I recently made this storybook cake for a baby shower:
Since this was the second time I've made these books, and I had a lot of questions about how I made them the first time, I took pictures as I worked so I could write up a tutorial. Hope it makes sense. :o)
The first couple of steps I don't have pictures for, sorry. I went to the library and checked out books that I wanted to use. Then I scanned each side of them, including the spine, into my computer and used PhotoShop to put the pieces together. Then I laid them out in a document to fit as many as I could on a sheet of wafer paper at about the size I wanted them to be. I actually could have made them a bit smaller and they would have looked fine. The next step was to use my edible printer to print the book covers onto wafer paper.
And then "glue" your pages inside. The fun part about this is that the book can be somewhat opened to see the individual pages inside.
I hope this tutorial will be of help. These really are fun to make, and there's just something about miniature things that are just so fun to play with. :o)
Till next time...
God's love and blessings!