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Collection: cut and sew
Maths, science, computing and music specialist with side interests in dancing, font design, celtic knotwork etc
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Literal fairy cakes in 3D.
cut & sew (534),
craft party (136),
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The cake fight or the fairy hair?<br><br>Perhaps I'd be better off doing designs which consist entirely of my style of instructions. ;-)
Posted about 4 years ago.
Love these! I really like instruction #6.
I think that's going to depend very much on the sewist. The wings are extremely fiddly things to make - the turning right sides out through the narrow base and then having quite a lot of layers of fabric to get through to attach them into the slit of the cake top. Plenty of people would rather just have the finished item to chuck around.
Wonderful, they look so fun to make!
Thanks, su_g. As usual, there's a lot of hidden algebra and trigonometry in there to make it fit together (and come out at approximately life-sized - at least as far as the cake component is concerned!).
Sef this is soo clever! I'm thrilled that you ran so far with the concept of fairy cakes in your own unique direction and I thought your idea of using decorative pinheads as sprinkles on the icing was a nice alternative for the squeamish! Brava!
Are you suggesting I should actually bake a fairy into a cake?! :-o
I'd love to this a photo of this asembeled. It sounds charming!
Surely they're oven hot rather than cool. ;-)
hahaha, very cool project!
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