My friend, Debbie is doing the decorations for the 85th anniversary for her lodge. The Ladies decided they liked the little cake boxes as party favours for their event and I said I would help Debbie make them. I couldn't wait to see what a whole cake looked like put together, so I made one. Each box is completely hand made - 12 slices make one cake and we need twelve cakes. One down - eleven more to go! Fantastic! So cute - I love them!
Due to popular demand, I'm posting links to the patterns for this cake.
Notes for making 'the cake':
- 3 sheets of 12"x12" patterned paper
- 3 sheets of 12"x12" white card stock.
- Cuttlebug & D'vine Swirls folder
- Lace Border Punch
- paper snips
- Bling to match your paper
- white glue & toothpicks
- one roll of 1/4" Sticky Strip tape
- paper doily
- 2 ft - 1"ribbon
- scotch tape
- Cut 12"x12" paper into 4 - 6" squares.
- print 12 'tops' on white paper
- print 12 'bottoms' on wrong side of the patterned paper
- cut out all the pieces
- score, fold & glue bottoms
- score tops
- punch straight edges of tops with lace punch
- run 'tops' thru Cuttlebug
- fold & tape tops
- embellish tops with bling
- fill with treats & put the tops on
- arrange on a plate over doily to form a cake
- wrap ribbon on outer edge of cake to hold pieces together