I cut the candles off the top (no candles in the bakery, fire codes you know#. I then added glitter, dimensional glaze and silver flowers for sparkle and wedding flair. I used silver micro brads on the top valance #aren't they the cutest little brads?) they work perfectly in those holes.
So Girls, did in plenty to go around. The yellow is sourcream vanilla cake with raspberry filling, the pink is strawberry champagne cake and the blue is chocolate fude with custard, oooooooooooh yummy. Anybody bring ice cream? TFL
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Registered: April 23, 2006 Location: Looking For Teapots! Posts: 60004
Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 2:12 PM
Oooohh! I love your ooey gooeyness!!! Those cakes are frosted in the most incredible ooey gooey fabulous frosting ever! Definately a front door kinda card! Snort! Whew! Good thing you cut off the candles, I already am border line law suit food fight much less law suit burn the building down! Good thinking girlfriend!
I love how you were inspired to do this fun wedding cake card! All we gotta do is keep the mice out of it and thank goodness we found Linda's acrylic nail so no one will be digging through the frosting on these cakes in search of a missing nail! Life is good!
Its precious and will make someone a very nice wedding wish. Yup, never to late...we tea party Tuesday to Tuesday. Thanks for coming and bringing this special card and thanks for the link!
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Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 5:06 PM
Oh Lisa, these are sooooooo yummy looking. Can't wait to try them all. I love your bakery window, so sweet and cute. Lovely card for a fantastic reason. What fun we have!!!! TFS :0)
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Registered: November 3, 2007 Location: Rochester, NY Posts: 10352
Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 6:49 PM
Oh those cakes are fantabulous and sparkly and perfectly embellished!!!! I love the way you made the curtain with the doily punch! You win a free pass through the front door for the rest of time, even if you commit a future front door infraction, hee!
Registered: April 22, 2006 Location: SCS in NC Posts: 20958
Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 7:00 PM
This is way to pretty for this mouse infested party. LOVE the way you added color to your cakes. They are beautiful. terrific window vallance and ribbon.. SO sweet just like you.. I am back from IL.... got a stomach bug. Ugh.. Will I ever get back on track. I think I need some of this cake. I was going to come in the back with some carrots but what the heck....
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Registered: June 18, 2007 Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota Posts: 4866
Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 7:23 PM
Lisa is here!!! WOW!! Look what she brought with her!! I'm glad we get to eat those beautiful cakes now, and do not have to wait for a wedding!!
OMgosh, these have to be the most sparkliest prettiest cakes ever!! I love how you did the sponging behind them to highlight them. And the decorative brads on them is just awesome!!! Love your pretty valance with those teensy tiny brads. I was expecting you to use this stamp set for the teaparty this week, but I was thinking that I would see the mouse with the cake. I love how you made your window scene with the three cakes. Such a unique way to use this set.
Oh, and since I can't decide what flavor cake, I will have to take a tiny little piece of each. YUMMMMM!!!
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 67731
Wed, May 27, 2009 @ 11:34 PM
Wow! This is so beautiful. I think my decorating wedding cake days are over, but I'd be happy to produce something as lovely as these. The sparkle, and the shading are fantastic. Love the little fancy canopy and the ribbon and flowers. This makes me think of some of the cake shops I've seen in Paris.