From the monthly archives: July 2012

Meet Genevieve Levicki!!

A little background info:
Just recently moved to Austin from LA
What do you do other than cakes?
I’m a cake decorator and I own a web development company with my husband  (BeepBoopBop)
If you had to pick just one dessert, what would be your favorite?
Ice Cream.
What is one thing that makes you Genevieve?
I use to sing in a couple bands- Justin Riner Project, Loverlee and Calamity Magnet.

Show us some of your awesome cakes:

“Having a penchant for fun and creativity, I decided to follow a dream and a love for baking and decorating cakes. I enjoy doing just about anything that requires working with my hands, whether it be making a cake or building shelves. With an eye and disposition for detail I put my whole heart and soul into everything I do. I love, love, love eating good tasting food and that carries through to my desire to serve it.

An artist at heart, creative to my bones, determined to attain perfection and never fail. That is me.”

Check out some of Genevieve’s links:


Thanks for being our first spotlight! We’re so glad to have you in the club and we can’t wait to see more of your creations.


Contact: Kyla Myers


AUSTIN, Texas – July 3, 2012

Capital Confectioners’ 2012 “Day of Sharing” will feature demonstrations by local, national, and international sugar arts experts including the UK’s famed flower maker Alan Dunn.

“Alan Dunn has been creating botanically perfect flowers for some 20 years,” said Kyla Myers, president of Capital Confectioners. “He literally wrote the book on the subject – almost a dozen of them!”

Dunn is a sought-after presenter, having taught extensively throughout the UK as well as in the US, Canada, Japan, Holland, Sweden, The Channel Islands, Brazil, South Africa, Malaysia, Australia, and New Zealand.

“It’s been over a decade since he’s taught in Texas, so we’re thrilled to be hosting him at our event this year,” Myers said.

Other demonstrations will be provided by Yvette Humbert, Dawn Parrott, Kathleen Lange, and Lorraine McKay. This year’s theme is “Holidays”, so presenters will be incorporating that into their demonstrations and club volunteers will do likewise with donated desserts for all.

Registration is now open at . The cost is $45 ($50 after August 1) and includes all demonstrations, a continental breakfast, and a catered lunch. Vendors and raffles offer extra goodies for budget-friendly prices. Additional classes with Dunn and several other demonstrators are also available before and after the event.

More Information:

2012 Capital Confectioners’ Day of Sharing
Sunday, August 19, 8 am – 5 pm
Connally High School, 13212 N. Lamar, Austin, TX 78753

This annual fundraising and educational event is hosted by Capital Confectioners’ Cake Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing, promoting, encouraging, and expanding the appreciation and practice of the arts of cake decorating, confections, and related media. More information about the club is available at