Army Cake (Loufa Kai Parallagi)

This cake was made today for George, a Greek-Cypriot guy who is going to join the army soon.


It took me more than 4 hours to make it, assemble the pieces and finally to decorate it. I reached a point I thought that I could never manage to finish it.

You can see the Cypriot and Greek Flags. Both mean so much to me!! And although I had a short warning this was the reason I decided to make this cake.

I hope you like it!




Comments

  1. This has got me very emotional!
    I come from what we call - an army-family.
    wonderful cake you've made, and I love the idea!

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  2. Looks fantastic! My brother is in the military and I'm sure George appreciates it VERY much! :)

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  3. Who wouldn't like it?....it's awesome! I'm from a military family and I just love it!!

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  4. Holy cow! This is SUPER cool! :D

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  5. Love the camo cake, it would be a hit at any army base ( I am close to Ft Hood TX). Very creative and perfect for George!

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  6. You can tell the amount of worth that went into it and it turned out wonderful! Great job!

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  7. what a lovely cake! and so much work, good for you!

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  8. WOW! all those pieces must have taken you ages to put together. Any military person would love this cake!

    i can't pipe words properly... you wrote those words so nicely :)

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  9. My thoughts exactly "WOW!" Great job. I don't have that much patience!

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  10. ok poli poli oreo, fantastiko, alla ipame na kamoume dieta me ta cake sou proi proi pes mou pos.....?
    filia
    Stavri

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  11. I have never seen a cake like this! Great work and of course, it is beautiful (especially the flag part).

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  12. Such a beautiful cake. Such vibrant colours. Best of luck to George.

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  13. That cake is really awesome!

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  14. Now THIS is SO COOL! I love it!

    George: What a career filled with integrity to have, serving your country and your fellow man!
    You should be proud of yourself, wear your uniform with honour!

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  15. A beautiful cake, and most of all, meaningful. What a great way to celebrate a new stepping stone in someone's life. Congrats to George and kudos to you for making this piece of art!

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  16. Amazing as usual. You have so much more patience than I do. :) Best wishes to George!

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  17. Amazing as usual! You have so much more patience than me when it comes to baking. Best wishes to George.

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  18. I love this blog, thank you!
    Kissy.

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  19. Great looking cake, I'm sure George will love it!

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  20. OMG i love it :D :D

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  21. Fantastic!
    Thanks for sharing, I truly enjoyed the visit.

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