Christmas gift ideas you say? Well, for the quirky baker in your life, these classic biscuit cake moulds at the The Iconic Cake Company could be just the thing.
Like old school vinyl? Like cake? That probably means you’ll be the target audience for the Vintage Vinyl Cake Stand at Firebox.
They're not only a perfect excuse to update your cutlery collection but also a pretty blast of colour for your kitchen. These dainty forks are beautifully decorated with a pattern of butterflies and birds and will look very professional when you bring out the slices of cake.
Get your own set of six from John Lewis for £15.50.
No coffee break should be without tea, biscuits and other sweet treats and these retro looking tins are the perfect way to store those emergency sugar fixes. They're also ideal for storing full cakes and transporting your baked goods. Be aware though, there is a high chance when you come to open these tins they will be empty.
Get your own set from John Lewis online for £22.95.
What could be better than cake mixing it with old school arcade games. And if you plan on mixing the two, you'll need to get yourself this Retro Arcade Cake Mould.
Coming soon to the Spinning Hat site, the mould is inspired by the first generation of arcade gaming, Space Invaders if you want to be specific. The mould can make various levels of gaming cake, so if you fancy making a multi-level arcade sponge or carrot cake…well…you can.
See over the page for one of those finished products and if you want one, you can pre-order now, with the price at just £9.99.
They come in three different sizes, so will suit nearly every dish going, from dainty cups of tea to generous slabs of cake. The retro spotted design is enough to make anyone turn into a 1950s housewife and brings some much needed colour to any afternoon tea.
If you're a keen baker (or even if you just like cake), these doileys will complete your table. Get yours from Rustic Angels for £3.50.