Amazingly Detailed Cake Looks Like the Interior of a Library

Kathy Knaus has recently been discovered for her creative capabilities with cakes. She designs everything from sugary sushi rolls to a scaled-down fashion studio, but her most exceptional work is her multi-tiered library cake. In this fabulous creation, Knaus has hand-designed the interior section of a public library.

The miniature display features a tiny table, with two gumdrop reading lamps, and a small chair placed directly in front of rows and rows of books. A model globe sits on the main level with a rickety ladder that leads up to the second floor, and the shelves on both levels are stocked full of colorful book covers. Knaus paid careful attention to every detail, including the bricks on the exterior of the building as well as the tiles on the floor of the interior space. The design is almost too fantastic to actually eat!

In addition to the library cake above, you can also check out more of her clever cake creations below.

Kathy Knaus on Facebook
via [Neatorama]





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