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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Shopping Bag



T landed a birthday cake order, for his company who runs a stylish shopping center in Bangkok. He was very excited about it as he was in charge of organizing the party and keen on making it extraordinary.



He thought I was the right person who could make the cake that fitted the occasion. I asked him what he had in mind and he firmly conveyed that the cake had to represent the company's business. So after throwing a few ideas, T settled on a fondant cake in a shopping bag shape. That would be the first customized fondant cake for such birthday event in his company and he was sure everyone would be delighted about it.



Apparently I was just as excited as him about the cake. Took the initiative to do a sample cake one week before the actual event. Just wanted to make sure that it would be the right size and decoration that would fit the theme that he had planned out for the party. It was also a good practice to get all the things right for the real cake.



Everything went smoothly with the sample cake, and the real cake in the following week. It was so much fun watching the company's staff who attended the party taking turns in photographing the cake. And as for the next day, I had seen at least two or three persons including the cake photos in their Facebook. Cool!



My conclusion is as everyone likes shopping, everyone seems to like a shopping bag cake too. Thanks T for having the confidence in me! And hope you all enjoy the photos of the pink sample cake and the purple real cake!


32 comments:

  1. gorgeous!! were the flowers out of fondant too?

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  2. Es todo muy bonito, unos trabajos estupendos, pero por favor, por que no pones un traductor que pueda leer tus recetas.
    Besos

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  3. I am in awe... Those are just amazing! I'll say it again: you are sooooo talented.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  4. This is a true masterpiece..should not be eaten as long as possible for many people to enjoy;)

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  5. Wow Kris! You are getting better and better every time I click on your blog. These shopping bag cakes are so beautiful! I bet the company employees had a very hard time cutting it. :D

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  6. WOW! WOW! WOW! These looks so stunning!! I'm speechless and very impressed, everything looks so real in that bag!

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  7. Congratulations Kris! Those cakes are beautiful, can't decide which one I like more...both are gorgeous!

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  8. OMG! This is amazing! Simply gorgeous!

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  9. Oh my God, I was left speechless!!

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  10. I'm in complete awe!!!!!!! When I think that it isn't possible to get any more creative or talented than you are... you come up with something out of this world. There are no adjectives suitable for this. I'm truly impressed!

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  11. OMG that is awesome... I am speechless absolutely gorgeous Kris.

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  12. absolute amazing and beautiful. In the mail couldnt se that it was a cake.

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  13. oh Gosh..!! briliant..no more comment, my mouth just open wide.. o la..la ! the flowers are so lovely, the company sign that i adore , hmm, what else ? i know another big projects will coming to you.. Good Job Kris..

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  14. one more time ? just wonder, how they cut the cake ? how they eat ? LOL..stupid question, but i will cry if i must to cut the beautiful cake like this LOL

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  15. omg... that's more than incredible! I don't find my words! It looks like a real bag! It would be such a pity destroying that to eat it haha

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  16. i can't believe that's a cake not a bag! you should be very proud!

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  17. Hello:

    Beautiful, charming and inspiring blog

    A kiss.

    Nita

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  18. Wow how could they not love that cake. I can just imagine everyone with their camera's out oohing and ahhing over your perfect creation.

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  19. Hey there my friend.. HA.. no pressure, no pressure. I completely edible bag, you just keep setting the bar higher and higher for the us folk "giggle" this looks fabulous are the flowers edible too? Swoon = )

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  20. WOW!! you are very, very talented!!

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  21. T was so right about everyone being delighted over your cake! I sure am:) It's the picture of PERFECTION! Way to go, Kris!

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  22. That is one extraordinary cake! I'm just totally in awe of all your cakes Kris. I think they all look perfect and I've seen a few but yours are the best ever... Love love love them!

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  23. Kris, super gorgoeous bags and who on earth would want to eat them! They should be put on a mantle stand!

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  24. This is so beautiful! If I was your client, I wouldn't want to cut into this cake (or any cakes you make). I love the flowers, they look so real!

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  25. I just found out about your site and OMG you don't know how happy I am for such a discovery! These cakes are truly amazing. Love your photography as well. Of course, I'm your newest follower! :)

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  26. Kris, you trump every 'Cake Boss' and Duff Goldman out there. I have never seen such an exquisite cake - it's eye-widening, jaw - dropping perfection and beauty!!

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  28. Suay jing jing!!! Creative maak maak!

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