Great job! how did you Layer the cakes on top of each other?
Just Beautiful! very well done.
Wow, this is great... new and refreshing idea... :D
Love, love, love this cake, especially the teacup with the details around the rim. Just beautiful - thank you for posting your picture(es).
very nice - great teacup , what did you use for a mold?
Thanks. I just dug around my kitchen and bought some cheap vases from Michael's and saw which looked the best. The kitchen bowl won :) FYI: mold on the outside of the bowl and lots of powdered sugar works well, grease or grease and saran wrap do NOT! :)
very nice !!!!!!
love your creativity with this one!!!! beautiful job!
Flawless!!! Stunning!!! What talent!!! :o 8O I would love to know how you did the teacup.
Thanks all! The cakes are contructed as per the tutorial here on cc. For the teacup I molded heavily powdered sugared gumpaste over a bowl I had in the kitchen (tried both grease and saran wrap, neither worked), formed the handle and let them both dry. Then I piped royal for the details, attached the handle with royal, and sprayed all over with super pearl. It is attached to the cake with royal. I used the mold bowl to press a dent in the cake first to give it a better place to rest.
Thanks so much for sharing! :)
your corners are so sharp. Its really flawless.
What a great cake!
beautiful job! so eyecatching!
stunning!! What a beautiful cake, you are so very talented!
gorgeous cake, excellent descriptive instructions. thank you.
Great job! I love it! Perfect edges-great angles...absolutely mahvelous dahling!
:o 8O 8O 8O 8O so nice! congratulations! good job
The detail on your cup is amazing. It is a beautiful cake!!!
Gorgeous, your cup is just perfect, it looks like real china
Beautiful! You are so talented. all you cakes are amazing!!
your cake is so well done. Love the teacup and all the details!
:o :o :o Love the teacup!
Stunning!! Your cake is perfect!!
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this is beautiful how did you do it how can u put the cakes like if is going to fall, i love how the teacup came out plsss tell me how u did it plsssssss thank you so much :roll:
The cakes are assembled in the same way the tutorial on here says, and the teacup is gumpaste formed over a well-powdered-sugared bowl from my kitchen. The handle was formed separately and added with royal icing once dry.
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