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What's a Wreck?

A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate - you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it's simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons. Anyone who has ever smeared frosting on a baked good has made a Wreck at one time or another, so I'm not here to vilify decorators: Cake Wrecks is just about finding the funny in unexpected, sugar-filled places.

Now, don't you have a photo you want to send me? ;)

- Jen

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Please take this opportunity to entertain yourself by:

- Correcting this cake:

{Bonus points for music puns.}


- Naming this Muppet character:

Complete with catch phrase.


- Counting the Skittles:

Then the gummi worms.
Then the panda cookies.
Then the Fruit Chews and gum drops and stuffed giraffe hang tags).


- Flagging this flower cake on Facebook for nudity:



- Writing a haiku to explain Batman's expression:

(Points subtracted if you use the Squatty Potty haiku. Because yes, WE KNOW THAT ONE.)


- Leaving a colorful birthday message after the beep.



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Sunday Sweets Celebrates Dia De Los Muertos

Whether you actually celebrate Dia De Los Muertos or just love the bright beauty of this Mexican holiday, today's Sweets are for you!

(By Sweet Pea Tailored Confections)

Sugar skulls are almost synonymous with Day of the Dead, and with colors this cheerful, it's easy to see why!


Here's a little sweetie with sugar skull face paint:

(By Mary Way)

The little skulls around her feet are just the cutest things ever.


Here's an incredible sculpt of Frida Kahlo celebrating:

(By Zorica's Cake Art for Sugar Skulls Bakers)


And a bold minimalistic style with PERFECT piping:

(By Torta Couture Cakes)


Here's something different: a hand painted, Day of the Dead mermaid:

(By KO's Cakes)



Another incredible - albeit kinda creepy - sculpt:

(By Imaginarium Cakes)

Look at all the detail on the skull and the face mask - and the individual curls of her hair!


A classic red-and-black beauty:

(By The CakeLdy)


And a not-so-classic but oh-so-fun Rockabilly style:

(By Man Bakes Cake)

That hair swoop! Hee!


Marigolds are popular during Dia celebrations, and these sugar versions have the most amazing texture:

(By Sugar Song Cakes)


And while we're talking texture, check out the incredible 3D "embroidery" on this bottom tier:

(By Dolca Llepolia)

It really looks hand stitched, and those colors practically glow. LOVE.


And one last dark beauty:

(By Little Cherry Cake Company)

So many great details! I spy a guitar, candles, marigolds, some tamales - and I *think* the fruit on top is a dragon fruit. Also, today I learned what a dragon fruit looks like. :D


Happy Day of the Dead, everyone! Here's to loved ones gone-but-never-forgotten.


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