This takes the cake 4.

This takes the cake 4.

Too pretty to eat. This piture was not taken by me. I found it on the internet. The cake was not made by me.

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Have your cake and eat it: Noah’s Ark Cake

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noah's ark cakeA son called Noah with a second birthday can leave only one option for a cake – a Noah’s Ark. Though as I stood making each individual plank, I did wonder whether it would have been quicker to build an actual ark. I forgot to get a candle, so we had to make do with a mahoosive dinner candle instead….

We had the party at home with some friends and family. The kids had foam sword battles and face paints. We also put a roll of paper up in the hallway, which was in throw middle of an overhaul at the time so we didn’t have to worry about paint splashing everywhere.

Tiger Noah painting

Blowing out a candle

Face paint and foam sword fights

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Baby Reveal Party Cake

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Baby Reveal parties are all the rage these days! I had heard of them-parents opening up boxes of either pink or blue balloons to show their guests which sex their baby would be. I had even heard of them cutting into a cake to reveal either pink or blue. However, I got a call one weekend to make a cake for a baby reveal party… with a twist! For this particular party, nobody (NOT EVEN THE PARENTS) would know the sex of their baby until they cut into their cake!!! How fun! I was so excited to be the only one (aside from the ultra sonographer) to know ahead of time! The parents-to-be went to their ultrasound appointment in the morning and then dropped off a sealed envelope! Once alone, I opened the envelope and read what was inside. I got right to work creating a vanilla cake with the…

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