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Artist Creates Teeny Tiny Clay Replicas Of Gorgeous Cakes

Do you ever eat something so good you wish you could have it again? That's the worst part about a good meal — it brings so much joy, maybe even a tear to your eye, and then it's all gone.

One baker is making food last a lifetime, and they're so cute you wouldn't want to eat them anyways!

Rachel Dyke is a real baker who creates fake tiny ornamental cakes.

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As a former special effects makeup artist, she was able to transfer her wildly detailed artistic skills into the cake decorating world, whipping up designs for Charm City Cakes in Los Angeles.

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Now, she not only decorates tiny cakes, but she also makes them, herself, out of polymer clay.

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They really look like the real thing!

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She can even make replicas for couples who want to keep the memory of their special and elaborate wedding cakes for a lifetime.

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She captures every detail in each arrangement, from the specific color combinations to the bumps and grooves that make them unique.

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If the saying "you eat with your eyes first" is true, then you'll be eating with your eyes all day with Rachel's miniature clay cakes!

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Definitely take a look at her Instagram page to feast on more of her detailed creations.

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