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Black & White Sheep Cake

Sheep Cake  My latest creation is this black & white sheep cake.

I was asked to make a cake for a friend’s Pop’s 70th Birthday, a sheep farmer.  After looking at a few ideas, a two-tiered black & white cake (citrus and milk choc mud) with sheep decorations and the words “Happy 70th Pop” was decided on. 

The bottom tier was a 25cm milk chocolate mud with milk chocolate ganache and fondant icing.  The top tier, a 20cm citrus mud with white chocolate ganache and fondant icing.  Each tier had black and white polka dot ribbon.  The cake board was also covered with plain white fondant.  The lettering was made using alphabet cutters and modelling paste.  The sheep are hand modelled using modelling paste.  The stars were created using a small star cutter, modelling paste and wooden skewers which had been painted using Wilton black colouring paste.

All cakes, fondant and decorations were hand made in Mudgee by me.  I hope that this cake was enjoyed by all!! Thanks Kim and Dan for allowing me to create this cake for your Pop!! :)

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Cake was a huge success. We all loved it & the flavour was to die for. It was so good to look at that it seemed a shame to cut into it! Everyone wanted to know who made it. Richy kept the boat and contents and fish as a souvenir. So again, a big thanks. You did a wonderful job.
Erin , Mudgee

Thankyou so much Christee-lee, our wedding cake so perfect and delicious and well worth the wait. We were hanging out for dessert all day! Can't wait for an excuse to order another !
Tiff

Love the cake, the theme is a great talking point but more importantly the cake is so nice
Damian, Mudgee

Christee-Lee just wanted to thank you so much for the fabulous cake. It was truly more than wonderful. I have had a few enquiries and will send them your way with a huge recommendation. Thanks again.
Lyndi