Friday, June 4

Star Trek Cake

As I have recently entered this new world of blogging, I've seen some pretty amazing blogs lately with perfectly decorated cookies and cakes.  It would take weeks (maybe months, maybe years) for me to achieve that kind of perfection.  So after seeing those most awesome bakers out there in cyberspace, I felt very inadequate after I made this cake with all it's flaws.

I made it for my husband's birthday (Happy Birthday Honey!).  He is a huge Star Trekkie (TNG) so I thought he would like an Enterprise cake.  It ended up looking like a spider web mess to me, but my hubby still loved it!
As Captain John Luke Pickard waves his hand and says, "Engage"


Changing the subject from Star Trek tng to tea parties.  If you read yesterday's blog post:    hopefully, I will be able to turn my thoughts to crumpets, scones, and little tea sandwiches soon.  Oh, but guess what . . . I did make time to work on my Regency era dress today, and so far it is okay! 

16 comments:

  1. oh my gosh!!! It turned out AWESOME!! You are so incredible!!!! You blow my mind!

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  2. That cake is amazing! And...I am most definitely going to have to try out those glitter toes, how fabulous!

    I love your blog, and I love your sweet Mariah! :)

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  3. Now that is one awesome cake! I love tasty spaceships! :D

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  4. that is amazing im going to take your idea for my bros 30th :) well done!!

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  5. Thanks Fred, I hope your brother had/has a super 30th birthday!

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    1. Sorry. Wasnt me. Stupid boyfriend. Apologies

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  7. Wow!
    This is so great!
    I am a new follower of yours :]
    My fiance and I are huge trekkies and he requested (you guessed it!)
    a TNG cake.
    I have been struggling with what to do and happened by your blog.
    You saved me!! Thanks so much ^^
    I will post pictures of my cake...
    http://littlehyuts.blogspot.com/
    if you want to see what I did with your design!

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  8. Jill, I look forward to the pics of your cake. Happy baking!!!

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  9. Thanks Sarah, that's so nice!

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  10. Your cake was listed as an epic fail at this site: http://diply.com/trendyjoe/24-star-trek-cakes-that-are-out-this-world/34383/6

    I recognized that it was a cake in progress. Your cake looks great. You should invoke your copyright privileges with the author.

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  11. Your cake was listed as an epic fail at this site: http://diply.com/trendyjoe/24-star-trek-cakes-that-are-out-this-world/34383/6

    I recognized that it was a cake in progress. Your cake looks great. You should invoke your copyright privileges with the author.

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  12. After seeing YOUR pictures, I made it for my son's 10th bday!! And it's not nearly as nice as yours. ...but he loved it. How can I show you a picture? Thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. It certainly ended up looking like a spider web, but there’s still a lot to love about it. After all, who can say no to a tasty cake? The Enterprise is kind of grayish, but what you used is kind of a light shade of blue. That, and it's really hard to make a detailed one. Nonetheless, it’s still awesome!

    Jason Underwood @ La Patisserie

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  14. Awesome cake! Can you tell me how to make one please?

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