It is absolutely brilliant!! I hope you entered it in that competition.
I didn't in the end!
It's wonderful !! And the resemblance is , actually , uncanny .
Are you on Flickr? You could add it to the group. (If not I'll add it with a link to you)
Sarah, this cake is WONDERFUL!I have Tweeted it and alsoput it on Pinterest!Happy Jubilee
Wow, what a great cake and what a lot of work. I'm wondering how you did the face and hair. It looks really good and I bet tastes delicious too.
fabulous! Sarah you are amazing! I would love to have eaten that cake, except for the shiny bits, I tried those when I was little and nearly broke my face! I am all about the Queen and her Jubilee these days- I thought I was immune but NO! I even bought a harrod's bag- all blue and queenly! I miss London so much- I want to live there again...next door to YOU!
Fantastic! And yummy. Almost seems a shame to eat it (or maybe I'm just jealous that I didn't get to have a bite, too...)Your blog is my source for all things Jubilee. I probably would only be dimly aware of the Jubilee if it weren't for your craft-oriented take on the event :)
Love it! A good resemblance too. I almost feel inspired to cook too...... that doesn't happen very often! Enjoy the half-term. Ros
What a fabulous cake!!
I think you should send a photo to the Queen. I think she'd love it.
This is brilliant, Sarah! I'm with Carole, you should send a photo to the Queen--she's be chuffed! ;o) LOVE all the Jubilee fun here. ((HUGS))
I wouldn't have the courage to cut it or to eat it. Sounds delightful tho, and I am with the rest, it is truly amazing the resemblance. Love it!We have been following the festivities and I thought of you and I even told Barry how I wish we could have been in London this week because it must have been a terrific time and what fun to share it with everyone. Now, where is the recipe? anything with Madeira wine I am willing to cook.
Love the cookie.
Fantastic! Fit for a queen ;) Bet it tasted great too!
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