Monday, March 21, 2011

oh the things the Cricut Mini Cake Machine can do!

Hey All! I'm back again with more Cricut Circle Exclusive Projects, older ones of course. Several months ago the Cricut Mini Cake Machine debuted. And I was honored to be asked to create some yummy treats to show off what this cute little machine can do.
As always, I can show you my finished projects, but the details are exclusive and only available to Circle Members- to sign up to be a Circle member- click here.


These yummy and pretty brownie bites I made with  icing, fondant, chocolate, the Cake Machine and the Cindy Loo cartridge.




Yummy!!

Hungry for lunch- how about getting the kids really excited for a simple sandwich?
I cut some cheese slices with my mini Cake Machine, and used Cake Basics Cart to cut out these fun stars. And bonus, the Mini Cake already comes with the Cake Basics cart, you can create as soon as you pull it out of the box!


What kid wouldn't be excited to have stars to eat for lunch?

And speaking of stars. Now wouldn't these rocket cupcakes be wonderful for a little boys birthday? 
You just need some brightly colored fondants, the Mini cake machine and the Nifty Fifties Cart to create them.



Want to wow your guests at your next dinner party? How about taking a beautiful pie along with you to a potluck?



With the Mini Cake, some pie crust, food color and a PREMADE pie, you can knock their socks off!! Doesn't that look pretty! Believe me, it won't be too pretty to eat, but they will tell you it is!! I used Everyday PaperDolls, Cake Basics and MS Crafts Seasonal Cake Art carts.

Lastly, I have some pretty flower cupcakes, these could be made in any color, I chose a cranberry and green color scheme, because this was right before Christmas last year, but these pretty flowers could be done in any colors.


I used the Cindy Loo cartridge and the Cake Basics cartridge.  to create the flowers. I also embossed the fondant with the Polka Dots embossing folder, isn't that neat!!

I hope you've enjoyed another food creation post from me, and if you sign up at the Cricut Circle, let them know I sent you!
thanks for dropping by my blog today!


5 comments:

Deanna Cosgrove said...

Wow, what wonderfully creative ideas Kristen. I bet no one skips a meal or snack in your household! Love the star on the sandwich. And, of course the chocolate at the top of the post---started my mouth watering! :)

Kelly Massman said...

Wow!

Jodi said...

These are amazing!!! They look to good to eat!!!

Kristie Maynard said...

How beautiful! And they all look so yummy too!

Beth Fiscus said...

All of your creations are amazing!