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post #16 of 18
When I took my first Wilton class 15 years ago, another student did that as well. We got a good laugh out of it. Really it's not a big deal. I have misspelled my own name before and sent it in work emails.
post #17 of 18
This has always been my worst fear! I know how to spell it in my head, but my piping hand may have other ideas.... I always triple check it just in case! If the customer doesn't notice then it's a good thing? :S
post #18 of 18
Yep, I did it to! It was for my husband's co-worker's wife's b-day/twins arrival. They are French, and I had to put "Bonne Fete" I was in a rush and was going to be late. I had to get it on the cake. So I asked my husband how to spell it and he told me Bon fete. The customer noticed it right away of course, but didn't say anything until a week later to say how good it was and what a laugh they all had.....I can't tell you how embarrassed I was!!! It's in my pics anyway....oh well!
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