Who wouldn't love to receive a slice of cake in the mail? While the logistics of that may be tricky, you can work your way around it by mailing a cake postcard instead.
With the help of Sandra Denneler over at She Knows, you'll be able to create your own postcards designed to look like a delectable slice of cake. All you'll need is a handful of materials including a large sponge, caulk and spray paint.
What's great is you can build cake cards in a variety of colors to suit the flavor preferences of the recipient. Do they like devil's food cake? Strawberry cake? Buttery yellow cake with chocolate icing? It's all possible when you follow this easy step-by-step tutorial.
Mailing these yummy cake cards will cost around $3 but that's nothing compared to the joy they bring. Ready to get started? Let us know how you make out in the comments below.
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