Green Teapot

I was asked to do this on Wed and they needed it Friday in the am. It was for a Women's History and Awareness Function. And since it was the day before St. Pat's day, they were going with a green theme. This was my first teapot and I sure learned alot - like not do it in 36 hours!!! It's the Wilton sports ball pan and a 6" round in the middle. The cake itself is covered with MMF. The handle and spout are MMF with fixodent (that's all I had on hand for a last minute job). Then it was sprayed with pearl luste

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KittisKakes Says... 8 years ago

I forgot to add that the flowers on the sides of the pot are RI using the brush embroidery technique.

2sdae Says... 8 years ago

very pretty and delicate looking...classy.

scgriffiths Says... 8 years ago

Wor, it's beautiful! I love the brush embroidery. I've never tried that.

Nathalie1970 Says... 8 years ago

it looks great!!!

fletcher Says... 8 years ago

beautiful!

jennycakes Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake-how did you adhere the handle? Any toothpicks?

KittisKakes Says... 8 years ago

The spout and the handle have dowel rods that were put in before they dried. Then that was inserted into the cake.

harmonhouseofraymond Says... 7 years ago

beautiful

KittisKakes Says... 8 years ago

I forgot to add that the flowers on the sides of the pot are RI using the brush embroidery technique.

2sdae Says... 8 years ago

very pretty and delicate looking...classy.

scgriffiths Says... 8 years ago

Wor, it's beautiful! I love the brush embroidery. I've never tried that.

Nathalie1970 Says... 8 years ago

it looks great!!!

fletcher Says... 8 years ago

beautiful!

jennycakes Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake-how did you adhere the handle? Any toothpicks?

KittisKakes Says... 8 years ago

The spout and the handle have dowel rods that were put in before they dried. Then that was inserted into the cake.

harmonhouseofraymond Says... 7 years ago

beautiful


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