Wow, is that a real cake, or one of those fake ones..?i want to eat it..even if it is fake! lolyour blog is coming along wonderfully, you'll really love blogland the more you get to know it!if there's ever anything you need advice about or help with, you can ask me, and if I know the answer, lol, i'll help you! k!ciao bellacreative carmelina was here!
Is this a real cake? Can you eat this? It is beautiful. What a great idea. I am so glad you joined us for Tea Cup Tuesday. I hope you play again next week. I can't wait to see what you will think of next. Blessings, Martha
Thank you both for your kind thoughts. Yes it is a real cake. That one was done for a Christmas tea I had. My guests didn't want me to cut it! His cakes were amazing. All five layers of them! I gave my daughter in law a bridal shower tea in the garden a few years ago. He did three different teapot cakes for me to match the china I used. It was hard to cut into them they were so gorgeous. Each table was a different color scheme and he matched the china perfectly. I'll post some pictures for you in the next few days.
What a delightful Tea Pot!! So very cute!!Debbie
I love your teapot! :)You are in the ride of your life!xoRebecca
Wow, I want a piece of that now.
He made the best cakes!!!!! Unfortunately he retired recently. :( I bought a cake from the new owners for Dylan's birthday but it wasn't nearly as tasty or nice.
From one who doesn't believe in a plain cake... this one is awesome!! Great inspiration. What a great idea for a shower cake or a ladies tea party!