UPDATE: Tutorial here!
So last week I saw on twitter that someone was getting ready to celebrate Daffodil Day on April 27th.
Whats this you say? I love daffodils!! I just knew I had to make a cake.
Well. Come to find out that Daffodil Day is actually a Canadian thing.
As I am a resident of the United States, this technically doesn’t apply to me.
But, (and more importantly) as I am a person in the human race and love other persons and don’t want anyone to suffer no matter what their nationality, I decided that I would be silly to not celebrate!
I thought this cake might also work for mothers day.
I know I am a mom and I like flowers and I like cake and I cant be that different from other moms right?
I just made a white cake with tinted buttercream. Then piped some stuff. And licked my fingers. And piped some more.
I am still in the thick of planning on what kind of treats to make for my mom for mothers day.
Since I have to travel for hours I might not bring a cake, but maybe cupcakes? Or maybe I will make her a cake and dedicate it to her but then just eat it.
It’s the thought that counts right?
Anyway, I made a 100 daffodils trying to make this cake and around flower #99 I think I figured out how to do it. I will have to see if I can replicate that and do a tutorial for you soon! (If you don’t want one tell me now, cause I am a lazy bones and I just want to sit around watching TV and reading the dozens of magazines I have piled up that look so good. But ya know, I could bake too.)
Oh my goodness, what a beautiful picture of springtime sweetness! Pinning this immediately.
Amanda, this is such a beautiful cake! I can’t wait for the tutorial!
I think that the American Cancer Society or even the Canadian Cancer Society would be so amazed at this gorgeous cake..What a wonderful job you did…
The American Daffodil Society also loves this cake! Tutorial please!
Stunning and so realistic!
Ugh I love your work! I wish I was as talented as you. I seem to never get the consistency of my icing right and it either comes out too watery or way too thick 🙁
I love you and I love your work
you are creative !!
What a beautiful cake! We have Daffodil Day in Australia too. The Australian Cancer Council sells them to raise money and awareness for cancer annually.
nice one thank you