Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Butterfly Cakes...

Now most of you know that I do quite a lot of home baking. One of my specialities is Butterfly Cakes, which I have to say, don't last very long in this house.
Well, I had the most wonderful surprise, when I got up this morning and checked my Facebook.
My dear friend Kim, had tagged me in one of her photographs, so I went over to have a look.
What did I find?
Kim has reproduced my Butterfly Cakes, in Miniature.
Yes, those little Mini morsels are made from Polymer Clay. I think you'll agree with me, that Kim has done a fantastic job. I think they are absolutely brilliant...
To see more of Kim's fabulous creations, please pop over to her blog. Or if you fancy one of Kim's creations in your collection, please visit her Etsy Shop, at least they are calorie free....

9 comments:

rosanna said...

Both wonderful and I'd like the recipe.
Thank you for the tip on the Cutest blog in the block: I've made good use of it.HAve a nice day Rosanna

Alison said...

Am having a bout of insomnia so I went online and got excited when I saw your cakes! Kim's mini versions are lovely, as all her goodies are...but you can't eat them. My guys will be forever grateful if you'd share your recipe. Aloha, Alison

kimsminiatures said...

Hi Debbie. Wow thanks so much for your post. You are really such a sweet person. I have never had a butterfly cake but they look like the most delicious thing ever. Glad you liked my mini version it was fun giving them a try, Would also love the recipe for the real ones so I could give them a try too Lol
Big hugs~ Kim

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

I have never had a butterfly cake but, Kim's mini look really good!

Glenda said...

This is great - yummy cakes in two scales!! Thanks for the link, Kim's work is neat!

Ivani Grande said...

Pelos seus belos trabalhos e um otimo blog ,compartilho com vc o premio art y pico,passe em minha pagina p pega-lo...bjs

Sans! said...

What a lovely tribute to your cakes, Debbie! One day, someone will invent a cheap and great way to mail cakes and you can organise a cake giveaway. I want to sink my teeth into that butterfly cake :).

Sabiha Barkey said...

Wonderful....amazing how real mini food can look, someday I will give it a try....have to fill a whole shop with cake in my new house.....

Your real cake looks so delicious and make me hungry...perhaps I can try to bake these first?

Sabihax

skulptress said...

I haven't had a butterfly cake in years and the miniature ones look just as I remember them, delicious!

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