Saturday, November 17, 2007

Just another Saturday here on Main Street day...


Yeah, you're reading a blog from a graduate of Cake Decorating 101 - yeah, baby!

Today was the last class in "part 1" and the next set starts the first Saturday in January. Guess they figure Randy needs something besides cake for dinner on Saturday nights....

so, let's see it you say...OK here it is in all of it's Lemon glory...


Today we learned Sweet Peas, ribbons, and were to work on Roses again...but I made a flower I don't know the name of - but they look like a ruffly rose... Oh, and the pea-looking things..they're supposed to be dots.

And here's Heather and me, one last time, Ooh-ing and Aha-ing over tonight's dinners....

But, here's what I'm talking about......

Moist, lemony, YUM-O....

But, Saturdays are not ALL about the cakes, right?

With the weather being so nice today, we actually came across a little yard sale!

I bought these:

Why 3 Jacks you say??

Because they didn't have 10...Duh....

Oh, and I got this darling small cookie jar:

You can tell it's not really big because the Jacks are actual "jacks-size".....

And, doesn't Braxton look like he's keeping Santa's chair warm for him??


And these aren't new but I threw them in because I thought you'd like them...I do.

So, enjoy your night, sleep tight, and don't sleep with your mouth open...all the grumpies enter that way....betcha didn't know that, huh??

-me

5 comments:

Brenda said...

I loved the cake. Keep up the good work.

Clare said...

The cake looks gorgeous an well done with icing decoration!

Anonymous said...

You must have graduated cake school "summa cum laude"...beautiful job! Love your treasures from the yard sale. One little warning...never play jacks in a skirt on a hot sidewalk!

Take care. Betty

The Feathered Nest said...

You are so adorable, Colleen! Congratulations on graduating your first cake class!! I took that same class and had a blast...Your cake's making me hungry...xxoo, Dawn

Littlepenpen said...

I'm impressed with your cake decorating skills. That is something I have always wanted to learn to do. Your little dog is precious... I have one that looks a lot like him! (also loved the cookie jar... I would have bought it too)