Cake For Teacher,parent And 10 Year Old Girl

Decorating By linda9588 Updated 5 Jan 2007 , 12:51am by mjs4492

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linda9588 Posted 4 Jan 2007 , 10:51pm
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next week there is a party at my daugthers school for the teacher one of the parents and a 10 year old girl i have to bring the cake do you think i should make three cakes or one big one and if i do one big one what do i do it of can someone please give me some ideas thanks {ps they are all girls}

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SILVERCAT Posted 5 Jan 2007 , 12:08am
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I would see if they all have something that they all care for and do one big cake and go from there! Good Luck!

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Doug Posted 5 Jan 2007 , 12:39am
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3 separate cakes...

on 3 different height stands.

each a pillow cake w/ a tiara

smallest cake & tiara, labeled princess for the 10 year old....very frilly pink.

middle size cake & bigger tiara, labeled queen for the parent .... darker pink and more mature.

largest cake and tiara approaching w/ gold for the teacher --- oh, yes, labeled "empress of the universe"

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mjs4492 Posted 5 Jan 2007 , 12:51am
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I had the same request in November: a teacher, a fisherman and a tennis player......... (got some great ideas here)!!!!
I did a large sheet cake with a small book on top (3-in-1 cake in my photos).
I can PM you with details if you like?
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