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:: Scented Cake Tutorial :: by TheYellowBee :: Scented Cake Tutorial :: by TheYellowBee
The sprinkle thing at the end is due to the frosting cracking cuz I stupidly made the frosting too thin (!%^@$%), I ended up getting so frustrated that I ripped them all out, re-frosted, re-baked, and then ended up painting them on.
Don't worry about cracking, I just made it WAY too thin, so if you frost it normally (or thickly to be safe) you should be fine.

If you have ANY questions about this, ask away!

***I forgot to put it in, but I added the scented oil to the sculpey/TLS mixture, be sure to do that. :P

:bulletpink: Some Notes:

* Scented oil can be found at Michaels and other craft stores, very easy to find there and comes in multiple scents.
* The oil does not effect the the baking or anything, it just makes the clay a bit stickier when you work with it. Nor does it discolor the clay.
*The scent can last for months and months, there is no definite period for when the scent starts to fade.

:: If you use this tutorial to make something link back here, I'd love to see what you do!

:: Feel free to post this image or this tutorial on a blog or website. Just be sure to tell me. :P

~Other Tutorials By Me~
:bulletpink: Burger Tutorial: [link]
:bulletpink: Swirl Cupcake Tutorial: [link]
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:iconkadash23:
Kadash23 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
will the oil hold the scent for a while or will it fade at some point? :P
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Battersup Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
Clay? Edible?
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:iconztinizz:
ztinizz Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I took inspiration from this :D Thanks for it!
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saya93 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
what kind of clay did you use?
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Furrytail2310 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2010
Wowwwww!!!!
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Lestacy Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
out of curiosity, what is the TLS mixture? I've never worked with polymer clay, and I'm thinking about doing this. thank you :]
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:icontheyellowbee:
TheYellowBee Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2010
TLS is short for Translucent Liquid Sculpey.
It's basically what it sounds like, sculpey clay in liquid form that you can bake... just like clay!
You can find it at alot of craft stores.
:)
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KakashisDolphin Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
Wo, I almost freaked out thinking there was an art thief about! Just a hint, you might want to put a link to your old account for a while so people don't harass you about it. :)
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:icontheyellowbee:
TheYellowBee Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
WoW I didn't even think about it. :blushes:
Makes perfect sense!
Thank you for pointing that out for me. :)
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:iconkakashisdolphin:
KakashisDolphin Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
Of course! Don't want a great artist getting bothered for something like that. :)
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