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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

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_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

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_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Steampunk Tractor

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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This has to be my absolute favorite cake to date! I was actually a bit teary to see it go. I love everything about it. I love the aged copper, the red leather seat and straps, the swirls and rounded edges mixed with the cold, metal pipes. I modeled it after a vintage track-type tractor…loosely, you can see. My goal was to create a plausible yet fantastic version of this very old machine.

_MG_8976 copyThis cake was actually quite heavy, so we build an arm that held the engine of the tractor. The swirly smoke was the most delicate element and I’m glad that it turned out. It adds just a bit more whimsy to the whole piece.

_MG_9104 copyLittle details are what make my cakes so fun to create. I love these tiny, silver keys.

_MG_8961 copyThe aviator’s helmet and scarf were the starting point for this project. I knew I wanted to incorporate a human element of some kind, without actually having a man on the tractor. I love the blue glass of the goggles…kind of sci-fi.

_MG_9018 copyOf course, no machine, old or new, is complete without an incredible dash. These dials and levers are so fun.

_MG_9015 copyI continued the blue glass to these water cooling canisters on the side…and of course another dial. I love the mix of metals…copper, steel and rusty patches.

_MG_8932 copyThanks for your continued interest in Flour & Fondant! I thoroughly enjoy working with you and love designing and creating cake masterpieces for the Central Illinois area!

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