First up, Carmen L. was actually inspired by a Sweet, not a wreck. This one:
Here's a close-up:
See the tulip-shape with the curls inside? That's the design from the cake!
Next, prepare for an assault of astounding adorable-tude!!
Now, the one on the left is a cake I featured in this post of Super Mario Sweets. The one on the right is a handmade plush by the über talented Emma R. of Felt Original Toys. She spent six months making it, y'all. SIX MONTHS. And all because I asked someone to make me a plush of that cake. Not that I get it, of course - Emma's not *that* crazy - but the pictures are more than enough to make me grin like a loon.
Here's a close-up, so you can see all the painstakingly precise hand-stitching:
Ok, my final reader spotlight today is the extreme opposite of "cute," so if you're enjoying basking in the glow of pastel stars and squishy, huggable cakes, you might want to skip it. Or take a moment to brace yourself before scrolling down. [evil grin]
Ok, here goes.
Soo...remember that horrific meatloaf baby cake thing I posted way back when? Yes? Seared into your memory for all time? Haha! Yeah, I thought so.
Well, a lot of you sick, sick people had one thought and one thought only: What did it look like after it was cooked?
And, "lucky" for you, loyal minion Jessica K. is here to help.