Earth Day

Our Children and The Earth’s Future

Earth Day Cake

This Fabulous Earth Day Cake was made by Tina Scott Parashar from Tina Scott Parashar’s Cake Design located in South Africa.

This Cake is part of the United Nations of Sugar Art (UNSA) Earth Day Collaboration: Acts of Green-UNSA 2016.  This event focuses on the beauty of our planet, its animals, and its people.  It will touch on the damage that is being done to our environment and how that damage is affecting humans and animals alike.

Take a look at Acts of Green-UNSA 2016 to view more cakes and look at raffle tickets and prizes to raise money for National Geographic which is a non profit committed to conservation and education of our emerging leaders.  

Earth Day Cake

Here’s Tina’s description of the cake:

She’s got the whole world in her hands. I wanted to convey the theme of our children being the custodians of the Earth’s future. The survival of our planet depends on what they decide to do with the planet. It is for us to set the right example for them and display responsible behavior. “We have not inherited this planet from our parents, we have merely borrowed it from our children.” 

Earth Day Cake

Earth Day Cake

Please check out the other great Earth Day Cakes and Cookies at Acts of Green

George The Orangutan Begging For Change

Earth Day Cake

This Superb Earth Day Cake was made by Lynsey Wilton-Eddleston from Sugarwhizz located in the United Kingdom.

This Cake is part of the United Nations of Sugar Art (UNSA) Earth Day Collaboration: Acts of Green.  This event focuses on the beauty of our planet, its animals, and its people.  It will touch on the damage that is being done to our environment and how that damage is affecting humans and animals alike.

Here’s Lynsey’s bio:

My name is Lynsey Wilton-Eddleston. I’m from the UK, married and mummy to 3 children! I have been decorating cakes now for 8 years, and teaching classes in cake decorating for 3 yrs. My favourite things are children’s cakes and modelling! 

Here’s Lynsey’s description of the cake:

Meet George. He’s a sad little Orangutan made homeless, now he’s begging for change. I gave him leaves in his hand as its not loose change or money he’s begging for but a change in the world and the way we treat our planet.

Earth Day Cake  

Please check out the other great Earth Day Cakes and Cookies at Acts of Green

The Amazon Rainforest On Earth Day

Earth Day Cake  

This Terrific Earth Day Cake was made by Kim Simons from Cakes By Kim Simons located in the United States.

This Cake is part of the United Nations of Sugar Art (UNSA) Earth Day Collaboration: Acts of Green-UNSA 2016.  This event focuses on the beauty of our planet, its animals, and its people.  It will touch on the damage that is being done to our environment and how that damage is affecting humans and animals alike.

Take a look at Acts of Green-UNSA 2016 to view more cakes and look at raffle tickets and prizes to raise money for National Geographic which is a non profit committed to conservation and education of our emerging leaders.  

Here’s Kim’s bio:

Kim Simons is a multi-award winning, master level, cake artist and food artist. She wins just about every cake competition she enters and in many cases also takes “the best of show” title as well. Kim has recently been featured on the Food Network’s, “Cake Wars”, “Duff Till Dawn”, “Outrageous Wedding Cakes” and “Sugar Dome”, Kim also has appeared on Telemundo’s, “Buenos Dias Nueva York”, where she presented one of her fabulous cakes to a live television audience to celebrate their first show. 


Kim, has been recognized in “Dessert Professional” magazine as one of the Top Ten Cake Artists in North America for 2013. Her cakes have also been featured in the “Cake Masters” magazine, the “American Cake Decorating” magazine, “Today’s Woman” magazine, and “Cake Design France” magazine. 


Kim is not a traditional cake artist. She enjoys creating sculpturally unique and beautiful cakes and food art while pushing the limits of construction and design. Her strength is in her designs, mastery of painting with edible colors, and the ability to sculpt incredibly realistic nature scenes. Kim has a reputation for creating amazingly realistic looking animals out of sugar and has earned the respect of her peers. Kim teaches classes and performs demonstrations all over the country.  

Earth Day Cake

This Earth Day cake does a great job representing the different layers of life in the Amazon Rainforest. This picture shows fish in the water. There are lush vines with green leaves around the water. A leopard is drinking out of the water.  Butterflies are flying in the air near the leopard.

Earth Day Cake

Trunks of forest trees that surround a small stream with a waterfall.

Earth Day Cake

Please check out the other great Earth Day Cakes and Cookies at Acts of Green

The Earth The Heart

Earth Day Cake  

This Marvelous Earth Day Cake was made by Martina Bliedung from Floralilie Sugar Art located in Germany. 

This Cake is part of the United Nations of Sugar Art (UNSA) Earth Day Collaboration: Acts of Green.  This event focuses on the beauty of our planet, its animals, and its people.  It will touch on the damage that is being done to our environment and how that damage is affecting humans and animals alike.

Here’s Martina’s description of the cake:

The Earth is our heart. Even the letters are the same. It is the center of our being and of all living beings, which we should be aware of, so that we take care of our earth, our heart. I selected delicate flowers who do not get much attention, but are beautiful and precious though. The Forget-me-not also has a symbolic name. I was inspired by a t-shirt design on Treadless showing a pink heart with yellow flowers and butterflies.
 

 Earth Day Cake

Earth Day Cake

Earth Day Cake

Earth Day Cake

Please check out the other great Earth Day Cakes and Cookies at Acts of Green