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  • Tractor Birthday Cake

    Just wanted to share one of my recent commissions with you all. Can you guess the make and model of the tractor that I was creating in cake (and cookies - for the wheels)?

    Everything that you see, with the exception of the board, 3 skewers and a cocktail stick (for support) was edible.





    Carol
    Pop Up Zoo Greetings cards - Raising money for Sands in memory of my precious son Ben Folksy Shop, Facebook Page, You Tube
    Carol's Yummy Bakes - My new business Website, Facebook Page



  • #2
    A mammoth project Carol, and very well executed.

    I'm sure the recipient was delighted with the cake.

    Linda

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    • #3
      Would that, perchance, be a Fergie T20?

      When I was about 7 I learned to 'drive' on one of those

      It looks great... considers the chance of leftovers and distance to travel...
      Do not watch this space

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      • #4
        Originally posted by craftdancer View Post
        A mammoth project Carol, and very well executed.

        I'm sure the recipient was delighted with the cake.

        Linda
        As it turned out I only had 48 hours to prepare and make this cake. Eek!


        Originally posted by StefC View Post
        Would that, perchance, be a Fergie T20?

        When I was about 7 I learned to 'drive' on one of those

        It looks great... considers the chance of leftovers and distance to travel...
        Very good, spot on with the identification. As for leftovers I suspect that my customer might not have been too willing to share.. lol
        Carol
        Pop Up Zoo Greetings cards - Raising money for Sands in memory of my precious son Ben Folksy Shop, Facebook Page, You Tube
        Carol's Yummy Bakes - My new business Website, Facebook Page


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        • #5
          Looks a great cake!
          View my flickr

          'I am sure it must hurt your eyes to work filigree by candlelight.' - Jane Austen

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