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It’s nice to do things for others at Christmas time so I thought it was a lovely idea when one of the members of the local Sugar Craft Guild suggested the we should each decorate some mini Christmas Cakes and donate them to the local Homeless Charity for their Christmas meal.

These are the 3 that I made.

Each of the poinsettia leaves are individually made and are lined in edible gold paint along the edges. Red is always an awkward colour to make in icing, but I am quite pleased with the vividness of these leaves.

I modelled this little angel character on a porcelain Christmas tree decoration and think I have captured quite an angelic little face.

I know that daisies aren’t strictly a spring flower but I thought this soft yellow colour and daisy flower shape would be a perfect finishing touch to a small Easter Sunday lunch I have planned.

I created these little miniatures, just 2 inches square, as an experiment just to see how delicate I could make the latice work for the top.

Topped off with glittery, sparkled initial they are a great way to personalise the table at a dinner party.

I created this trio of miniature cakes as part of a table centre piece for an afternoon tea party to celebrate my birthday recently. I was particularly pleased by how delicately the butterflies sat on each cake.

I thought my tiny pink flowers framed the handpiped butterflies  beautifully with a plain pink ribbon as a finishing touch.