Thursday, August 18, 2011

Gorgeous New Shabby Faux Fabric Cakes!


Hello Darling Friends! I have been at it again!
Recycling foam to make these darling faux cakes!

I think they are so pretty displayed on my cake platter and
they do not make me fluffy as my real chocolate does!

If you have the patience...this is such a fun afternoon (in the comfort of home) project.

So pretty with clusters of roses and other pretty delightful flowers!
I typed a tutorial for these just click on the purple "tutorial"
I will be sharing this faublousness with
My Romantic Home
and
How Sweet the Sound

Big Squishy Hugs,
Olivia



20 comments:

  1. Questi dolci finti sono un amore!Rosetta

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  2. Olivia these are so pretty sweet one!!

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  3. Oh Olivia, these are so pretty, especially on your lovely dishes. Have a wonderful weekend!!!
    hugs~~~ Daphne

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  4. To bad they are so pretty to look at and cannot eat them.

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  5. These look so yummy! Can't wait to try my hand at making them - thanks for the tutorial!

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  6. Ilove this idea, I will definately try this one. My MIL would love this as a gift. Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Have a great weekend.
    Carey

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  7. These are so pretty and no calories! Perfect.
    Blessings on your week,
    Lynn

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  8. Ms. O. The cakes are divine. They are just adorable. I want to thank you for the sweet comment on my Pink Saturday Blog. I sure do appreciate it and you! Have a very Pink Weekend. RC

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  9. Your little faux cakes turned out so pretty! They are fun to make...I love making them, too!
    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Jil

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  10. Your little cakes are just darling on your sweet cake stand. I bet they were a lot of fun to make! I just made some from foam and wall spackling (icing) and I had a blast! Hope you have a blessed weekend and a happy Pink Saturday!

    Love Tammy

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  11. Olivia, your little cakes look darling on your pretty cake stand! One of these days, I'm going to make some too. Happy Pinks, sweet friend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  12. Ooooh these cakes might be safe in my house!!! Well at least they couldn't be eaten, but they might grow legs and walk away! These are deliciously yummy! ~~ Beautiful and precious on a plate!

    ~~Wendy

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  13. Love your beautiful little cakes....they look good enough to eat!!! LOL Placing them on a tier plate with some little flowers makes a perfect tablescape!!
    I wish I were smart enough to make some!!!
    Thanks for sharing today, enjoyed it so much!
    Francy

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  14. Just adorable Olivia, you have soo much patience and its craftmanship at it's best. Just Delightful!

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  15. So pretty! I had these in different sizes when I taught for a company called Wilton, to display for the cake decorating classes I taught. We called them cake 'dummies'~ lol~ but I like faux cakes better :)
    happy pink satuday

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  16. My goodness--these are exquisite! Almost too pretty to eat!

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  17. Olivia,
    These are just darling!! So cute!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!!

    Please stop by when you can to read about our stay at the Stegmaier mansion!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  18. Lovely cakes! The pink flowers are adorable and the stand is equally beautiful. How I wish I have time to make something like that ;)

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Hello Friend! Thank you so much for stopping by! I love to hear your thoughts! Hugs, Olivia

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