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A Piece of Wedding Cake

  • Fitting the Tetrimino topper on the Cake
    A Piece of Cake takes pains to create a wedding cake for your special occasion...This is not a catlogue for you to pick a product number for a cake order! It's more for you to see the previous work that the cake artist has done and to also feel the sense of joy and celebration that the cakes bring. Read the testimonials of the happy couples here too. Thanks for viewing!

Birthdays and Other Special Occasions

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    You have found a baker with a wacky sense of humour and who relishes a creative idea. Here are some examples of pop cake art. (If your kids would love to have a hand in decorating their own birthday cake, contact me for more info! Kids at heart are welcome too!)

A Piece of Cheesecake

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    In my humble opinion, a beautifully decorated cheesecake says "I Love You" in ways few other things can. ;O) The 9" cheesecake is perfect for your intimate moments or smaller functions, just friends and family..

A Rollerblading Wedding!

  • Cake is Served!
    My very dear friend Peishi gets married and I baked a cake for her and the kids got in on the action too! She was my first baking buddy when we were 13 yrs old, completely clue-less as to how to bake a cake. We had to spoon the cake we baked. Ah.... such wonderful memories of happy times together. Apologies for the poor photo quality. Blame it on our frantic rush out of the house with cake and kids, forgot the proper camera and had to rely on the iphone instead. :P

Sculpey Art!!!

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    At A Piece Of Cake, we can custom design and make cake toppers and other ornaments for your cake- a very special keepsake that will last for years to come. Our toppers are made of Sculpey, a highly versatile polymer clay that hardens when baked in the oven. Click 'ere to see a few of our Sculpey art projects!

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02 June 2007



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Wow! Suwei and Carol, the cake is a masterpiece! The way Suwei describes the mudcake being choclatey and all........MMMmmmmmmmmmmmmm. The Sculpey figurines - the folds on the dresses, the shoes with laces and all, the hairbands and clips - simply genius! I have bought Sculpey to do with my children as part of the school holiday activities but have not had the courage to start lest our creations do not turn out like yours.
Really a work of art!!! Congrats to all of you. I am certain you have made the couple extremely happy. And here's wishing Suwei and her family Happy Holidays!!!


Hi Sharie! Don't worry about how your clay will turn out, a big part of the fun is in making them! :) Suwei and I started out 5 years ago making simple buttons and beads. It's fun to do mosaic with pre-baked cut clay too. We decorated photo frames and mirrors as gifts for friends. They didn't always turn out as nice as the pictures we saw in the polymer clay books (in fact, some of the things I made turned out quite ugly, like the flower that looked like a piece of steak!), but we were always happy that the cute little creations came from our very own hands :) Practice makes perfect, I'm sure your hands will get nimbler and your creations finer as you play more with the clay. You'll even want to stay up all night to complete your projects!


Thank you, Carol for your vote of confidence. I'll try and pick it up soon.

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