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My dh and I both used to have blackberry phones. I seriously can’t live without that thing, I love it. But my dh needed something with more umph technology wise (since we run a technology consulting business) so he just recently bought an iphone. It’s awesome. He loves it and hasn’t put it down since he got it. He loves how the internet looks like it does when you use a real PC, not all weird like on my blackberry. It’s REALLY heavy though, even though it’s so slim. ...
We got married in May of 2003. I made my own cake. It was the first cake I’d ever made besides putting a boxed mix in a 9x13 baking dish and covering it with canned frosting. I got some help from some ladies at the Wilton message board (but most were very blunt in saying I was stupid for even attempting to make it myself with no experience). My biggest help was running into a decorator at Hobby Lobby in the cake aisle. I picked her brain about what I needed for this...
All our Wal-Marts have always done wedding cakes as far as I know. When I got married back in 2003 they were my only option besides doing it myself. I hate Wal-Mart cake so I did it myself. The cake was great and I was proud I did it myself.However… I recently had to buy some cupcakes from Dillon’s for my MIL’s impromptu birthday party. They were DELICIOUS. I mean, scrape the sides of the plastic container for crumbs delicious. The cake was so freakin moist and the...
OMG they just keep getting better That's VERY cute! I think you've got it.
THAT ONE!!! THAT ONE!!! It's perfect The font you were using for the name in the ealier versions looked weird. This one looks AWESOME. I love it. The colors are nice, that little pink trimming around the name is a cute touch and the font's work. Good job!
We got some of those at a birthday party my dd attended. They were a PITA to eat. I've read threads on here where folks complained about how annoying they were to make (getting the cake cut to just the right size seems to be a problem). They are pretty though but I'd rather have a cupcake.
I wouldn’t sign that as it is. My dh has had to sign several NC contracts in his line of work (IT). Many years ago, when he was just starting out, he was asked to sign one similar to what you’re being presented with. He refused. He was taking the position as the lead tech at Best Buy and we had our newly established technology business going strong on the side. It was a conflict of interest for him to work on computers at BB in their tech bench then go home and work...
I would stick with the Wilton stuff while you are in class. In course 2 we made a lot of flowers. Two of the gals in our class had made their own buttercream at home and brought it in (not the class recipe). It was too soft and they couldn’t make any of the flowers. The rest of us in class scooped out a little of our own BC and gave it to them so they would have the right stuff to use. Fondant classes weren’t offered when I did the Wilton courses and while I’ve always...
O.M.G. That's sooooo nasty.
Depends on who asks. I have friends and family who are very generous to me with their own trades and hobbies so I take care of them when it's cake time. Then I have some who think I just pull these things out of my rear and those people I charge full price or very close to it. They almost never call me back and that totally works for me.
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