Friday, February 15, 2013

FakeCake


Yesterday I played around with some homemade playdough :)


I wanted to make a gothic fakecake as an accessory for our kitchen and I think it turned good as it was my first time trying this. I was afraid that the parts would crack when I dried them in the oven but I was lucky!


The inspiration I got from the swedish blog Loppisentusiasten.

14 comments:

  1. It is beautiful! Oh, I love it! I hope you don't mind if I save the picture in my computer, I really like it so much *_*

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  2. That cake is gorgeous! Look at those roses! You will be such a great cake/ pastry maker! I hope you will be able to do that as a job soon!

    I hope no one eats the cake! I would definitely be tempted to! Nom!

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    1. Thank you! <3 I really wish that I will get the opportunity to work as a pastry maker again someday :)

      Yes I think they would be very disappointed if they tried xD

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  3. Jag är helt förundrad hur du kan komma på allt.
    Måste vara helt fantastiskt att ha en sådan stor kreativ sida. Blir väldigt avundsjuk. :)

    Måste bara säga att jag älskar rosorna <3

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    1. Nämen oj tack, vilken underbar komplimang :D <3

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  4. Oj vad fin! Kanske kan du göra några liknande i mini-format och använda som bordsdekor på bröllopet?

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  5. It looks lovely, if you don't reveal, that it's fake, I would have thought it's a real cake, seriously! ^^ Just tell everyone in the house, that it's not eatable...! :P

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  6. Trolldeg? Jättefin är den! Trodde först det var en riktigt tårta!

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    1. Ja det är trolldeg, jag kunde inte hitta någon direkt översättning på engelska :P

      Tack vad kul att så många tar miste :D

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  7. You have such a gift, I can't believe nobody has hired you yet!

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