This week is National Park Week, so I decided to round up 10 Sweet nature cakes that would make Leslie Knope proud.
Now, I'm a hermit blogger with what my doctor described as a "shocking" vitamin D deficiency, so I think it's safe to say I'm not the outdoorsy type. BUT! I hear there's actually a lot you can do in our national parks.
(By Mike's Amazing Cakes)
(By Sweet and Sassy)
(By The Royal Bakery)
(By Tiffany's Baking Co.)
At least, I think you can fish in some parks, right? Either way, those sculpted waves over the fish are super cool. (Note all the broken hooks, 'cuz the fish won. Ha!)
There's also that classic park activity:
Or I guess the proper term is "picnicking."
For you park-lovers getting married, here's a delicate hand painted number:
(By Cake Central member Ratga)
I like how the tree tops extend over the tiers!
Or how about the pebbles-and-bark textures on this one?
(By Delicut Cakes)
Not to mention my favorite color flowers. Mmmm.
This sugar waterfall works perfectly with a topsy-turvy cake:
(By Rising Flours)
Also perfect? The white frothy bits near the bottom. So good.
I'm diggin' the silhouettes on this one:
Plus? It's fondant-free!
And finally, while it's not exactly a parks-celebrating cake, I couldn't pass up showing you guys this EPIC Ron Swanson lumberjack cake:
(By Artisan Cake Company.)
Even the axe is sugar! And it's filled with red flannel!
Now that's sweet.
Happy Sunday, everyone!