I was lucky to be invited to host a merchant space at École Bilingue where a choir member works. In preparation, I made huge fake pops as part of the table decorations so people can see from far away what I was selling. I also sold a number of gluten free cake pops as well, that turned out quite well. I had chocolate, vanilla, red velvet, and strawberry flavors available.
Get your cake pops! Starting at $20/dz
All proceeds go towards my cost for the #lavenderpentour in October with #oigc and the #sfgmc... JOIN ME IN THIS JOURNEY TO CHANGE HISTORY.
Greetings! I'm continuing to sell cake pops to raise money for the #oigc#sfgmc #lavenderpentour in October. Please support buy purchasing some cake pops or visiting my crowdrise page! www.crowdrise.com/isachu
44 orders, 75 dozen, and over 900 cake pops later, you've helped me raise over $1,100 out of my $6000 (adjusted) goal for the Lavender Pen Tour happening this October, 2017! Thank you all so much!
Special thanks to my mom and POPS (see what I did there?) for helping me wrap, bag, and double check all my orders!
Cakepops for your Valentine??? 😍
I'm selling cake pops to raise money for the Lavender Pen Tour in October... My personal goal is to raise $7000, which will cover tour cost for approximately 3 people. Please consider supporting this great tour! Message me individually for any orders. Thanks in advance for your support!
Order by Feb 9th...
$20/dozen cake pops
chocolate, vanilla, or red velvet // individually wrapped // delivery in and around Richmond/Berkeley/Oakland on Sunday the 12th and Monday 13th.
More about SFGMC and the tour here:
Or donate directly to OIGC at www.oigc.org
I was so happy to be able to do this cake for my friend's mom's 70th birthday. I love when someone takes time to celebrate themselves - well deserved! Happy Birthday Tita!
This was a co-workers weekend :) I received a request for cake pops and a smash cake from my training peer in the Oakland Fire Department, who's daughter was born 3 weeks before my niece. Then another co-worker requested cake pops for her niece's frozen themed party.
The cake pops were straight forward enough. Sparkling sugar on white candy coating. White and blue for the FROZEN theme, and a pastel palette for the 1st birthday party. The cake was also pretty simple, a small 6" round with some bundt flags, which I made myself! #proud :)
I was invited to participate in the debut event for a new organization called Blessed with Breasts. Their mission is to "SHIFT the way our society views, talks about, and objectifies breasts." It was a beautiful event that included chocolate, photography, a fashion show, and sharing stories about healing, self-love and acceptance. It was held in San Francisco at the Red Victorian in the Haight district - what a beautiful and creative space! When I was first approached about the event to provide some sweets, I thought instantly of cake truffles, to look like little boobies! I thought of using varying shades of brown/beige. I thought of having different flavors of cake for each color, but because of time, I ended up using just one flavor. It worked out because I was able to say that even though they all look different, they're all the same inside - how symbolic!!!
I was also going to make some petit-fours which turned out to be an #epicfail! not so much the cake itself, but the coating, I still have yet to figure out how to get a good poured fondant! So I ended up taking the cake originally planned for the petit-fours, and made more cake truffles. And for those that wanted something besides chocolate, I made some lemon bars as well. The Chu On Cakes spread was joined by appetizers from KAY Catering, and some chocolate covered strawberries.
Isa S. Chu
In 2010, Isa Chu decided to try her hand at decorating cakes - something detailed, something artistic, something fun, something tactile, something sweet, and something challenging - so she did, as Diva's Cakes and Confections.
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