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I made this Teapot cake for my Great-grandmother's birthday. The bottom is 2 8 inch rounds stacked and the teapot is made from the Pampered Chef small batter bowl.
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By hobbycakes
Apr 13, 2005
This is one of the teapot cakes I have made for a bridal shower. They wanted it in shades of lavendar, I used buttercream icing and gum paste for the handle and spout. Buttercream rose for the topper.
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By Loucinda
Apr 13, 2005
This is my first teapot cake.  The teapot, tea cup, and base are all made out of cake. This took me so many hours.
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By katie
Apr 16, 2005
This was a teapot done with the 3-d ball cake. fondant accents and handle and spout.
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By cakeconfections
Jul 1, 2005
I made this for a friend's birthday....basically just for the heck of it.  It was a learning experience, but I think it turned out nice!  Sports ball pan, iced in buttercream, royal flowers.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Aug 22, 2005
I made this cake for my grandmother’s 78th birthday. She always brought out her tea set for fun tea parties when we would visit her so I thought I would honor that great memory with this cake. The cake is a 10” round yellow cake with vanilla pastry cream, fresh strawberries, buttercream and rolled fondant. I hand-made and painted the fondant tea set and covered the round cake board with fondant and painted it. The purple pansies were hand made and then luster dusted as well as the leaves.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Sep 23, 2005
This is the wilton's tea party cake.  I used bowls instead of the sports ball pan.  For a girl's 4th birthday.
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By cheekysweets
Oct 6, 2005
This was a learning experience.  Many things went wrong, but it was just for a friend who lets me experiment with her needs.  It still tased yummy!
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By 4cakefiends
Oct 17, 2005
I posted this in the forum already - thanks so much everyone for your great comments.  This was a practice cake I made to see if I could pull it off for an order I have next week.
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By cakecre8tor
Nov 5, 2005
Thanks to all the CC members who helped me out on this one!  It was a great success!
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By cakecre8tor
Nov 10, 2005
Teapot & teacups & sugar bowl are all cakes made using sports ball pan & mini wonder mold.  Sugar cubes, saucers, napkins, spout, handle & roses are all fondant.  I need some practice at cutting cakes level as you can see from the uneven teacups!!
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By swoboda
Jan 30, 2006
Sorry, this is in B/W.  In all the craziness of the day, I lost my color fim roll.  The handle and spout are made from a cookie.  The bootom of the teapot is blue  and the top is white.  The decorations are done in piped blue and white with pearl dust painted on with a paintbrush.
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By SHenyd
Feb 13, 2006
Here is my attempt at a teapot cake.  My friend wanted me to make it to match a napkin she had.  It was close to the picture.  I made the spout too big though as it was heavy and the teapot started to tip and then I had to fix the base...
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By dpwmom
Mar 9, 2006
My first attempt at a teapot.  Chocolate cake covered in bc.  Handle, spout and flowers are fondant.
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By rigama
Apr 5, 2006
White cake covered in fondant, royal icing cherry blossom limbs and fondant cherry blossoms. Spout, handle, dollie and teacups are Pettinice as well. Since the cake was smaller, I also made cherry blossom sugar cookies to go along with it.  I learned a lot from this cake and your feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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By tiptop57
Apr 11, 2006
Could not decide on what I wanted to do as far as decorations, so they look a little strange.  Used the cookie cutter to cut out the MMF then placed on the cookie - made it very easy and neat
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By MomLittr
Apr 19, 2006
I made this for my nextdoor neighbours mums 95th Birthday.
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By socake
Apr 21, 2006
This is a teapot cake I made for my daughter's birthday party.  First one.  The bottom layer (under the tablecloth) is a dummy cake. The spout and handle are fondant-covered styrofoam.  The spout proved to be a challenge and I ended up using ribbon roses to hold it up.  Still turned out cute and I got a lot of compliments on it.
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By christyA
Apr 22, 2006
A co-worker of mine wanted a teapot for her granddaughter's 2nd birthday.  I used a wondermold for the pot itself and fondant for the handle, lid and spout.  I used toothpicks to hold them into the cake (after letting them dry for a good day or two).  The whole thing was iced in Bettercreme.  In retrospect, I should have used a lighter green for the leaves, but what did I know?  I was still just starting out back then!
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By candy177
Apr 23, 2006
This was my first fondant cake, decorated with buttercream icing.  I made it for a Spring tea party at my church.  No one wanted to cut it...I was flattered!
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By janetwhitson
Apr 26, 2006
My little tea pot made using mini wonder mold. Fondant handle and spout held on with toothpicks. Buttercream icing and rose buds. Made for a hospital bake sale in the spring. Perfect little cake for one or two people.
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By mommachris
May 1, 2006
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By creativecakesbychristine
May 1, 2006
My very first tea pot cake. Cake is white and tea pot is lemon. Everything's buttercream except fondant handle and spout.
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By Laroux
May 1, 2006
This is a picture of the most recent cake class that i taught. One of the girls was so good, she went out and bought the 55 piece tip set the next day! ALL decorations are buttercream. One of the roses has a Hersey's Kiss as it's centers. All cake is lemon.
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By Laroux
May 2, 2006
Didn't what to do the "white wedding cake" thing so I used a sage green. White roses in b/c and royal icing lillies. The tea pots were cut from fondant and colored with food pens. The friend who received this cake after class collects tea pots so I attempted to make it special. Cake looks better in a different picture but my dd was in that shot so here is my leaning creation for all to see.
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By mommachris
May 2, 2006
This one was a special request, mom wanted a cake to send home with her pastor.
Lemon cake with b/c icing and royal violets. Fondant handle and spout held on with toothpicks. I love making these teapots.
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By mommachris
May 3, 2006
The cake was pictured at an angle so you could see the White Rabbit on the front, but I think you can still see the top picture okay.  Everything was done with buttercream, and a lot of it was applied with paintbrushes & toothpicks.  Thanks for looking!  :D
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By OCakes
May 7, 2006
White teapot cake with pastel coloured flowers.
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By socake
May 8, 2006
I just finished course three and thought I'd try a teapot cake.  The base icing is buttercream because my husband didn't want fondant, but the decorations are fondant.  The handle and spout are fondant and are held in with toothpicks.
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By fronklowes
May 8, 2006
This was my first attempt at a teapot cake.  Also my first time using the sports ball pan.  Everything is MMF.
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By Misdawn
May 23, 2006
Made for my for MIL's B'day May 2006.  First attempt; came out pretty well.  Next time will use denser cake.  Royal icing flowers, buttercream icing, chocolate doctored cake, fondant accents.  Sports ball pan for pot, mini ball for cups.  Thanks for looking and offering suggestions!
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By FunCakesVT
Jun 2, 2006
This is a cake I made for my friends daugher last year.  I live in a town called Tea and have since had a few requests for it.  All BC, can't remember what the cake was!
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By mariamom
Jun 5, 2006
I decided to try one of these...  It turned out better than I thought it would.  I am going to add chocolate pudding to the teacups with mini marshmallows on top.
The Teapot is the Sports Ball Pan and the Teacups are Cupcakes.  I used buttercream icing and Royal Icing Flowers and leaves.
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By tsuitor
Jun 6, 2006
This is my first 3D cake!  My best friend (also my cake decorating partner) and I created the handle and spout out of styrofoam, covered with plastic wrap and iced, and then attached with wooden skewers.  I used the soccer ball pan with one 8 inch round cake in the middle, and I used pound cake mixes.
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By celebrationcreations
Jun 13, 2006
I made this cake for a "Tea for Two" party for a two-year old's birthday. I tried to match the colors and style to the invitation.
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By celebrationcreations
Jun 22, 2006
buttercream. Handle and saucers are cookies. I made this for my mother's 84'th birthday. She collects tea pots. Had a time with it because of the heat and humidty. Kept melting on me.
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By Tiffysma
Jun 26, 2006
This is my first teapot. I couldn't get it to smooth out at the bottom to save my life.  It was made for an elderly lady in my church who celebrates her birthday today.
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By StandingForJesus
Jul 2, 2006
Fondant and royal icing.  I'd really like to try this cake again, because I see so many things about it that bother me - but not bad for a first attempt!  See the teacup that goes with it.
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By SweetResults
Jul 10, 2006
Fondant and royal icing to go with the teapot.
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By SweetResults
Jul 10, 2006
This was for a Mother's Day Tea Party.  Difficult to see the spout from this angle.  White cake with one layer of lemon curd filling the second layer of raspberry jam filling.
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By twinsarefund
Jul 18, 2006

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