Do you sell this cake? Yes Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake I made this cake out of two pans - 8" round & 8" square - both 3" tall. I made a paper template of the #5 & cut the cake board and cake to match. Torte and stack the cake, filling in any gaps with icing for nice smooth edges. The trucks & 3 Lego people are non-edible, all the rest is edible. The Legos are made out of modeling chocolate - such great stuff!! Decide where & how you would like the cut-outs on the cake for the Legos to show. I used a pasta machine to roll out the modeling chocolate, hand cut all the colored rectangles & placed on the cake. On the tops of the Legos I used a piping tip to cut out all the dots. I covered the entire cake with fondant, cutting out the areas where I placed the Legos. To get a much neater cut on the rolled-back fondant, I cut separate pieces of fondant to size, rolled them & attached them. It was very difficult trying to get the inside of the circle covered, I had to add an additional piece and blend it in. Best to probably put the Legos in the tight spots. The construction cones are real candles. I made each one from 2 regular white birthday candles. Melted down and put in an icing tip. I then painted them with orange petal dust mixed with Everclear. I placed a matchstick in the one photo to see the scale of them. The child's name is all hand cut then I added the dots to the tops to keep the Lego look.