Russian Cake Contest


Thank you Janet and Megan for resurrecting it!
Everything you see is a cake with the frosting.
Click each cake to enlarge for detail.














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18 comments:

Mimi said...

How amazing!

Alice Audrey said...

Wow, how do they do this stuff?

Chris said...

interesting!

Adelle Laudan said...

There's a new series on TV called the Cake Boss. It shows him making kewl cakes like this. It's amazing how they do it.
Happy T13!

Kristen said...

Those are phenomenal. None of them looks remotely like a cake. Wow.

yyam said...

Wow! I would feel bad about eating the cakes with intricate details...imagine all the work put in.

forgetfulone said...

Those are amazing! I really love the sewing machine.

Hootin' Anni said...

I am absolutely speechless!!!!! These are truly works of ART.

Hello....My 13 is about mockingbird facts, baby chick photos and crepe myrtle bushes in bloom. Stop by if you can!

Carleen said...

Oh my goodness -- I can only imagine how much work went into making those cakes! My favorite is the dentures, but they are all incredible.

Happy Thursday to you!

Brenda ND said...

Wow, it would seem a shame to eat any of these. I wonder how long it took people to put these together. Thanks for sharing.

I am Harriet said...

Wow! They are amazing. Of course, they're too pretty to eat.

http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/06/13-best-places-to-live-in-usthursday-13.html

Cheryl B. said...

" When I write or share something about one of my friends in a posting, I always make sure I send them a copy of it, so they know what was said about them. Today I included information about you and your blog site in my posting, so I thought I should let you know about it as well."

The above paragraph is the first paragraph in an email I sent out today, to all of the owners of blogs whom host "theme days", that I could find email addresses for. But I was unable to find an email address on your blog so that I could include you in the email. The rest of the email is what I posted today on our blog. Go to: www.xanga.com/thehousethatlovebuilt to read it for yourself.

Hopefully, it will then clarify of all of this for you ;-}

Cheryl B.

Cheryl B. said...

" When I write or share something about one of my friends in a posting, I always make sure I send them a copy of it, so they know what was said about them. Today I included information about you and your blog site in my posting, so I thought I should let you know about it as well."

The above paragraph is the first paragraph in an email I sent out today, to all of the owners of blogs whom host "theme days", that I could find email addresses for. But I was unable to find an email address on your blog so that I could include you in the email. The rest of the email is what I posted today on our blog. Go to: www.xanga.com/thehousethatlovebuilt to read it for yourself.

Hopefully, it will then clarify of all of this for you ;-}

Cheryl B.

Janet said...

That sewing machine is amazing...and I really like the kitchen!

perpstu said...

Those are beautiful! The sewing machine cake is amazing!

Kristi said...

All I can say is Yum! I've been watching Cake Boss, too, and those guys (and girls) are sooo creative! But if I worked there I'd be 500 pounds or something!
Happy TT!

jeng said...

Whoa! Really amazing! These cakes are way too beautiful to eat ;) My T13 is here http://jengspeaks.blogspot.com/2009/06/thursday-thirteen-weddings.html

Nicola O. said...

Wow!