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A Mother’s Day Cake

Mother’s Day may be a month away but we’d like to share this novelty cake sent in by one of our regular contributors, Joan.

Joan says this lovely cake was made by her granddaughter, who made it for her mum. “It took her five hrs to make the small flowers for the cupcakes and three hours to put it all together. She kept going and here is the result,” Joan shares.

Aww, definitely a labour of love!

Looks like Joan’s granddaughter took after her grandma when it comes to passion for baking. Joan has shared her creations with us in the past — no wonder her granddaughter has developed the skills, too! Some of our favourites from Joan’s creations were the Peanut Gang cake, Buzz Lightyear cake, and Barbie Doll cake.

Thanks, Joan, for sharing your granddaughter’s creation!

 

 

 

 

Classic Fondant Cakes

Despite the many emerging trends in cake design and decorating, the classic fondant cake still emerge as one of the favourites. In this post we’re sharing a bunch of fondant cakes made by Margaret from the UK.

Margaret has been a regular contributor to our site and her cake decorating skills have been evident with the creations she has shared to us: Dainty cupcakes, Vintage-inspired cake, Cookie Monster cake (to mention a few).

 

 

If you, too, would like to have your creations featured on the site, send as an email to: sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com and don’t forget to add a little backstory with those pictures.

A Magician’s Hat cake

Here’s one novelty cake idea for a magician-themed party— a Magician’s Hat cake!

This cake was made by Margaret  for her brother’s 65th birthday. I’d say this would also be perfect for a little kid’s birthday party, don’t you think?

Thanks, Margaret, for sharing this.

If you’ve got celeb cakes you want to share with us, please do so! Just email me with photos and a description of your creation at sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com.

A Betty Boop Cake

What kind of cake would you make for a woman who’s turning 50? A grandma-themed cake may be offensive. A retirement-themed cake may be too early. The typical fondant-and-flower cake may look too boring.

Here’s a classy and sassy idea: A Betty Boop cake!

This was sent in by a regular at our site, Margaret from the UK. Margaret, if you remember, is the whiz behind some of the awesome cakes we’ve featured on the site—Katy Perry cake, a Pirate Ship cake, a Fox-y birthday cake, to name a few.

Thanks, Margaret!

If you, too, would like to have your masterpiece featured on the site, please email us at sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com with the photos and a little description of your cake design.

 

Daisy Pink Cupcakes

 

I’m sure you will agree with us when we say that these cupcakes are too pretty to be eaten. Just look at those frills! We’d let out a deep sigh before we’d even take a bite. Pretty, dainty, lovely—these cupcakes would be perfect for young ladies celebrating their debut or perhaps for a wedding cupcake tower.

Thanks, Margaret, for this eye candy!

Want to share your novelty birthday cake creations? Send those photos with a little backstory of your work to: sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com. We’ll be waiting!

 

A Cookie Monster Cake

Here’s a birthday cake idea that will surely delight a toddler who loves watching Sesame Street—a Cookie Monster Cake! Cookie Monster is one of the well-loved characters in the children show so we’re sure the little one and his/her guests will enjoy this cake idea.

And just like Cookie Monster who can’t stop munching on those cookies, we bet it won’t take long until this cake will be gobbled at by the pre-schooler party guests!

This cake was shared by one of our regular contributors, Margaret from the UK. Margaret has been sharing her wonderful cake creations with us like this Football-inspired Cake, this Katy Perry cake, and these lot of Christmas cakes.

Thanks, Margaret, as usual!

If you, too, would like to showcase your cake creations, just send me an email at sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com with photos of your masterpiece and a short description.

A Pirate Ship Cake

Ahoy! Here’s a wonderful idea to celebrate the International Talk Like A Pirate Day (yes, there IS such a day, which happens on the 19th of September).

OK ye need not wait that long to try creating this novelty cake. This pirate ship cake would be perfect for pirate-themed birthday parties for boys (and girls!).

Margaret made this pirate ship cake for her grandson’s second birthday. We bet the mateys had loads of fun, aye?!

Aaarrrrh, thank ye, Margaret for sharing this cake creation!

If you, too, would like to have your masterpiece featured on the site, please email us at sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com with the photos and a little description of your cake design. We be waitin’!

Fox-y Birthday Cake

Out of ideas what design to create for a teenager’s birthday cake? Here’s one submitted by one of our regular contributors, Margaret from Tamworth—a fox cake!

Margaret made this cake for her granddaughter Thalia’s 13th birthday. This one’s definitely a unique and novel birthday cake idea!

Thanks, Margaret, for sharing!

If you, too, have special cake masterpiece, do send them here and we’ll feature them with your short backstory. Email those photos here: sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com.

 

Winnie the Pooh And Friends Birthday Cake

After more than a month of hiatus, we’re back with another yummy and pretty-looking novelty cake. This one’s submitted by one of our regular contributors, Joan from the UK.

Joan made this Pooh and Friends character cake for her granddaughter Charlie. Joan said she “cheated” on this one as she just used a cake topper for this because she was short of time—but we say it looks lovely just the same!

Joan’s skills in cake decorating has been proven so many times in this site—there’s the Peanut Gang birthday cake, a Hello Kitty cake, and a Buzz Lightyear cake for boys, to name a few.

Thanks, Joan, for remembering to share your creations with My Novelty Birthday Cakes!

If you, too, have special cake masterpiece, do send them here and we’ll feature them with your short backstory. Email those photos here: sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com.

 

A Whimsical Birthday Cake

It’s been quite a while since our last post here and one of our regular contributors, Joan from the UK, echoed what we exactly have in mind—how time flies!

This novelty cake we’re sharing today reminds us how fleeting time can be. This whimsical birthday cake was created by Joan for her granddaughter Poppy’s 10th birthday.

 

Wow, a year has passed since Joan shared the  Pony Party birthday cake she made for Poppy. And if you remember, there’s this Cupcake Dancers cake Joan also made for Poppy.

Sniff, sniff. Getting a little bit sentimental here.

Thanks, as usual, Joan for sharing this whimsical cake design.

If you have cakes you want to send in for the site, please do! Just email me at sandy@mynoveltybirthdaycakes.com. Don’t forget to write a little backstory about your creation!