Friday, February 19, 2010

Spiderman Cake


You can probably guess what I've been doing lately.  I promise to post more recipes soon, but meanwhile, I'll keep sharing my cakes with you.  I got the order for this cake on Wednesday and had to make it Thursday.  Since time was limited, I used a cake kit for this one.  I usually buy cake kits from Wal-mart.  Yesterday, they charged me $6.50 for the kit, but they JUST went up.  They used to charge $5!  But, that's still cheaper than ordering one online and paying shipping.  When I buy kits, I simply add the price of the kit to the normal price of the cake. 

For this cake, I used the Spiderman Cake Kit, which included the Spiderman figure on the top left and the web ornament on the bottom right.  The rest was buttercream. 

15 comments:

kitchen koala said...

Great job on the cake! Your writing skills are awesome; mine are shaky at best...which is why I avoid doing it! :)

Sook said...

The cake looks great!

Fresh Local and Best said...

This is an awesome cake!

Simply Life said...

wow! this is SO impressive! Nice job!

Alison said...

Thank you so much for the compliments!

kelliscakes said...

wow!!! great job on the cake!! it looks great!!! :) you are busy busy!!

Stephanie said...

Wow! I wish I could write that well with frosting. Looks yummy.

Cole said...

That's amazing! Mommy does not bake...so I guess no Spidey-cake in my future. :(

Pam said...

You are one talented cake maker..beautiful job done!

Enjoy!

Elizabeth Patch said...

thanks for stopping by my blog and helping make my SITS day so wonderful! a job, a family AND cute cakes too: impressive!

"And so our stories go..." said...

What a darling cake. Lucky birthday child.
Mary

Heather said...

Your cake decorating is awesome! :) Just stopped by from SITS & glad I found you! :)

LCCupcakes said...

hi, i love your cake, can i ask how you made your web, can i do this using just icing i know you used a kit, but i have to do this at short notice?

LCCupcakes said...

hi, i love your cake, i know you used a kit, but i dont have one, do you think i could make a web using icing? how did you do the main part of the web?

Alison said...

Hey lccupcakes! Thanks for the comment! Yes I used buttercream to draw the web...i just drew the lines and connected them...it was pretty simple! Good luck!

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