"I've been doing this for about 26 years," said Libby Jones.
Jones makes wedding, birthday, baby shower, anniversary and "just because" cakes.
"I got into this when I worked at the Harlan Workshop, and they made them in the kitchen," said Jones. "I became interested and decided to take a beginners cake decorating class at Southeast."
Jones bakes the cakes at her home.
"Once you learn the basics, the rest just develops over the years," said Jones. "It just takes practice. The hardest thing I had to learn was how to make the roses."
Jones can bake and decorate a cake in one day, but that is not usually the process.
"I work full-time, so I usually bake the cakes on Thursday, decorate them on Friday and set them up on Saturday," said Jones.
Jones said that she goes through "spells" where sometimes she will be busy doing multiple cakes at once.
"There are times that I do anywhere from one to three cakes a night. I stay pretty busy. Sometimes, I do two cakes in one weekend," said Jones.
Jones recently baked a particular wedding cake that was very special to her.
"My nephew got married on Aug. 13, and I made the cake for the bride and groom," said Jones. "But this was no ordinary cake. The wedding had a