Cake Wardrobe

This is a piece of furniture that any girl would love to have – the world’s first ever CAKE walk in wardrobe. The wardrobe is made completely out of cake and comes with edible dresses and its own built-in iPad. The item, which comes with a price tag of £800, was made by cake sculptor Steph Parker, 25, from Birmingham. The cake, which took 40 hours to make, has three flavours – vanilla, chocolate and red velvet – and is large enough to feed over a hundred people.

This is a piece of furniture that any girl would love to have - the world's first ever CAKE walk in wardrobe. The wardrobe is made completely out of cake and comes with edible dresses and its own built-in iPad. The item, which comes with a price tag of £800, was made by cake sculptor Steph Parker, 25, from Birmingham. The cake, which took 40 hours to make, has three flavours - vanilla, chocolate and red velvet - and is large enough to feed over a hundred people.

This is a piece of furniture that any girl would love to have - the world's first ever CAKE walk in wardrobe. The wardrobe is made completely out of cake and comes with edible dresses and its own built-in iPad. The item, which comes with a price tag of £800, was made by cake sculptor Steph Parker, 25, from Birmingham. The cake, which took 40 hours to make, has three flavours - vanilla, chocolate and red velvet - and is large enough to feed over a hundred people.

This is a piece of furniture that any girl would love to have - the world's first ever CAKE walk in wardrobe. The wardrobe is made completely out of cake and comes with edible dresses and its own built-in iPad. The item, which comes with a price tag of £800, was made by cake sculptor Steph Parker, 25, from Birmingham. The cake, which took 40 hours to make, has three flavours - vanilla, chocolate and red velvet - and is large enough to feed over a hundred people.

This is a piece of furniture that any girl would love to have - the world's first ever CAKE walk in wardrobe. The wardrobe is made completely out of cake and comes with edible dresses and its own built-in iPad. The item, which comes with a price tag of £800, was made by cake sculptor Steph Parker, 25, from Birmingham. The cake, which took 40 hours to make, has three flavours - vanilla, chocolate and red velvet - and is large enough to feed over a hundred people.