This Terrific Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Cake was made by Jean Schapowal from Cakes With Character.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is one of my favorite Christmas cartoons.
Here’s Jean’s description of this Terrific Cake:
I chose Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer as it has been my favorite TV show since I can remember. Nothing says Christmas like snuggling in to watch this classic cartoon! Rudolph, Santa, the Misfit Toys, Yukon Cornelius! It is such a magical little cartoon and I’ve always been such a fan of Rankin Bass cartoons. They don’t make them like this anymore!
This Marvelous Snowman Cake was made by Khamphet Che-Bui from Sweet Side of Cakes.
Here is Khamphet’s description of this Fabulous cake:
For Home For The Holidays, I have chosen The Snowman. It remembers me at my time in The Woodlands, TX – far far away from home! I was there for 1 year and have missed the snow badly!! So where could I find snow in Texas at winter season? Instead there’s lots of fallen leaves around the yards!! As I have to clean the yards, I have put the leaves in white bags and made snowmen with them!! At least, through the snowmen in the drive way, I could imagine a white winter in Texas and felt the Christmas Spirit.
This Splendid Poinsettia Cake was made by Jamila Jankipersadsing from Pure Cakes by Mila.
Here is Jamila’s description of this Fabulous cake:
Pepita, a poor Mexican girl, had no gift to present the Christ Child at Christmas Eve Services. She gathered some weeds into a lovely bouquet. When she entered the chapel with her modest gift, the weeds miraculously burst into vibrant red star-like blooms. From that day on, the bright red flowers were known as the Flores de Noche Buena, or Flowers of the Holy Night, for they bloomed each year during the Christmas season. A bas-relief decorated two tier cake, with a sugar poinsettia and Christmas berries bouquet. On the bottom tier a scene is shown of Pepita who is looking at the poinsettia.