Thursday, April 30, 2009


Don't these cupcakes make you want a friend to get pregnant- just so you can throw them a shower? From Martha Stewart- I love it! And it doesn't look like you'd need to be a pro for them to turn out professional looking!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Cool New Source

I am loving these polk a dotted cup cake liners! Aren't they great? From Confectionary House- as is the cake pan below- I think I could maybe make a Herbie car with this- what do you think?

Monday, April 27, 2009


My son's birthday is coming up and he wants a Herbie party- so I have been looking around for cup cake ideas- this cake is beyond my abilities- and the location is beyond my boarders- but isn't it amazing! From Lise's Bakery.

The Clone Wars

My friends Michal and Allison made these cupcakes for their son's (nephew's) birthday- I loved them~! Cool huh?

Monday, April 13, 2009

Cute Cottontails

A great idea from Good Housekeeping:

Step 1
Take a solid-colored square napkin, and starch it for optimal workability. Thinner napkins work better, so choose a linen napkin over a thick cotton one.
Step 2
Fold the napkin in half.

Step 3
Fold the napkin in half again, to form a long rectangle

Step 4
Fold the right and left sides up to meet in the center, forming a point at one end.

Step 5
Repeat with the opposite corners

Step 6
Fold the side corners in so they meet in the center, but don't fold exactly straight. Pull up above the center point, and you'll start to see the ears shape up. The napkin will form a kite shape.

Step 7
Gently turn your napkin over.

Step 8
Fold the bottom point up, so that it is roughly 1” above the center of the napkin.

Step 9
Carefully, turn the napkin over again.

Step 10
Roll the left side over, slightly past the center of the napkin.

Step 11
Fold the right side over, tucking the end into the pocket you created on the left side, holding your napkin together.

Step 12
Turn the napkin upright, separating the bottom to form a base. Fluff your bunny’s ears.

Step 13
Cut three pieces of string; knot together in the middle. Slide a safety pin through the back of the folded napkin, through the center of the knot, through the button's opening, then back into the napkin; clasp.

Happy Easter

Hope you had a great Easter!