We are counting down to Valentine’s Day. Since starting miniature making, I have learned that baking in a real kitchen is very similar to “baking” in miniature form. From the mixing dough color to the frosting and decorations, they are basically the same, but one is edible. Miniature desserts are some of my favorite items to make. I try to create a dessert just like the ones in real life. Basically, if you took a cake and reduced the size, our mini friends could actually eat the dessert.
One of my favorite dessert cakes to make in real life and miniature baking is a red velvet cake. I think it is a perfect cake for Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
So today I have made a 3 layer red velvet dessert cake with creamy white frosting. I decided to make this cake in 1:12 scale.
Valentine’s Day reminds me of chocolates and hearts and roses. Ok, chocolate and roses are my favorite anytime of the year. It is just a good excuse!
So for day 2 in our countdown to Valentine’s Day, I decided to make a 3 layer chocolate cake. I kept the icing simple with a white swirl frosting. And then added 2 nice simple roses on top. I made the cake in 1:6 Playscale.
I made a rainbow cake in 1:6 Scale for the Christmas Holidays. It was a little tall with all of the rainbow colored layers, and even a little big for the cake holder and plates. It turned out ok, considering it was my first rainbow cake. Next time the layers need to be a little thinner.
Check out the candles on top. They were a little tricky to make stand. I broke 3 of the candles, many times. This was a fun project. Hope you guys enjoy!