A professional baker has created an intricate ‘orgy cake’ from fondant icing for a suspected swinger customer.

X-rated: A professional baker created this very naughty ‘orgy cake’ following a request from a customer

Mother-of-three Natalie Burnett, 27, from from Ivybridge, Devon, says took the brief of a ‘clean but cheeky’ cake with a swingers theme from the anonymous customer and ran with it, spending 30 hours crafting the fondant figurines.

The unique design features three couples getting hot and heavy in the bedroom – with various items, from sex toys to underwear, strewn across the floor.

Each figure has been painstakingly hand-crafted, with one busty lady even perched on the bed with a cuppa while her partner proudly displays his manhood next to her.

Social media users were quick to react after Natalie shared a picture of her handiwork online, with many describing it as ‘brilliant’.

One person quipped: ‘You made an orgy cake….hilarious. Did the cake taste orgasmic?’

Another added: ‘Oh my god! this is brilliant!.. The hours spent on this must have been soooo many!’

And one Facebook user wrote: ‘Love it! Very funny. Each to their own with this one.’

Natalie, who apparently didn’t ask too many questions for the reasoning behind the kinky commission, claims people either ‘love or hate’ her creation.

Attention to detail: Each figure has been painstakingly hand-crafted, with one busty lady even perched on the bed with a cuppa while her partner proudly displays his manhood next to her

Natalie said: ‘I was told to keep it clean but cheeky. I think I made it fun. I could have gone into a lot more detail, but I wanted to keep that balance. It’s a bit like Marmite – you either love it or you hate it.’

Natalie, who has been running her own cake business – Pure Imagination Cake Designs – for the last 12 months, says the cake has allowed her to develop a plethora of new decorating skills

She added: ‘I thought the finished cake was brilliant. It was exactly what the client wanted, that’s exactly what I’m about as a company.

‘I think my favourite part is the cup of tea – that just made the cake for me. That bit was requested.’

And when it came to shaping the finer, more private features of each of the figures, Natalie says she embraced the challenge.

After some initial blushes, Natalie says once she got into the swing of creating the vanilla sponge and jam cake she shook off any reservations and went the whole way in forming each character.

Natalie, who works as a carer alongside her baking enterprise, said: ‘When I got round to those parts, I thought, if I’m going to do it, I’m going to do it properly. So I’ll put that little bit in too.

Natalie said: ‘I was told to keep it clean but cheeky. I think I made it fun. I could have gone into a lot more detail, but I wanted to keep that balance’
The fondant figurines before their heads were added. Natalie says that once she got into the swing of creating the vanilla sponge and jam cake she shook off any reservations and went the whole way in forming each character

‘I actually found it quite engaging to do. I’d spent a little bit more time making sure the detail was there.

‘When it came to planning, most of it happened in my head. I’ve always been artistic. I had to think about the positions of the couples – the couple on the floor were the final addition.

‘I got information about body shapes and how many people were required, and the rest of it was left to my imagination. I thought of the bits lying around on the floor.

‘I’ve never made anything like that before. And it’s the first time I’ve made models without clothes on.

‘I took a long time to model the figures. Usually you can cover up any mistakes quite easily, but it’s not so easy when they don’t have clothes on.’

The mum-of-three says part of the reasoning for the labour of love taking such a long time to make was down to having to put it together away from her children’s innocent eyes.

Natalie, who says she has enjoyed baking all her life, said: ‘There’s a lot of work that went into it – I was working away on it across three weeks.

‘One of the reasons it took so long to make was that I had to make it when the children weren’t around. It was covered constantly – they had no idea it was being made.’

And Natalie, who has been running her own cake business – Pure Imagination Cake Designs – for the last 12 months, says the cake has allowed her to develop a plethora of new decorating skills.

Natalie said: ‘I was in two minds about posting the picture of it on social media, but I’ve had hundreds of comments about it and I’m glad I shared the picture now.

Natalie says part of the reasoning for the labour of love taking such a long time to make was down to having to put it together away from her children’s innocent eyes

‘People don’t always realise how much skill goes into cake decorating. Something like that isn’t really what I make that often. Most often it’s usually children’s birthday cakes, or cakes for older people.

‘It shows the detail I go to in cakes for clients.’

 

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