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Dresser Cake (407)

We created this dresser cake for a grand opening party at the British Pine Emporium in Madison, NJ. The sugarpaste picture frame sitting atop the dresser holds the actual invitation from the event. To the right of the frame rests a sugarpaste vase with pink sugar roses and a sugarpaste business card holder. The entire dresser rests atop a fondant oriental rug. Inside the cake is yellow cake with raspberry chambord filling.

Here’s a picture of the cake setup for the party at the store:

Dresser at Store

Close up of Dresser Front Side

Closeup of Dresser Top

Cake Dress Novelty Cake

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  1. That is officially the most impressive cake I’ve ever seen. Amazing, and beautiful.

  2. Shara says:

    Anne! This is wonderful, beautiful, and amazing all at the same time How tall is it? It looks huge! the carving down the sides to give it curve WOW! putting fondant on this cake was a challenge. the woodgrain and the drawer pulls!!! The lace work on the sides to make it look so perfect and carved! Down to the rug under the dresser. You are one amazing artist! You need your own show!! I pray that I can raise the bar on my cakes as well. You set new standards every year! Bravo!

  3. Anna says:

    That’s a cake! Wow! I really thought it was a dresser. Do you have pics of it after it was cut?

    I’ve noticed that a lot of your cakes have raspberry chambord filling. What exactly is that and do you have a photo of it? Thanks.

  4. suzi finer says:

    Fab cakes…I am impressed!
    Love.

  5. Anne says:

    Thanks everyone :)

    Shara – I think it was around 2 1/2 ft. Thanks for your comments :)

  6. Jim says:

    I’m curious to know what it looked like after people started eating it. I want to see inside it etc, otherwise it’s hard even to imagine that this is really a cake. Impressive.

  7. Greg says:

    Ditto…..Angela

  8. angie says:

    you did a wonderful job on this cake

  9. Amy Lee says:

    OMG! This is truely the most amazing cake i have ever seen. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Anne says:

    Jim – wish I had pictures of the inside. Thanks for the comments everyone.

  11. Connie says:

    Dear Anne,
    This cake is absolutley amazing. After looking at your cakes I have been inspired. I am 15 years old and I have been wondering for a while what I should consider doing as I get older, and now that I’ve have seen you work, I am considering becoming a baker as you are. I know that this is a slightly corny comment, but you truley have encouraged me to persue baking!!!

  12. Anne says:

    Thanks Connie, I’m glad we were able to inspire you!

  13. o.williams says:

    Sometimes you just never know what kind of novelty cake people are looking for. I think its a miracle that you’ve done this genius piece of art.

  14. Anne says:

    Wow miracle and genius all rolled up in one comment…Thanks!

  15. Riane says:

    I love this cake it is so cool! I want to know how to get a hold of one of your cakes. Can anyone help me out?

  16. Anne says:

    Riane – if you live in the tri-state area (NJ, NY, CT, or even PA) we deliver. Visit our contact page for more info.

  17. joni says:

    Wow! I can’t believe it was a real cake! amazing!

  18. Brooke O'Dell says:

    I am starting a cake business soon and am really inspired by your work. Thank you for sharing these awesome pictures!! You have a true talent for this. Congrats on your business!!!

  19. Anne says:

    Thanks Brooke – congrats and good luck with your business.

  20. Rose says:

    It is so hard to believe this is a cake.

  21. […] dreamt, Horatio! I don’t know which of these cakes is more impressive: the party dress or the dresser, but this is remarkable work. I wouldn’t want to eat them, though. It would be like taking a […]

  22. bobbie says:

    hi again! i don’t know what happened but my previous post didn’t appear..anyway, here’s what i said
    wow!impressive this dresser cake, & so are your other cakes..just love them. i wish i have half of your talent.. i have a 6month old cake decorating business(in the Philippines) altho i’ve been baking for almost 3yrs. now… your works have inspired me to work even harder.. i’m just curious tho, is the dresser cake all cake? coz i remember my baking instructor used to say that a cake cannot be more than 4inch taller or it will collapse..thanks for sharing & more power to you anne!

  23. Anne says:

    Thanks Bobbie. I wish you the best of success with your company. And to answer your question – yes the dresser cake is all cake. Thanks for your comment!

  24. stacy says:

    Anne…. I have always had an admiration for sugar artists but you have exceeding anything I could imagine in my mind making. You are the royals royce of cake artists … defintly unique! …unbelievably gifted!

  25. Jenny says:

    Wow. I have looked through your amazing creations, I wish you were in Florida. I have never seen anything like it. Specially this dresser cake, so much detail. I am shocked!!! Who ever created this is EXTREMELY talented…

  26. abbie says:

    OMG! when i first saw this cake i actually thought it was a wooden dresser.
    I love all your cake and hope to be like u 1 day.. :p

  27. aura says:

    are kidding is not a cake…. my god is amazing you know how to make it

  28. ana says:

    i love it!!!

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