Thank you Tim. No, I have never heard of the site. I'll try to find it today. I'm still much more interested in butter cream rather than fondant. Love the 'look', but not the taste-even though they have really tried to improve it with flavors. (Still doesn't compare to good old fashioned butter cream icing)
We are surviving...my 13 year old granddaughter gave her life to the Lord about a month ago and it's been so exciting watching her grow and blossom. I think once we get into a 'normal' (???whatever that is???) routine, I'll be able to connect back with you and we can 'play' with cakes! I am not entering any cakes this year. The big one you like is down in our basement all covered in plastic for now. I keep telling everyone not to even breathe on it because one day you and I are going to use it as our cake play date sample. I just can't get into any contests this year. Can't focus on that right now.
Hi Timothy, thanks so much for the friend request. Your work is so beautiful. I may be asking for pointers as I am trying to get back to piping - I have done a lot of fondant work but really love the lambeth style.
Looking forward to seeing more of you beautiful cakes!
You asked a while back what music I put to the Romeo and Juliet cake video. I checked it out just now so I could let you know and it looks like I made quite a bizarre choice for a love cake lol. It's a Walter Rizzati track "Tema Bambino" from the 1981 Lucio Fulci horror movie "The house by the cemetery". How about that. I'm not really a fan of horror films, but just loved this piece of music. I guess I just felt it fitted at the time. Maybe I should dig a little deeper into the meaning behind the music before I use it in future hahahaha. Hope all well with you. Best wishes, Tracy x
The honour is mine Timothy. I am in complete awe of your work - and a pianist too I gather. No end to your talents. I tried to learn the piano once, but I think I was too old by then (in my 30's) and just couldn't get the hang of it.