Wilton Course 2…

This was a great course. It took me a while to catch up and learn these flowers but my favorite is highlighted in my final cake.

The filling is fresh blackberries (adapted from Katie’s recipe), the cake is Pillsbury mix (get over it LOL) and the frosting is white chocolate buttercream (oh yeh, yum!)

The coworkers are in for a treat Friday 😉

Mixing filling…looks like something out of Dr. Seuss

Cake from the top…I lovers the LSU colored pansies!

Cake from the side…check out that weave peeps!

A zoom in of those LSU colored pansies..nature has pansies colored right. Geaux Tigers (I need football season again..)


  1. That looks SOOOO great! LOVE the pansies!!!!

  2. madebymel says:

    Looks great! Your pansies are perfect!

  3. The Food Duo: Superheroes of the Kitchen says:

    Well done with all of your cakes. I really like how this one turned out!!!

    I wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated you to receive a “Blogging with a Purpose” award for having such a great blog. I posted about it on my blog.

    – Carmella

  4. Your cake looks beautiful! I love your idea of using all pansies! I’m just starting Course 2 and my Grandma LOVES pansies! I may have to steal your idea! :-)


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