Cheer Up Cake My 8 Yr Old Son Made For His Teacher.

My son made this for his teacher who had just lost her grandfather and then got hit head on in an auto accident. He helped with the fondant (Satin Ice) and used edible markers to draw the pictures. He picked out the flowers from my "collection" that I keep on hand. She loved it!

Comments

flayvurdfun Says... 10 years ago

what tip what technique for the daffodils? They are my fave flower and want so much to do one or two...

MrsMissey Says... 10 years ago

Cute!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

(...) Go here ~ it will show you how to make the daffodils...

awela Says... 10 years ago

Simple and yet beautiful!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

oops! it didn't print the link! go to Wilton.com and look under decorating techniques. They have the daffodil there.

m0use Says... 10 years ago

How nice of your son to do that, it is a very nice cake. It would cheer me up too.

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

He was very proud! He likes to make and do things for people.

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

That was very sweet of him! It's a very pretty and simple effect and looks just lovely on the fondant.

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

That is the sweetest thing!!! Kids are so wonderful!!!!!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

He loved reading all of your comments last night too!

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Now that is so sweet...

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Thank you. He's a good kid!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Thank you! He was!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! I will!

kakes_by_kim Says... 9 years ago

I am not new to the site, but am now just getting time to go through the galleries and just saw this! Your son is very talented...Tell the future cake decorator he did a great job.

boo-boo Says... 10 years ago

I'm sure his teacher was touched. That was such a thoughtful gesture and he did a great job! He should be very proud.

kelleygirl Says... 8 years ago

Your son must be really sweet to think of his teacher like that. I love the cake.

thecakemaker Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! He is!

kakes_by_kim Says... 9 years ago

I am not new to the site, but am now just getting time to go through the galleries and just saw this! Your son is very talented...Tell the future cake decorator he did a great job.

flayvurdfun Says... 10 years ago

what tip what technique for the daffodils? They are my fave flower and want so much to do one or two...

MrsMissey Says... 10 years ago

Cute!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

(...) Go here ~ it will show you how to make the daffodils...

awela Says... 10 years ago

Simple and yet beautiful!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

oops! it didn't print the link! go to Wilton.com and look under decorating techniques. They have the daffodil there.

m0use Says... 10 years ago

How nice of your son to do that, it is a very nice cake. It would cheer me up too.

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

He was very proud! He likes to make and do things for people.

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

That was very sweet of him! It's a very pretty and simple effect and looks just lovely on the fondant.

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

That is the sweetest thing!!! Kids are so wonderful!!!!!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

He loved reading all of your comments last night too!

Godiva Says... 10 years ago

Now that is so sweet...

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Thank you. He's a good kid!

boo-boo Says... 10 years ago

I'm sure his teacher was touched. That was such a thoughtful gesture and he did a great job! He should be very proud.

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

Thank you! He was!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! I will!

kelleygirl Says... 8 years ago

Your son must be really sweet to think of his teacher like that. I love the cake.

thecakemaker Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! He is!


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