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Fanciful 3D jelly cakes look too beautiful to eat

Siew Heng Boon of Jelly Alchemy creates gorgeous 3D jelly cakes. [Photo/IC]

The 35-year-old cake maker Siew Heng Boon, from Malaysia, crafts gorgeous confections that don't look edible at all. Her glasslike creations are instead akin to fanciful office paperweights with flowers and fish encased beneath clear surfaces.

Known as 3D jelly cakes, these confections are made with gelatin or seaweed jelly powder and use specific tools to inject colorful motifs onto a clear base.

Siew Heng Boon of Jelly Alchemy creates gorgeous 3D jelly cakes. [Photo/IC]

Siew Heng Boon discovered the art of 3D jelly cakes in 2016. Intrigued by the unique food art, she undertook a 3D jelly class, learning all the basics about design, coloring and taste. 

Siew Heng Boon, who lives in Sydney, uses a special method to create designs that include multicolored flowers and fish swimming among them. [Photo/IC]
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