letting go of a neat, normal life for something much better
I love it! Can't wait to hear what Zach thinks.
Christina!? Did you make that? It's almost too beautiful to be eaten (although I imagine I'd find a way...). I'm suddenly feeling inadequate as a mother!
Gale- he loved it and had a hard time waiting for all 24 guests to arrive so we could eat it. Zach stood guard over it until time to sing and eat.Kristen- hold up there feeling inadequate and let me explain! Although there was a time when I would have made (or tried to make) this myself and obsessed over every detail, I've grown up a bit. I have a favorite bakery lady at my near-by grocery store. I explained that I wanted a white on white cake and the icing needed to be fun and scroll-y. She did a great job. I did the 7 and added the M&M's. We ate the entire cake and it was delicious, butter cream frosting:)
Happy Birthday to Zach, that's an amazing cake there. I loved your remark in your last post, "My how I've grown." Isn't that the truth, how our children expand our world.
Joanne- My world is huge these days:)
Mmmmmm. This cake sums u up! Creative, practical, and FUN! Why waste time making a cake these days when u can buy this and still get credit making it personal. Please post a photo of the green cupcake snake u designed for us too! U r my inspiration! By the way, I should b asleep but ur blog is too hard to stop reading!