Australain Native Flower Cake

This cake was a request only 2 days ago for a work collegues mother who turns 60 tomorrow. She didnt want anything to do with 60 in the cake. She asked that it be half and half cake - baileys choc mud and butter cake, so baked it in 2 tins and put it together. When covered in fondant I could see the strip so I decided to make it into a book and use the organza ribbon as the divider. The flowers are made of gumpaste and they are Australian natives - Proteas - her favourite. I sure hope she enjoys this o

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playingwithsugar Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea, to turn it into a book. What are the accent flowers? Theresa

mrssambo Says... 8 years ago

Thanks - they are gumpaste flowers - called proteas, a type of Australian native flower

lapazlady Says... 8 years ago

what a nice cake. The flowers are really different, beautiful.

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Beautifully done - Love those flowers and your handwriting is very good too!! P.T.

Phoov Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful~

oritdecor Says... 7 years ago

It's just beautiful!

playingwithsugar Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea, to turn it into a book. What are the accent flowers? Theresa

mrssambo Says... 8 years ago

Thanks - they are gumpaste flowers - called proteas, a type of Australian native flower

lapazlady Says... 8 years ago

what a nice cake. The flowers are really different, beautiful.

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Beautifully done - Love those flowers and your handwriting is very good too!! P.T.

Phoov Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful~

oritdecor Says... 7 years ago

It's just beautiful!


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