it was by Mich Turner).  It had tropical flowers and birds painted on.  But she wanted a more shabby chic English version, which is what she got!.


I hope you like it.
xxx
ps hopefully when things settle down we can catch up and I can share the exciting things that are happening.

15 comments:

  1. simplemente....ESPECTACULAR!!

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  2. This is beautiful. I wish I could take one of your classes. Darn it for living in the US!

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  3. This is just lovely...I love the cake topper!!

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  4. I too wish I could take classes:)
    Beautiful!

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  5. My son (yes, my son) and I are reading The Secret Garden together right now, and these would be right at home there, chirping back and forth with Dickon. Just fanciful!

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  6. Ooohhh...very cute lovebirds! I wish i could paint as beautifully as yours... :)

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  7. Would love to be at your classes - this is beautiful, would love a cake like this!

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous. Love it.

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  9. oh my - so delicate and beautiful!

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  10. Just beautiful! I love your style, so pretty. Birds are too cute on top :-)

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  11. Deliziosa, fresca e romantica, perfetta wedding cake!!! adoro i tuoi lavori

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  12. Terrific painting skills. The birds are amazing!

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  13. oh Wow! This really is beautiful!...I would LOVE to come to one of your classes one day....but I'm not very good at drawing/painting!!
    Even my stick men leave a lot to be desired haha....so do you think you could teach me?? ;-) x

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  14. How incredibly beautiful this cake is!!! So painterly!!! I absolutely love it!!! Found you on Pinterest, now must go see more of your beautiful work!!!

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