|polymer clay mini cakes|
Bake at 275F for about 45min, cool on rack, break teeth, poop out undigested mini cake.
Lemon White Cake
|mini cake made with polymer clay|
- Liquid translucent clay
- Sculpey (polymer clay) (cake colors and probably translucent)
- Scalpel or blade
- Possible glaze for finishing off garnishes after baking
- Brush, toothpick etc.
- Some canes (lemon, lime, candy..). See below
|polymer clay mini cake|
- Condition clay (I mix a little translucent into the colored clay.. I dono why) then cut out some circles (I use a hair spray cap for this). CHILL THE "DOUGH". If you don't put the clay in the fridge for a little bit it will be too gooey when you try to cut it and you will have a bad time.
- Cut a slice out of the chilled clay.
- Take the tip of the scalpel (or a pin) and fluff up the clay. I make tiny little circles on the surface of the clay.
- Ice the cake. You should already have a container with mixed up Sculpy and liquid clay. (I like to use as little liquid clay as possible). Use a toothpick or even a small brush to do the frosting.
- Garnish the cake so that your company will be blown away (so that your friends think you are crazy yet talented).
- Bake at 275 for 30min for each half cm of thickness (about 45min-1hr).
|miniature cakes with polymer clay|
|lime slice garnish on a mini lime cake|
|polymer clay lime cane|
OMG! These are SO adorable! :)ReplyDelete
How delicious they still look! This is so cute that I'd like to try to make some polymer cakes as well!ReplyDelete
These look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Very nice looking cakes! The cherries look just like the real thing and the frosting looks finger-licking good!ReplyDelete