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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Oh. My. Goodness. Gracious!

My aunt Joy, who is more like my cousin since we are only 5 years apart ---and who I get to see on 4th of July and I am so stinking excited for that family reunion I can hardly stand it ----sent me this PICTURE!

I am FLABBERGASTED – jaw-dropping-drooling-stupid --- over this CAKE!

Yes. A CAKE.

((The hamster is NOT the picture of the cake...I just liked its sweet face!))

If you received a cake like this, could you even bear to cut into it?

Which piece would you want first……

“I’d like a piece of that hand wheel right there, and maybe just a bit of the needle bar, please!”

Hehehehe

This is just beautiful -----

singercake

Wouldn’t you just love to see how a cake like this came to be? Every little detail – the sewing box, the fondant scissors and spools of thread..the way that fondant fabric is draped underneath the presser foot – the HAND CRANK!

Every time I look at this I see something new…….

Nope. I couldn’t cut into it. I’d probably have to have it dunked in resin to keep it forever as it is ----

23 comments:

  1. That is amazing! I've never seen anything like that before!

    LaDonna

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  2. That is the most incredible looking cake that I have seen. How did they do the gold scrolls to look so real? Even the scissors, just amazing!

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  3. I've seen a modern sewing machine made by a company in Houston. It might have been one of the places that has a cable TV show. I got a bite of the base and it was delicious!

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  4. OMG doesnt even begin to express the wonder of this creation!!

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  5. Absolutely marvelous! Wow, that is some detail. Love it!

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  6. OMG I love this cake! What an awesome gift from someone. I don't think I could cut it either.

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  7. Isto é uma obra de arte,mas....comeria a caixinha de costura...

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  8. OK, I thought you meant the hamster was a cake and I'm thinking that hamster is not a cake Bonnie Hunter, are you insane ... then I scrolled down LOL

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    1. LOL ... I thought the same thing, Lisa. I was thinking Bonnie had "lost it" for a moment. GREAT cake though!

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    2. HA I did too. Now I don't feel so dumb.

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  9. Noooooooooo! On first read I thought the hamster was the cake - how could you cut into that and what a dilemma, bum or face..... AND I'm a vegetarian..... I was relieved the sewing machine was the cake.....

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  10. Maybe just a little piece of the table!

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  11. That is a great cake. I can't imagine how long that took.

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  12. I saw that cake on pinterest, I love it!

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  13. I'm with the folks who thought you meant the hamster was a cake. Whew! Sewing machine cake is sew much better! Give me the spool of thread!

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  14. And here I am trying to see what the white writing on the pink "cloth" says - ;)) It is AMAZING work - simply AMAZING!!! ;))

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  15. http://www.kimberlyeinmo.com/ttfn/
    Great cake...here is another that I think you will also flip over when you see the quilting design on it.

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  16. OMG the person that made this cake is a genius. I can't imagine how long it took to make this. Lucky you. Its amazing and I too was trying to figure out what it said on the fabric.

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  17. Cindy, The Purple Quilter6:37 PM EDT

    That cake is amazing! I have seen it before online. There is a website that has many more pics of amazing cakes. No way I could bear to cut into it...that would mean I could afford to buy it! :)

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  18. Duh! I just kept looking at the hamster and saying " that's not a cake, no way..." I even enlarged it on my iPad to look closer. And then decided I' d better keep reading. Ha! I' m one to gloss over instructions too. The cake is amazing. Oh and the hamster is really cute!

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  19. That cake is lovely. My friend made one like that for her aunt's 50th birthday, but the sewing machine was not quite as ornate.

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  20. I've got a friend in Van, TX that makes cakes like this - they are awesome. Think she was trying to open her own specialty cake shop instead of making them in her home. I do good to do a PLAIN frosted layer cake!!!!!!! LOL

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  21. Ladies! Google is your friend in the sewing machine cake field, check these out!! Sorry for the long link but it's definitely worth it.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=sewing+machine+cakes&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=uL4&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=RTHjT8TUMorY8gOk1J3WDg&ved=0CGEQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=603

    Lush
    London, UK

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