Thursday, April 28, 2011

Lets eat cake!

Cake makes me happy.

This cake could make you and your family and or friends VERY happy!!


This cake is over 30cm tall and will serve a lot people!
Delectable chocolate mud cake with dark couverture chocolate ganache, flawlessly pearlised and hand piped and topped with a delicate sugar peony, handcrafted by the ultra talented Handi Mulyana.
Handi is a finalist in the 2011 Best Cake Decorator in Australia (watch this space....award will be announced Tuesday next week!)

Imagine surprising your mum / grandmother/ wife on Mothers' Day with this beautiful cake!!

To win this cake, visit Cake Love's facebook page, share the link (and like us if you don't already...) then comment on this post telling us who you are going to share this cake with and why.

A winner will be chosen for our favourite entry.  
Entries are welcome for Perth, Western Australian residents only.  Entries close midnight Friday 6 May 2010.  Make sure you check your facebook mail then!

Good luck!!


the small print
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to Cake Love Couture Cakes and Sugar by Winz and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used for our records.  To win, you must like the Cake Love facebook page and comment on this post.
Entries for Perth metro residents only.  Winners will be published on Saturday 6 May 2010 (WST) and contacted by  facebook mail.  Cake will be available for pick up Sunday 8 May by arrangement.
Picture of cake is for reference only, finished cake may vary slightly in design. 

12 comments:

  1. I'm going to share it with my mothers group because next week is mothers day and for many of us, it will be our first one!

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  2. Would love to win this cake and share with my family (hubby and two sweet girls!), my sister and her hubby and kid, but especially my parents - my Mum cares for my grandad around the clock since he had a stroke last year...she deserves a break, and a slice of cake!!!

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  3. I really love to this beautiful cake Winnie. If I win this cake, I will bring this to church and share it with all the mothers and grannies there. There are lots of retirees there whose children are not able to come and celebrate mother's day with them. This cake will certainly make their day. Please please please.

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  4. My neighbours are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on 14th. They have been fantastic neighbours over the years and as masterchef fans would love a cake decorated by a masterchef personality. I have done several of Handi's courses and I know the cake will be fantastic. There will be plenty of people at the party to admire and devour this beautiful and no doubt delicious creation.

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  5. Julie-anne CookMay 3, 2011 at 8:44 PM

    Oh wow! Boy would I like this cake! I'd share it with my mum and aunt as well as my grandaunt who for the first time in 15 years will have her children in Perth with her in Perth!

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  6. I would share the cake with my family and friends to add a little sweetness to their lives!

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  7. What an inspirational site! I see creative people spending countless hours dedicating their time and energy to make something so beautiful. Thanks for sharing this. I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS MAGNIFICIENT CREATION for my mother. Its her birthday and I cannot ever remember her celebrating her birthday with a cake. So this cake would make up for all the other times she has missed out. It would be a fitting tribute

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  8. I would share this with my Mum to thank her for all her support this year.

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  9. Elaine Fong said...

    I would share this cake with my immediate family of 5 mothers ( Inc moi), 5 fathers and 6 grandchildren. A special thank you for our mums who look after our kids while we go to work to pay off our future education expenses in installments! Thank you for there unconditional love and always saying "yes".

    The rest of the cake I would share with friends and neighbors who are also mothers :)

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  10. Kerry-anne AndrewMay 6, 2011 at 12:08 AM

    I have a beautiful son in Grade One.
    In Term 1, they studied Weddings and Fairytales in honour of the then upcoming Royal Wedding.
    I had promised the teacher I would make an (amateur) 'wedding cake' for the class to see and the teachers to enjoy at morning tea. Problem is she forgot to tell me when she wanted it and only gave me 1 days notice !! Hence it didn't happen.
    Handi's work is amazing and I only wish I could have made it to his classes this week.
    I would love to win the cake so its pure artistry could be shown to the children and then shared by the many teachers of this school of 700 kids !!
    We put so much trust in the teachers to care for our children, that they sometimes are like a 2nd mother figure.

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  11. I would share the cake with my Mum... and we wouldn't share!! We are again organising our own Mothers Day, last year I did High Tea, this year we're both doing breakfast. I have two sisters who are not mothers who never offer to help or organise something and to top it off my husband is working away this Mothers Day! So not really getting a "Mothers Day" but a gift we didn't have to buy or make ourselves would be sooo nice!

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  12. I think i would like to share with my mum, my grandmother, and my moms 5 sisters. We are having a massive mums day lunch and with the extended family, this cake would be enjoyed by 3 female generations of our family!

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