Hello Sailor!

This was a surprise cake for my Mum’s friend. It’s Waitangi day today in NZ, so it’s a public holiday and everyone is at the beach. My Mum’s friend (also known as my fairy godmother) decided to celebrate her special day at the beach, so I made a cake to match!

It’s a white chocolate and mixed summer berries cake. This is also the first ever hexagonal cake i’ve made, if they didn’t take so long to cover with ganache I would make this fun shape all the time…or maybe i’m just too used to icing round cakes, hmm…will see how I go with the next one that comes along ;-)

Zeena - https://www.facebook.com/misspiggyscakes

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Ciccio ...

Gorgeous, the flavour sounds so yummy too…I know what you mean about the hex shape I love it but so time consuming to ganache

MissPiggy ...

So it’s not just me hahaha (maybe partially because I’ve never done it before). I thought I’d try something more ‘summery’ for flavour. Thank you for your continuous encouragement Jo :)

miettes ...

Sounds so yummy, white chocolate with mixed summer berries ;-))) Mouth watering stuff… Love your cake, love the shape, very nicely done!!!

Ana Remígio - CUPCAKES & DREAMS Portugal ...

Beautifully done!!! Love the shape and the summer colours!!! Well done!!! xxx

Sugarpixy ...

Great cake!

Goreti ...

lovely cake and so well done!

MissPiggy ...

Blushing Thank you so much everyone :)

Fluffy ...

Oooh!!! Cool cake :-)

Callicious Cakes ...

What a gorgeous nautical themed cake!!! :)

Sandra Walker ...

Wow! I love the bright colours of the sea creatures, a lot of ‘sea’ themed cakes are white, navy and red which is really lovely and classic but this is different, bringing in all those colours and tied together so nicely. Very well done!

SugarCrush ...

Love it

Spunky ...

Beautiful work hun

MissPiggy ...

Thank you so much you lovely people xx

MissPiggy ...

Calli, I saw some of the recent aprons you made – they are soooo cute! Loved them all.

Sandra Walker ...

Forgot to ask, if you don’t mind, did you use a claygun for the rope or strips twisted together?

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