Nov 25, 2010

Sweets of Colors

I'm in sweet fever! Nowadays I make individual pastries in various colors and shapes. As I looked at my works a logo emerged out of my mind. I sat to my pc and created my patisserie, Sweets of Colors.




It would be great making a pastry showcase!
I have many embarrassing problem with cream piping. I made some star shaped piping heads from various materials, but the results were mostly awful! Although I prefer creating my own tools now I coludn't choose but ordering piping heads from Miniature Sweets on Etsy.

I made some ornaments for my miniature Christmas tree. The tree is still under construction. I hope it would be ready soonly!



The last photo shows my mini figs I put onto my Etsy shop.

15 comments:

minimami said...

WOW the pastries look fabulous, especially the three layer chocolate cake, it is so good in real life!

Nicole said...

The pastries look sooo delicious!!! And I like your logo too!

Kaisa Miltonia said...

Bözse I'm amazed by your talent. I could eat every single on eof your pastries because they looks so delicious. And your fruits and christmas ornaments a stunning.

Patty said...

Bozse, I LOVE everything! The pastries are so incredible and I really like your logo that came to your head! It is wonderful! The ornaments for the tree and the boxes you have made are perfect. I love the spiral ornaments! Your tree will look amazing! The figs are so realistic too!
For piping you need to buy a PME 42 star(open rope) tip. They come from England. They are the perfect tip to use. I think they can be found on ebay once in awhile too. From what I have learned from some of the food makers is for the frosting, you use some texture paste from Delta and add some corn starch to it to stiffen it up a little bit. I keep a jar of hot water by me so when I am done my tip goes into it so I can clean it really good before the paste dries and ruins the tip. Also, don't clean them in your sink as you might ruin your pipes from the texture cream!

Bözse said...

Thanks for your comments, and special thanks for Patty's help about piping and frosting! I 'm going to ebay searching for that tip!

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Obrenski said...

All of your creations are beautiful! I'm so impressed that I am becoming a follower of your blog. Keep up the wonderful work.

Bridget said...

Incredible work! I love everything, but especially the figs! You are truly talented and I am so happy that I am a follower on your blog! Your work leaves me speechless.

La Belle Cuisine by...Marina said...

Fantastic work and logo! No words!!!!!

Glenda said...

Everything is so beautiful!! I just can't believe that these are miniatures!!

Your name and logo are excellent :)

Ivani Grande said...

parabéns pelos seus trabalhos que são perfectos...adorei tudo!!o porquinho ta demais e parece crocante......bjs

Norma said...

Everything is exquisite, the figs are just incredible!

Anthoula said...

You did a terrific job!

miniacollection said...

Great work! Everything is perfect.
Geneviève

Flora said...

Bozse, who knows how bored you my comments: are always the same ...
Your works (all) are exciting, to say the least!
Mini sweet hugs, Flora

Bözse said...

Thanks! And I'm not bored at all by reading your comments, Flora!