My daughter is turning nine today. And next weekend I'm throwing her a tea party. A pretty elaborate one, w/ flower pins, feathers, real tea cups, and a tea pot cake.
However I've never made a specialty cake before. I'm a pretty decent baker and I'm extremely crafty so I know I can do it. I just need the know how, I can follow directions to a tea (lol)
Any help would be appreciated.
You could do a search for a teapot on here and email that person for directions. You can also do a search on the internet - I know I've seen directions on there before.
This post is loaded with tips!
Here is the tutorial I used to make my teapot cake
I made the teacups out of the small mini wondermold pan and just leveled them to all the same size
Good luck- it was a fun cake to make!
that is exactly what I was looking for!
Oh how sweet.. Nothing like a good ole Tea Party.. Bturpin your cake is so sweet..
If you have any questions, just ask - I have made many of them! (I used to bake for the tea house here in our town, and they ordered them alot) They are not hard to do at all.
I made a tea party cake a long time ago. I used the Wilton ball pan for my teapot. Here's the photo...maybe it can help you out:
You might do a search here on CC for tea or teapot and see other photos to give you some ideas.