Ingrid here today with a little birthday cake.
Made this cake with the Vintage Autumn Basics collection.
Decorated the round sides with the Vintage Autumn papers, using No.II and the bottom strip. The clocks were cut out of the No.XVI. paper.
The flat sides of the cake were decorated with some fiber paste to imitate the whipped cream.
Don’t you just love the clock paper sheet?!
The cut out clocks will be a great touch on almost any project!
Here I cut out a few and layered them together.
Another cut out clock for an extra touch.
And the (cherry) clock on top of the cake!
I have added some mini glass beads into the wet fiber paste.
Soften them up a little using some gesso.
Decorated the cake with some lovely flowers and embellishments and voila, a yummy cake (with no calories!)!lol
Maja papers used:
Vintage Autumn Basics: No.II + bottom strip and No.XVI
Other products used:
prima flowers and distress tool, pearls, mini glass beads, fiber paste, gesso, lace, charms.
Enjoy your day!
Ingrid, your cake is simply gorgeous!!! Could there have been any more perfect papers than the Maja ones you have chosen? Love the “cream”, the clocks, the beads, the flower combinations!. Ah … I’m off to have another slice!!
This is one of my top favourites. Splendid!
ohhhhh boy – Internet scream. This is a magnificent and amazing and jaw dropping cake. This is the kind of cake a gal sure does love.
This is stunning and looks so delicious, well done
squeal !!!!! this is just amazing. so perfectly created and sooooooooooo clever . beautiful work Ingrid, your work is so inspiring xoxox
Gorgeous and low-cal – a perfection 🙂
Oh Ingrid! This project is AMAZING!! Absolutely gorgeous!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! xo
“made a little birthday cake” she says…..uh….like WOW!!!! this is absolutely DIVINE!!! an absolute BRAVO from me! what a perfectly amazing and delightful project!!! outstanding and spectacular to be sure!!! I absolutely love it!
lol…..it really is a ‘little’ cake Nancy….only 11,5cm x 9cm, +/- 4,5×3,5 inch!
I’m not much of a cook but I sure love to ‘bake’ these cakes!! 🙂
well for such a “little” cake 🙂 it sure packs a BIG punch! 🙂 and lol…. I got a good chuckle from this, so thank you!
This IS my favourite project of yours. But you already know that. My happy shriek ended up with a birthday cake of my own in my mailbox. 😀
Oh Ingrid. I have made many a craft, but yours is tops in my book. Gorgeous. May I copy it…..just beautiful. God bless you. Thank you for sharing.