Friday, March 18, 2011

Fake of the Day: Ice Cream

...Actually it's still a work in progress. I've been experimenting on materials and in creating the ice cream texture. I remember back in art school (circa 19-kopong-kopong), they use mashed potatoes as ice cream for food photography (not sure if they still use the same trick these days!). Well, I can't use mash potatoes or anything soft because I plan to use the fake ice cream for a different purpose making a super cute bag chain out of it! :D

I'm miss messy Bessy! :p

Dang! I broke my ice cream scooper!

Still looks dry!!!

....looking good, yay!!! :D
Kinda looks like a melting yummy vanilla ice cream, don't ya think?

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Faux Cakes Tutorial on SALE!!!

Freshly Faked (The Cake Series) is an instructional e-BOOK I have written on crafting those delicious looking fake cakes.

And what are those fake cakes good for if you can't eat them? Well, they are great decors for your home, especially in your kitchen. They are also uni
que gift items. And aside from being a great home and gift items, they can also be used as photo props, stage props and shop displays.

The e-BOOK is in PDF format and is composed of 40 pages of well documented instructions (with photos).

You will learn how to craft faux cakes such as a basic white cake, mocha crumble, black forest, raspberry charlotte, strawberries & cream, plus other bonus projects.

And with the techniques presented in this eBook, you will be able to create fake versions of your favorite delicious cakes!


Freshly Faked (The Cake Series) is available on SALE at my ETSY shop.