Sunday Sweets Goes To A New Dimension!

One of my favorite things about cake art is how it can bridge the gap between 2D and 3D. I absolutely love it when bakers fool me, like this:

[By Moli Cakes in Slovakia]

Check it out: the rose stem is only painted on the bottom, but transitions to a real one on top! In fact, all the flowers here are 3D.


I can't get enough of this technique; adding in little sculpted touches like that gives a traditional cake so much more dimension! Look how this dress flows down the tiers, and how the bouquet stands out:

[By Good Gosh Ganache in Texas]


Or how about this steamy stunner:

[By Cakes By Julie]

I could swear that smoke is moving! And the flattened perspective on the train? AMAZEBALLS.


Even a thickened "paint" look can trick the eye:

[By Claudia Prati in Italy]

Makes you want to reach out and touch it, right? Right before shoving your whole face in? :D


Here's a clever use of sugar cookies:

[By Hunny Danny Cake in Moscow]

I love cookie decorations like this! It's almost like a layered paper cutting, or an edible scrapbook page.


Another example:

[By Love Cookies & Art by Andrea Costoya in Brazil]

Check out that sword balancing on the edge. So good.


A big bunch of bubblegum balloons:

[By Tastefully Yours Cake Art in Australia]


And check out how the sculpted pumpkins on this middle tier add to the illusion, so you just want to fall into that big blue sky:

[By Viva La Buttercream in California]

Let's also stop to appreciate the fact that that is ALL BUTTERCREAM, gang. Whaaaaaat.


This beauty almost broke my brain:

[By Elena Gnut Cake in Russia]

How clever is that painting, so you feel like you're looking IN to the cake? And that sculpted finial is the perfect cherry on top.


And finally, for the best day ever, check out this sweet Rapunzel:

[By My Cake - Natalia Casaballe in Argentina]

That braid is the stuff that cakey dreams are made of!


Hope you guys enjoyed! Happy Sunday!


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