Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Cody's Soccer Ball Cake

I made this Soccer Ball Cake for a good friend of mine who was celebrating her son's birthday. The bottom is a white sheet cake with a raspberry filling. The green frosting was piped on to look like grass (It looked pretty cool). I made the fudge marble soccer ball using the Wilton 3D sports ball pan. I attached the ball to the sheet cake with a dowel so that it wouldn't roll away. This was ONE COOL CAKE! Be sure to click on the picture to see the details.

12 comments:

toni said...

Lynette, you are so talented! I don't think I'd be quite so good taking classes. I'm already starting to think about P's 1st birthday cake, but I know I can't compete...it's depressing really! This could be a pretty lucrative business ya know...

Sara said...

you are so amazing!

Tina said...

That turned out so awesome. The ball looks so realilstic. You are so talented I bet they were so happy when they saw the cake.

Cal said...

that is so cute. love it. good job

Rob and Jill said...

Lynette, you are absolutely amazing! Are you sure that grass is frosting and not astro turf?! :) The wedding cake was amazing too.

Linnea said...

The grass is incredible!

~Sherry (Bear) and Stephen (Wolf) said...

Wow! Looks good, I bet it was yummy too! You are good, cute Daisy cake too. Amazing Lynette, just amazing!

5 Star Foodie said...

Wow, this is a really neat cake! All of your cakes here are amazing!

Emmy said...

Wow, I love that grass!!

TaYloRcD5 said...

wow!!! i seriously need to have you make me a cake!!! i think a golfing one for my dad's birthday next month!!!!

Amanda said...

This looks great!

I just bought the Wilton ball pan for a set of beach balls for an order this week. I can't wait to try it out. :)

I was going to just put each ball on its own cake board but now I want to put them on a beach sheet cake. I should really not make more work for myself...

A said...

That cake looks so tempting! How did you design that with the soccer ball in it?