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post #16 of 18
Thanks everyone. I got the idea from a magazine - can't remember which one. The handle and spout are done freehand - I don't like to make them real big - they would be heavy and hard to keep on the cake. I used toothpics in strategic places (2 in each piece) to stick them into the cake. If you wanted something totally edible, you could use something like spagetti pieces??
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post #17 of 18
My goodness! That is a beautiful cake Quadcrew! Ok, you used the ball pan for the teapot. What did you use for the lid? You are very good!!
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post #18 of 18
Ok, I went back & read your post again. So you cut the ball pan down some & used that part for the top. That also made the teapot flat on the bottom so it would stand better right? I thought making the teapot was so much harder then this! What fun!
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