11 MerMay Sweets

It's Mer-May, minions!

Let's make some waves.


(Canberra Cake Designer, Australia)

This sugar glass "water" is the stuff that dreams are made of. How did they get those color blends? 


When I first saw this cake I thought it was tiny, but it's actually huge!


(Paloma Sempere Gras, Spain)

And look at all that detail! I can't get over her floating hair.


More gorgeous sugar glass:


(Lolli Cakes By Ella, California)


And look at these adorable pastel cuties:


(Patricia Arribálzaga, Spain)

I like the way the tail are tucked in the wavy layers, so clever.


Plus I have to show you one more from Patricia, because this tail pop is too cute:



Of course if we're talking mermaids, we have to include a certain red-head:

(From Instagram, but I can't track the baker down. Help?)

This is my new favorite art of Ariel, I love how pastel she is. And check out the little clams on top, with the pearls inside!


And now for something... completely different:

(Daniel Diéguez, UK)

What can I say except, you're welcome. :D

(I was so tempted to put this one last and call him the Happy Ending.)


I almost didn't include this evil siren, but I think you guys will appreciate her total badassness:

(Dmytrii Puga, Ukraine)

Ahhh-MAZING. I still can't believe she's cake.


My friend Bianca reminded me I have to show off a cake of the ORIGINAL mermaid inspiration, so here ya go:

(Kyrsten's Sweet Designs, Pennsylvania)

Barbara Manatee says, "Draw me like your French girls."




Not technically a mermaid, but this stained glass hippocampus designs is too stunning to leave out:

(Steel Penny Cakes, Pennsylvania)


And last but not least, an Art Nouveau beauty that made my jaw drop:

(Fatiha Kadi Cake Designer, Hungary)

You guys go on ahead. I'mma just stare at this a while.

::dreamy sigh::


Happy Sunday, everyone! I hope the rest of your week goes swimmingly.


Do you shop Amazon? Then how about clicking through my affiliate link to shop? USAUK, Canada.

 Visiting Amazon through those links will help support the site, and costs you nothing. Thanks, guys!

And from my other blog, Epbot: