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I am a simple person believing in simplicities of life. I love crafting and experimenting all sort of crafts- some I succeed and some come out to be total disasters...:P but i still love them all. I attempt to share my creations and crafty knowledge with you all and hope you enjoy your stay at my blog. Love all, Hate none is my way of living. If you like my work and wanna talk about it, I can be reached at justlovecraftsblog(at)gmail.com xx

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Quilled Miniature Wedding Cakes

Hello All,

These days I am lined with the humongous task of making my 'Inventory List' of all the craft things I possess, just to have an idea of what all I already have before making a purchase and it is soooo tiring!! Believe me!! Noting down every teeny weeny thing I possess is freaking me out a bit..So I decided to unwind and this is what I came up with...part experimenting..part utilizing stuff in stash...

So I had a couple of 5 mm Quilling strips pre cut packs lying with me.. Since I mainly use 3 mm shredded quilling strips for all my general quilling, I have been toying with soo many ideas to use these strips and finally came up with these-

Quilled Miniature Wedding Cakes-
I made 4 in total using almost 200 strips. The bases were easily done.. Decorating them differently was a challenge though...
That's a blueberry flavored icing cake with glazed and plain cherries. A fondant red heart on the top makes it perfect :)
This is one is my favorite and the first of the lot. I simply loved the buttery hues of this cake and the shaded pink roses seemed just perfect for it. With the added pearls, I simply adore this little one :)
With different shades of red and maroon icing, this cake is the brightest of all and I have covered half side with white roses and half with pearl and rhinestone embellishment to give it a vintagy yet fancy look at the same time.
This cake was a little out of the box. May not look like a traditional wedding cake (sans the tiers) but I nevertheless enjoyed making this one as well.
I have included a steel ruler to give an estimate of the sizes of the cakes. The box in which I have kept these cakes is little over than 3" tall and the cakes are somewhere between 3 cm and 4 cm.

I had a fab time making those. Please do let me know if you like them and if you have any suggestions/ comments to help me improve my work, then I would certainly love to hear them. 

Thanks for dropping by.

Just Love Crafts xx

15 comments :

  1. What a delicious feast for eyes !! Its amazing how beautifully you decorated the miniature cake !

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  2. they are mouthwatering,sweet!
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  3. they are all beautiful, good quilling and nice job, congrats

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  4. such a lovely cakes and tempting priyanka
    shylaashree
    http://adhiraacreations.blogspot.in

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  5. Simply adorable.

    Jyoti
    jyoticraftwork.blogspot.in

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  6. Isn't it funny that they actually look delicious! So cute and so professionally done! Amazing stuff.
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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    1. Thank you Sunehra..your comment actually made me giggle..lol :)

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  7. yummylicious cakes! love them

    cheers
    Lavina
    http://lav-art-craft-food.blogspot.com.au/

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