[PHOTOS] Malaysian Baker Strikes Again With Gorgeous Cake Designs For All Festivities

Pretty things must be shared.

Cover image via @keempossible_2 (Instagram)

Malaysian baker Keem Ooi, who went viral last year for making an adorable 'Animal Crossing' roll cake, has since come up with even cuter and prettier creations

Ooi's Instagram with nearly 60,000 followers was hacked last year, causing her to lose her following.

However, the 50-year-old mum took it in stride, set up a new account, and bounced back stronger. 

During Christmas, the self-taught baker came up with this adorable tree cake with gingerbread men and a whimsical bird with poinsettia flowers roll

When asked how she gets such immaculate details on the cakes, Ooi explained to SAYS that she pipes the batter for the base of the design first before painting over to enhance it.

Look at the details on this floofy-looking bird!

For Chinese New Year this year, she's made a kumquat (golden orange) roll cake – a fruit which symbolises prosperity, together with the word 'Blessing' printed on it

True to her style, even the inside looks too pretty to eat!

We can't get over how cute and tasty this little pumpkin sponge cake looks

She made this cake last year during the Halloween season, which had layers of kiwi, Mandarin oranges, and a cream cheese filling. *drool*

For her daughter's birthday, she made strawberry shortcake with Korean-inspired cream frosting.

Image via @keempossible_2 (Instagram)

Ooi teaches classes at a baking studio called The Upper Kitchen.

To admire more of her pretty cakes and other desserts, follow her on Instagram.

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