Sunday Sweets Explores The Galaxy

Cake Wrecks
Sun, 26 Aug 2018 13:00:34 +0000
Today we're going on our very own Galaxy Quest, cake fans, only this one won't include ANY forms of rudimentary lathes. (HA NERD JOKE) No, instead I found 10 of my favorite galaxy and night sky cakes, so if you have a problem with black icing, green tongues, and/or technicolor poo, abandon hope, all ye who enter here. Now, ON TO THE PRETTIES. [By Redditor Skizorbit, posted here on Imgur] It's like someone wrapped a photograph over the cake - bu that's all hand-painted!   I like how this wedding cake combined 3D trees around the edges: [By Tastefully Yours Cake Art in Australia] Plus the silhouettes are a sweet touch.   Here comes a technicolor galaxy inspired by the Hubble telescope images: [By Sprinkle Bakes (blog only), who has a tutorial here!]   While this one captures the bright shimmery lights of the Aurora Borealis: [By Clairella Cakes in London]   Here's one with a gothic flair: [By Whipped Dreams (site unknown), photo by Orange Photographie] I like the black-and-white abstract feel, and I never thought I'd say this, but those candles are the perfect topper. So cool!   A sweet and simple one-tier with the most gorgeous crescent moon on top: [Baker unknown. Anyone recognize it?] Look at that fun texture! Like a bunch of buttons! I bet they crunch like meringue, too.   This one literally writes the cake's message in the stars: [By The Butter End Cakery in Los Angeles] Birthday constellations!   And we can't talk about starry nights without including the most famous one: [By Breyanne's Sweets in Texas] There are a lot of Starry Night cakes out there, but I fell for the texture on this one: almost matte, like chalk pastels! But it's hand-painted buttercream, if you can believe it. Absolutely stunning work.   Since space is wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey stuff, it only makes sense to add a TARDIS topper: [Baker Unknown. Help?] The lights are a brilliant touch!   And finally, another out-of-this-world cake... of the whole solar system: [By Dolce Dita in France] I have the irresistible urge to pop the whole moon into my mouth y'all. Maybe Mars, too. But not Uranus. Happy Sunday! Hope these made you smile! ***** Thank you for using our Amazon links to shop! USA, UK, Canada. And from my other blog, Epbot:  
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