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I made this Teapot cake for my Great-grandmother's birthday. The bottom is 2 8 inch rounds stacked and the teapot is made from the Pampered Chef small batter bowl.
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By hobbycakes
Apr 13, 2005
This cake was copied out of a Wilton Yearbook.  They no longer sell the original candles but I found some similar ones at a party store.  The accents are made from half gumpaste half mmf.  The hat and bear are hand molded mmf/gumpaste.  Royal icing drop flowers add a border.  I had issues with the chairs and table standing up straight.  I also think I would have done a quilted table cloth if I could.
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By frankandcathy
Jun 4, 2006
I took this to a MOPS ( Mothers of Preschoolers) meeting and all of the moms loved it.  It could be a birthday cake,too.  There are flowers on the side, too.  I uploaded another pic of it.
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By annasmom
Apr 13, 2005
This cake was done for a little girl's dress-up tea party birthday.  The hat is a 6" cake covered in rolled fondant with buttercream roses.  The pearls and gloves are made of rolled fondant.
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By mycakesandmore
Apr 13, 2005
100% of the decorations are edible!  The armor is painted with edible silver, the dragon's coins painted with edible gold.  Details include the blue birds in the tree top, bumble bees on the bark, squirrels among the rocks, tiny white mice on the ground, & flowers painted on the tea service.  All hand molded and hand painted (no airbrushing). Made with fondant, pastillage, & royal icing.
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005
This is one of the teapot cakes I have made for a bridal shower. They wanted it in shades of lavendar, I used buttercream icing and gum paste for the handle and spout. Buttercream rose for the topper.
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By Loucinda
Apr 13, 2005
This is my first teapot cake.  The teapot, tea cup, and base are all made out of cake. This took me so many hours.
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By katie
Apr 16, 2005
Two tiered cake colored in light pink and lavender.  Accented with flowers, polka dots, lace, and triangles.  Cake was made for my mother and the tea party that I prepared for her for Mother's Day.
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By APieceofCake
Apr 17, 2005
This is my 2nd time working with fondant. I made it for the Coffee Shop here in town. Not happy with the handle on this one.
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By Loucinda
Apr 23, 2005
For my Mother & Mother-in-law ~ A 2 layer 7"-oval carrot cake/w cream cheese BC icing & filling.  Marshmallow fondant tea set, including spoons, slice of cake, and cookies.  MM Fondant table cloth using tip #106 to stamp in  the detail.  I also used tip #107 to stamp in the flower pattern on the tea set, and used Wilton color paste watered down to paint the flowers.  I also used different tips to cut out the cookies and painted them.
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By jscakes
May 11, 2005
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By TheCakeShak
Jun 20, 2005
Fondant teapot cake made for my daughter's 3 year old birthday party!
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By DebraZ
Jul 13, 2005
frosted w/ buttercream and fondant tablecloth.  The tea party set is my daughters.
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By amberlicious
Aug 8, 2005
Russian Tea Cakes made for a church Christmas Tea.  Pointsettias are royal.
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By cakemommy
Aug 21, 2005
I made this for a friend's birthday....basically just for the heck of it.  It was a learning experience, but I think it turned out nice!  Sports ball pan, iced in buttercream, royal flowers.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Aug 22, 2005
I made this cake for our church luncheon.  It is an applesauce spice cake taken from The Cake Mix Doctor book.  Iced with bc and smoothed with viva papertowels, the handel, lid, and spout are fondant that I let dry with toothpicks inserted to hold them in place.  The dasies are royal.
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By Cakemaker
Aug 27, 2005
I made this cake for my grandmother’s 78th birthday. She always brought out her tea set for fun tea parties when we would visit her so I thought I would honor that great memory with this cake. The cake is a 10” round yellow cake with vanilla pastry cream, fresh strawberries, buttercream and rolled fondant. I hand-made and painted the fondant tea set and covered the round cake board with fondant and painted it. The purple pansies were hand made and then luster dusted as well as the leaves.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Sep 23, 2005
This was for a bridal shower for a morning tea. I made this cake last summer. I wish I had used fondant but had never tried it before so i did what I knew. its the ball cake pan with the small ball cake pan for the top.
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By psurrette
Oct 13, 2005
This was a learning experience.  Many things went wrong, but it was just for a friend who lets me experiment with her needs.  It still tased yummy!
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By 4cakefiends
Oct 17, 2005
This was for a tea party. I originally planned to do a teapot cake....but got several orders that week. I opted for the easier plan of doing an edible image of the invitation. The client was thrilled.
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By traci
Oct 30, 2005
This was my Wilton Contest cake entry.  I had a lot of fun with it.  I was extremely pleased with my results.  Thanks for looking!!
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By amandasweetcakes
Nov 25, 2005
Baked for my nephew's 9th birthday. The cake is green tea chiffon cake with longan fruits as fillings, sprinkled with green tea powder on top to depict grass.
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By nanzz
Nov 27, 2005
I made this cake and frosting with Starbucks chai tea for a Starbucks chai tea fanatic. It tasted very good. This was my first time using an edible image printed at home. The image does not look too smooth but everyone was impressed by the design. The logo as well as all the words were printed using the edible paper. The rosebuds are royal icing and the leaves are fruit roll ups. Thanks for looking.
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By CakeDesigns
Jan 9, 2006
Teapot & teacups & sugar bowl are all cakes made using sports ball pan & mini wonder mold.  Sugar cubes, saucers, napkins, spout, handle & roses are all fondant.  I need some practice at cutting cakes level as you can see from the uneven teacups!!
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By swoboda
Jan 30, 2006
Made for a second birthday at a local Country Club; all parts of sugar.
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By Ginger08
Feb 3, 2006
I lost my color film roll and my friend gave me this picture.  She only uses B/W fim.  I mad this table to go along with the teapot.  It has a rolled fondant tablecloth in a pal blue.  I made the teacups out of cupcakes and the handles were wire covered in floral tape.  They had a layer of pudding on the top to look like coffee.  I took the invitation, deleted the info, miniaturized it and placed it on the table.
By SHenyd
Feb 13, 2006
The teapot was done with the 3D ball pan with a cookie handle and a small icecream cone for the spout.  The cups used the mini wondermolds, with cookie handles and cookie saucers.
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By hockeymom
Feb 22, 2006
Okay--here is the cake that I lost interest in last night and had to do this AM. The pot is from the sports ball pan and the spout , handle and top is a thick sugar cookie--well done.  All covered in BC frosting.  Didn't realized the sticks showed until I downloaded pic.  Oh well, mean Lauren was plesed with it.  It was for her Alice in Wonderland Bday party.
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By Mac
Mar 4, 2006
Red Velvet Cake
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By PinkCakeBox
Mar 12, 2006
This was for a baby shower tea party.  The handle and spout are made out of fondant that I shaped and let dry overnight.
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By chloeanddeacon
Mar 20, 2006
Two little fairy's having a tea party. all edible except the fairy wings which are made with wire and gelatin.
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By socake
Mar 26, 2006
This is a teapot cake I made for my daughter's birthday party.  First one.  The bottom layer (under the tablecloth) is a dummy cake. The spout and handle are fondant-covered styrofoam.  The spout proved to be a challenge and I ended up using ribbon roses to hold it up.  Still turned out cute and I got a lot of compliments on it.
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By christyA
Apr 22, 2006
White cake filled with strawberry cream and covered with fondant.  Flowers and tea cup/saucer made of fondant.  My very first tiered cake.
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By Maddey
Apr 27, 2006
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By creativecakesbychristine
May 1, 2006
My daughter wanted something nicer for my Mom for Mother's Day because she said my hands topper was creepy. I can't paint flowers to save my life so I copied a wheat china pattern that I received from my 1st Mom still uses it! lol
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By BellaRosa
May 7, 2006
The cake was pictured at an angle so you could see the White Rabbit on the front, but I think you can still see the top picture okay.  Everything was done with buttercream, and a lot of it was applied with paintbrushes & toothpicks.  Thanks for looking!  :D
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By OCakes
May 7, 2006
Teapot spout, handle, saucers and cup handles are all cut out cookies.
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By SoldierJunkie
May 12, 2006
This is the display cake I took with me to the 2005 ICES convention in New Orleans.
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By missyek
May 21, 2006
Close up of the girls' tea party.
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By missyek
May 21, 2006
This is my first time doing one of these. I enjoyed it.
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By tysmom
Jun 5, 2006


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