Teapot Baby Shower

Did this for a baby shower, but they were doing an afternoon tea for the shower instead of the norm. shower. I covered the whole cake in fondant. 10" sq. and ball pan with a 6 in. rd in the midd. of it for the teapot. Accessories made from gumpaste, TFL.

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Thank you for the cake dimensions....beautiful cake. Are the butterflies cut with cookie cutter? and how did you get the wings to stand up?

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Is the teapot solid or just a shell? Our church has a tea every year and this would make a great centerpiece! Love it!

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thank you so much for commenting :D Stampinron, the butterflies are cut using a cookie cutter and then I fold a piece of paper kind of as a fan fold and then I take each butterfly and using an exacto knife but not pressing hard push down a bit in the center where the wings meet and then close the wings together a bit before I put them in the folds of the paper.


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