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Green Grad!

Green and white were the colors requested for this grads cake, and to make it resemble the (gold bowling cake).

D.A.R.E graduation!

This cake was made for Hoover elementary schools 5th grade graduation from the D.A.R.E. Program. Everything on the cake was made of chocolate, the kids really loved that!

Maroon Cap grad!

Jimmyís mom really liked the contemporary look of a similar cake I made, and Jimmy really liked the cap that was made out of chocolate.

Red cap grad!

This graduation cake was made for a girl who did not want any flowers, or frills. The cap is made completely out of chocolate.

Modern graduate!

This cake was made for the same girl but with a different contemporary look.

Red tossles & ropes!

This is one of my favorites! Danís picture is stunning, it was really easy to dress up such a good looking kid.

Birthday graduate!

A combination 18th birthday/graduation cake. Everything but the ribbon is chocolate. They took the top cake off and sang happy birthday.

Friendly hearts!

This cake was made for three grads whoís colors were blue and yellow. They ask for their pictures to be placed in hearts.

Be a star!

Heatherís mom wanted her graduation picture on the cake, but the pictures didnít arrive on time for the party, so something a little more whimsical was ask for.

Charmed graduate!

Katie loves the charmed one's, her favorite colors are purple and pink so what more could you ask for. For her 8th grade graduation.

Sweetpea bouquet!

A sweet pea bouquet for Char who graduated from business school .

Black & Orange 2004!

Mikey's school colors were black and orange. The diploma scoll and cap are made out of chocolate.

Blue & Yellow 2004!

Tim's school colors were blue and yellow. When I ask him what he liked best about his school years he said playing cards with his friends. The diploma scoll, cap, cards and text are all made out of chocolate.

A Hawiian Themed Grad!

Stacey didn't want a traditional graduation, the school colors, plain and boring. What better fun to have a hawiian luau themed party and cake. The flowers are airbrushed royal icing lillies and the text is made of colored chocolate, with pearls for that extra little zing.

EMU Grad!

Congratulations Tasha! Proud of her school and colors, Tasha chose her own cake. She ask for a cap, a scroll, her school emblem and make it pretty.

Color Gaurd & Lilies Grad!

Katie knew exactly what she wanted, she layed out the design and I went to work. The flag, diploma, paw and writting are made out of chocolate the lilies are royal icing. Her school colors are black and orange.

EMU Tiers!

Katie's going to EMU so we made this cake to go along with her lily grad. cake. All buttercream icing and a chocolate EMU eagle.

Grad Nurse!

Likita is a dear friend who has ordered cakes for years for everyone in her family, while working hard to make it through nursing school. I wanted this to be special for her. This is a full sheet cake with royal roses and lilies, fondant diploma and stethoscope, and edible image of her and her deceased parents. Way to go Lakita ! We are so proud of you!

Mechanical Grad!

Gary loves working on his truck, and excelled in shop class, he also was a member of the robotics team that competed nationally. He also played the coronet. This is a 4 flavored full sheet cake, and everything on the cake is made out of colored chocolate, including the 3D toolbox, tools, cap, and diploma.

Classic Graduation!

This is a 1/2 sheet cake with white chocolate decorations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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