Sunday, December 21, 2008

Oh! Holly Night


Yes, I am aware of the misspelling in the title (hehe get it - soooo extremely corny!).
I made this cake last year for a friend's Christmas party. It was a red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. To make the hollies and leaves, I stuck cherry candies and lime and pear gummy candies (as the leaves) all over the cake. The letters are those store bought ones on the cake mix aisle! Pretty easy!

Happy Holidays and ....

16 comments:

la petite fashionista said...

haha i'm so cheesy with my post titles too, brings me back to my yearbook caption writing days.

the cake is adorable; using the candies for holly is super creative!

jayne said...

yum i love red velvet!

SYLVIA said...
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Sophia said...

ahhhh red velvet. yum!
you're good at decorating cakes. that's not exactly my greatest talent [mine ALWAYS look like crap.]

RASPBERRY said...

Seriously, have you considered creating your own catering business? I bet it'd be successful.
That cake looks so yummy <3

copperoranges said...

mmmm so yum. i have not had a red velvet cake in SO LONG. tragic.

Katie said...

Your so creative when it comes to baking things. If only I had such immense talent as you did, lol.

taffy. said...

the gummies look so yummy!

Aisha said...

I love gummies, they're my favourite sweet.

J said...

very nice cake! it sounds so delish!

The Stiletto Effect said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Love
Su

LJ said...

hehe the cake looks very cute and christmassy! nom nom nom..
xx-LJ from SOS!

The Clothes Horse said...

That is such a pretty cake.

Candice said...

looks delish. i love your titles btw

Marie said...

I have the Betty Crocker Cooky book! It's my mom's original one!
I love your blog!
Happy Christmas Chérie!

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