Floral Cake

Floral Cake

Feature 11978379 | © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid | 26 images

An original idea for presenting a bouquet of flowers

Does it always have to be a vase? No it does not. Why not make a cake of flowers? Here are the easy to follow instructions for making this original way of presenting the bounty of the garden at any time of year. And the best thing - guaranteed no calories!

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Feature No.: 11978379
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