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Tea Party Cake

Tea anyone? When my daughter asked for a tea party theme for her 4th birthday, I immediately thought of a lovely table with tablecloth for a cake, set with sweets and tea. Luckily with this kind of detail, I can do them ahead of time out of fondant because it lasts, but I switched it up this time. Since I've been dabbling in clay lately, I decided to do the tea set and food in clay so she could play with them after the cake is gobbled up. The tablecloth on down is fondant and edible goodness, here's how it turned out.

This cake was labor intensive, at least the clay bits, but it was worth it, it will last and boy is this food tiny! Here's how it went...


"SOPHIA" was cut out using the Ateco Alphabet Letter Set.





To give you an idea of scale... (and I have tiny hands)



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  1. What a post you share. i just mad about these party cakes. yummy...

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  2. Wow!! Such an adorable tea party cake. I am in love with it. Just loved these awesome little toppers, they look elegant. Planning a tea party for my friends at venue New York and would love to have similar cake there. Everyone will love it.

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  3. This cake looks wonderful and delicious. It will easy if you make it on electric pressure cooker. Thanks for share this.

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