Happy Birthday to You

Food & Drink / Stories / April 10, 2014

What’s a party without a cake? Any child’s birthday celebration will be extra special with these custom designed cakes from Carol Wieberg, owner of Frosted Art Studio. Works of edible art, these cakes and cookies are almost too pretty to eat but dig in because they taste as good as they look.

Bonnie Ballerina

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A dancing hippopotamus balances on one toe atop a pale pink and white fondant enrobed cake. The tutu is extra.

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Ahoy Matey!

Matey_CakePerfect for boys, this fondant covered pirate cake is decorated with a skull and crossbones and a merry pirate doing a jig upon the treasure chest. There’s even several treasure maps.

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WhoOO’s 16?

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The bright electric pink, orange and green fondant flowers and ribbon light up the popular owl themed cake. Happy Sweet 16!

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Carol Wieberg

Carol_WiebergCarol Wieberg is a baker and cake decorator extraordinaire. After earning her BSE in Home Economics, she worked as a pastry chef for a catering company and then as a cake decorator for a baker. She’s actually a self-taught sugar artist who started Frosted Art Studio four years ago and the business has been growing each year. It’s easy to see why. She specializes in custom cake design and sweet treats in a variety of delicious flavors. In addition to vanilla and chocolate, there’s also red velvet, vanilla chai and spiced carrot with the traditional butter cream frosting as well as cookies-n-cream and zesty lemon.

For more information go to www.frostedartstudio.com. Located at 712 Jefferson Street, Jefferson City, Mo.






Alvin Leifeste




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