June 26, 2009

fondant night

I went to a cake decorating party tonight and made this brithday cake!

13 comments:

  1. LAUREN! You did a fantastic job! I haven't heard of a cake decorating party, but I think it sounds pretty delicious!

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  2. AWESOME!!!! Doing my job blog post tonight! Week 1 went well!

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  3. wow! looks great lauren! i've always wanted to get into cake decorating...but i've got so many hobbies and projects already that if i started one more thing bobby's head just might explode! i think you've got a real knack for it.

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  4. I've never heard of a cake decorating party! Classes, yes. Party, no. You did a GREAT job!!! Hope it tasted as good as it looks! Have a great weekend!

    Love,
    Tonya

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  5. You must explain the party. I have never heard of one either. Is this something I have to look forward to?

    Joy

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  6. Yes, this is definately something to look forward too! A friend of a friend is a cake decorator, and she hosted this event. She made the cakes and rolled out the fontant. We got to decorate the cake from there. It was really fun!

    I made this particular cake for two of my neices that have b-days in July. I'll be seeing then in a couple of weeks. The cakes can be frozen up to 6 months too.

    It's actually a lot easier than it looks. I'd love to try it again!

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  7. Here comes a new addiction! Trust me it's addicting!

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  8. Looks awesome, but I'd have to taste it to make a truly well-informed decision :)

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  9. Is this someone in Tampa that does this? I love this idea and live in the area.

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  10. Lauren, I found you through the Crimquads blog! We had a family member that had an experience much like yours. I will put you and your family in our prayers. On a different note, that is an awesome looking cake. I never can make them look right!

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