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Cake Tutorial by HanaClayWorks Cake Tutorial by HanaClayWorks
Yeah... I'm a little late on this one, but umm... LOOK SOMETHING SHINY OVER THERE!

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Anyway, if you have any questions, let me know! :heart:

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OK, so it's apparently a little too big for DA. Please DOWNLOAD for LEGIBLE TEXT =P

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Oreo is owned by Nabisco. I do not lay claim to those delicious delicious cookies. :9
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:iconmythologynut01:
MythologyNut01 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for sharing this awesome tutorial, useful because I've wanted to know how to make Oreos without buying the molds for them, cheers! The cake addition is a nice plus, too
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:iconztinizz:
ztinizz Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I made this :D
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:iconnikkynikz:
nikkynikz Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2012   Artisan Crafter
so cute@!

i hope u could POST MORE WONDERFUL DES[link] :ppp
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:iconmannylinn:
Mannylinn Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What is actually translucent liquid sculpey? What is it for?

Yummmmy cake :happybounce:
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:iconhanaclayworks:
HanaClayWorks Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011
It's all in mu faq page, please take a looksie! :)
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XxThexRandomxNinjaxX Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011
Mmm, I love oreos! Awesome tutorial!
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cecaniahcorabelle02 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
♥♥♥
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cecaniahcorabelle02 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
step 8 looks like oreo cookies!! XD yum!! great job!!
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:iconbunnypuma:
Bunnypuma Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
At first I thought this was a tutorial for baking cake XD
It looks so realistic :heart:
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:iconpsycheopteryx:
Psycheopteryx Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011
Great tute.
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Shikutoki Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011
oh wonderfull, just wonderfull
:meow: and great to you must doing this thing's for good hand's
make more of them ;)
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:iconkiger8kiger:
kiger8kiger Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Student General Artist
A small tip: you can also use wood glue to glue the cream onto the cake. The glue will get transparant after it's completely dried. Add some pastel chalk or whatever to make it look like jam etc.
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LookaGoldenMouse Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
Sooooo doing this tomorrow. >w<
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:iconkiger8kiger:
kiger8kiger Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2010  Student General Artist
How do you cut the cake without mixing the colours?
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:iconfleetingspirit:
fleetingspirit Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010  Student General Artist
It says in the tutorial to leave it in the fridge for 30min. or overnight for better results :shrug:
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:iconkiger8kiger:
kiger8kiger Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Student General Artist
Thnx.
I used the freezer. :)
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:iconfleetingspirit:
fleetingspirit Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Student General Artist
cool. So... How'd it work out? :?
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:iconkiger8kiger:
kiger8kiger Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Student General Artist
The same as yours. But maybe a bit worse, since I used too much talcum powder so the clay did not stick together that well.
It was my first time using that powder. But in the end it looks just the same as yours, except the layout.
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:iconnyasama:
nyasama Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2010
cookie ~~~ <3
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:iconmorigirl:
morigirl Featured By Owner May 25, 2010
I love this, it's super cute.
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:iconkibikayuki:
Kibikayuki Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
Way cool!! Now I'll have to get me some clay.... :D
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:iconcute-little-angel:
Cute-Little-Angel Featured By Owner May 10, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing~ Thank-you for making this!
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:iconleodragon42:
leodragon42 Featured By Owner May 5, 2010
Congrats! Your tutorial has been featured here :)
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010
used: [link]
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:iconcdsh:
CDSH Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2010  Student General Artist
:iconiwantitplz: I've been needing something like this!! Thank you for making it! ^o^
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Hollabaloo Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
Thanks! Awesome!
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:iconclassicnightmare:
CLassicNightmare Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi there ^^ thanks for the tutorial!
anyway, may i know what kind of clay are u using? (:
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SnookyPooky Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
Why do you have a razor? :O
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:iconxerces:
Xerces Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
fantastic tutorial! such a gorgeous cake at the end as well!
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chocodropx Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2009   Interface Designer
I am SO going to try this some time. Although I doubt that I'd find the materials I need here in Italy. -_-

Thanks for a fantastic tutorial! :+fav:
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HIDDENintheIVY Featured By Owner May 21, 2009
hey, great tutorial,
so is the TLS like glue? what does it do? and is there any alternative or do you really need it?
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:iconhanaclayworks:
HanaClayWorks Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
TLS is liquid clay and I'm not sure if there are alternatives... but i'm sure you can still stick the clay together without it. :) there's a whole section about TLS in my FAQs (link on the front page) if you have any other questions about the stuff.
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:iconhiddenintheivy:
HIDDENintheIVY Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2009
oh cool, thanks for the info! your stuff is so cool!
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origanime-muckle Featured By Owner May 27, 2009
TLS is translucent liquid sculpey - a liquid polymer. im not sure what you could use as a alternative, but dont worry, i didnt use any TLS the first two times i made this, and they looked nearly the same, but i suppose the TLS would help it keep its shape, and i noticed that when i dont use TLS, after cooking there was gaps and holes in the layers of cake, so the TLS must keep the layers together. hope that helped xD
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:iconhiddenintheivy:
HIDDENintheIVY Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
ah i see, cool thank you so much!
your work is amazing btw!
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:iconoriganime-muckle:
origanime-muckle Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
ha, thanks, i wouldnt go as far to say its amazing tho, lol. im really excited cause im about to send my first trade - EVER! anyways, thanks for the reply xD
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:iconhiddenintheivy:
HIDDENintheIVY Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
oh wow! omg excitement! lol thats coincidencial cos i JUST sent my first commission! good luck with yours! what did you trade?
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:iconoriganime-muckle:
origanime-muckle Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
ha, snap! i traded: a oreo cake, a oreo and a surprise, in return for a really cool cupcake and a surprise. so very exciting, lol.
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:iconhiddenintheivy:
HIDDENintheIVY Featured By Owner May 29, 2009
oh cool! was is a porge cupcake?!?!? they're amazing (and the only cupcake maker i know of :giggle:)
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:iconoriganime-muckle:
origanime-muckle Featured By Owner May 30, 2009
ha, lol, its by :iconx-dorkside-x: and -whispers- i think its as good, or better than porge cakes xD and she also threw in a little pancake tharm and this cool star and a little bagde to wear!
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origanime-muckle Featured By Owner May 9, 2009
omg, that is so Cool! im so gunna try that, im going straight to town tomorrow to get some chalk (to colour clay, just as u told me in your other tutorial) and some black. im gunna make one of these and maybe make it with other colours too.
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Sakura-Courage-Solo Featured By Owner May 2, 2009
Absolutely lovely! As a Cake Decorator, I'll be using this tutorial to make myself some cake themed jewelry, except I think mine will be Red Velvet instead. n.n

Just a couple of quick questions:

#1- At what temperature and for how long do you bake the completed product?

#2- Would you suggest putting in findings for a pendant before or after baking?
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:iconhanaclayworks:
HanaClayWorks Featured By Owner May 4, 2009
#1- check the packaging for the clay that you are using. Usually, that's where you'd find this information. The manufacturer always prints it somewhere on there.

#2- before because after it's baked, the clay would be too hard and you wouldn't be able to put the finding into your charm.

If you have any more questions, please read my FAQs page.
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Spectrum-X Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2009  Student General Artist
This makes the previous cake I made today look like crap. xD

This opened me up to a lot of new techniques and tips, so I thank you for that. =D
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LillVolmer Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
Oh , okay .
Anyway , Cernit is kinda hard to condition :S . But I've made a plate of sushi and I'm happy with the results , exept for the white part of the sushi . It turned kinda dull after the baking ...
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LillVolmer Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
What brand of clay are you using ? I bought Cernit because there was only one store open till' 6 o'clock , and that one store only had Cernit . Anyway , I hadn't made anything yet , because I wanted to know is Cernit good to work with , or should I try anything else (I found this online-store that sells sculpey and I thought I should maybe order some sculpey someday , but I'll try Cernit at first ) .
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HanaClayWorks Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
all the answers are in my FAQ... but just to summarize:

I use sculpey and fimo soft because they're easiest to come by where I am. I've never used Cernit, so I guess just let me know how it turns out! :)
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Yulialinderoth Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Must... Buy.... Clay... To.. Make... nice.. cake....

:love:

And Also:
Rolf

(rolling on laughing floor)
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:iconmichibi:
Michibi Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009
First of all, amazing. I've got a question..
When I cut the cake to pieces, the layers get mixed up..How do I prevent it? Thank you! :)
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:iconhanaclayworks:
HanaClayWorks Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2009
let it sit for a while before cutting it. usually when the layers get mixed up, the clay is too soft and gets squished under the weight of the blade. :)
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