This is a little gallery of three different Star Wars cakes. These first two were created by Geekologie Reader doyouloveanapple (I do, I swear), and the Han Solo in carbonite cake after the jump was baked by Geekologie Reader Caro. I swear, you readers have such talent! And speaking of cake-baking talent: I have a birthday coming up next month. Now, who wants to bake my cake? And, more importantly, who wants to jump out of it?
Hit the jump to see the rest.
Starwars Cakes [craftster]
Thanks to doyouloveanapple and Caro, who love fondant like I love dinosaurs. Except not sexually. Okay, bad analogy.
This is an amazing AT-AT cake created by Jennifer Luxmore (and friends) of Sin Desserts. It took 60 hours to build and would typically sell for around $5,000. Stale.
The legs and base [of the Star Wars AT-AT cake] are wood, covered in gum paste and the cake is the head and... / Continue →
This is an Ewok cake made using a teddy-bear shaped pan and a diabetic coma worth of icing. High-five, Wilford Brimley! (send those testing supplies right to my door)
This is the birthday cake my Wife made for me this year. We have a teddy bear cake pan that hasn't been used... / Continue →
Loyal Geekologie reader Anat cross-stitched this bust of Squall Leonhart from Final Fantasy VIII while studying Game Design at Vancouver Film School.
This is done on white Aida cloth, 22 count (22 stitches in an inch). It took 6 months to make (I was actually working on it in ... / Continue →