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|Kyleen Kiger- Smith - I took my first cake class in 1989. It started as a hobby and then a weekend job to
make ends meet. Since those days my passion has given me my drive. brings out the craftiness and artistic
abilities that has been passed down to me from my parents. What can I say, it runs in the family. I have
worked at a bakery and a flower shop in the past. It was nice, but I like to do things my way. I did organize
the Baton Rouge Cake Club. I also like to travel around to participate in national cake competitions and take
cake classes. No work on Sunday for me. I am a mother of four boys and have a very patient husband that
bring that twinkle in my eye each an every day. Cake is third in my priority book - God and my family are at
the top tier. This, dare I say job, lets me do what I love while being able to be with whom I love thanks to
clients like you.
Since business had been so good our first year,I had enlisted in the help of my dad, Greg Kiger,which is a
professional artist. He has retired from the Morning Advocate newspaper as head illustrator of eighteen
years, to free lance painting. You may find his paintings in the local art galleries,his murals in schools and
churches, and even his painted works on many of the cakes shown on this website. I am so blessed to work
with my Dad.