Sweet Side of Cakes by Khamphet


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Water Cycle for Acts of Green - UNSA 2016 Collaboration

This is my contribution to the Acts of Green-UNSA 2016 collaboration. I’m honoured to be a part of it – for such an amazing and meaningful cause!!!

My inspiration came from my travels around the world and from the Water Cycle Song:

Water travels in a cycle, yes it does.
Water travels in a cycle, yes it does.
It goes up as EVAPORATION.
Then forms clouds as CONDENSATION.
Travels down as PRECIPITATION…. yes it does!

For this creation i have used wafer paper, fondant and for the first time gelatin!! The tree is made from wafer paper. The free standing waterfall is gelatin. There’s no internal structure!! The white cheesewood flowers and all the other decorations are made from fondant.

Thank you for looking xx

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-- Khamphet

gelatin wafer paper wires fondant toothpicks scissors modelling tools unsa team green collaboration earth day collaboration earth day flowers waterfall white cheesewood butterflies cake 3 tier bamboo tree gelatin handpainted structured cake

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Sweet Dreams by Heba

Beautifully done. x

Znique Creations

Stunning!!

cakesbyoana

Beautiful piece 💚 🌍

Berna García / Ilusiona Cakes

Wow!!! Great!

Timi Grant TheCakeAffair

So pretty

Ahimsa

So Amazing!!!

Clara

Great work!!!

Jacqueline

Amazing

Mila - Pure Cakes by Mila

So beautiful <3

Carla

Beautiful 💚

Wooden Heart Cakes

Absolutely stunning xx

Pepper Posh - Carla Rodrigues

Beautiful!

Mademoiselle fait des gâteaux

Beautiful piece ❤️

Sandra Smiley

Fabulous piece, Khamphet! Love the cycle of water theme.

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