Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS - Danielle Jarvis

ROPES Cross­ing mum Je­se­lyn De Je­sus de­cided she should fill her time when her son started day care.

The self-taught baker started her business, Je­se­lyn’s Cakes, in Au­gust and now she spends her days mak­ing de­li­cious desserts with a flo­ral flare.

“I do ev­ery­thing sweet,” Ms De Je­sus said. “Show me a pic­ture and I’ll find a recipe and do it. I don’t like to say no to a cus­tomer.”

She was in­spired to add mac­aron tow­ers to her menu af­ter she saw a pic­ture on In­sta­gram.

Her 10-tiered mac­aron tower takes three days and more than 250 mac­arons to make. Her most pop­u­lar re­quest was first birth­day cakes for girls, which was good be­cause “girlie things and any­thing with flow­ers, gold or sil­ver” is her favourite style.

De­tails: Face­book page Je­se­lyn’s Cakes. See video: mt­druitt stan­dard.com.au

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