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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Remember the Sabbath, to always keep it holy

Well, since I always do such a GREAT job
at keeping the Sabbath holy,
and in keeping with my long standing tradition
of only posting
uplifting and spiritual thoughts on Sunday,
I present you with this little question.......
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How should I decorate my daughter's birthday cake?
her party theme is
"girls just wanna have fun"
we're doing makeovers, a talent show and watching a
tweenie flick.
PS Hey! You're welcome! I'm always glad to contribute to your spiritual edification!!!

17 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Maybe some sort of Pretty in Pink cake?

backandthen said...

Your post cannot be less spiritual than our "starve and tell your story" metting today! this is why I don't have a post on my blog either today.

I would make it white with a bunch of funny looking colorfull little drawings. I don't know if you're an artist but if you are then I can suggest you to just make like a color mess on her cake. Like a tie die look and then write Happy B-Day in white.

Lisa Loo said...

I bought an extra large circle cake pan and made a "record" cake--you know like the old LP's?? Maybe a cd? Thanx for the choco shout out!

Mother Goose said...

wilton has candles in the shape of nail polish or lipsticks and that would be cute. I have also seen a cake decorated like a slumber party. I would google ace of cakes or something like that.

tammy said...

That's something I have no experience in since I have only boys! Sounds fun though.

the boyd family said...

i have NO idea, i'm so bad with stuff like that. if i were to eat a cake right now, i'd want a yellow cake with chocolate icing and with candy bars all over the top of it. so that's my suggestion! :)

Laura said...

How about a pair of sunglasses? Then you could get some cheapy ones for the girls to decorate with glitter or jewels. Or just a big letter A for Ashley with different color sprinkles!

*MARY* said...

Since today is still Sunday (for about 15 more minutes) I only have church stuff on my brain. So all I can come up with is the gold plates or the young women values colors.

Christa said...

I'm in Utah and there's a local cake designer here who's site I like to look at. I get lots of ideas from her. www.carriescakes.com
Check her out.

MERRIANNE said...

That Sounds Like MY Kind of PARTY!!!!

ok...the cake!?!?!

You could make Mini-Cakes and the Girls can Decorate Their Own the way they want to...

after all... it is fun to play with frosting & colored icing & decorations....and GIRLS just WANNA have FUN! :)

THen you could take pictures of each girl holding their "Masterpiece" and then take lots of pictures of the girls together & having FUN & then later on give them each a Framed Scrapbook page of that night :)

Rod and LaDawn said...

Maybe a pink cake with little white bubbles of frosting on top. Sit a barbie on top then pipe the bubbles on and around her - kinda like she's sitting in a bubble bath. You could even find a tiny rubber duckie at a party supply place to sit in with her :)

Rod and LaDawn said...

Oohhhh and I like merrianne's idea of letting them decorate mini cakes too. That sounds like fun :)

Amy J. said...

You could always shape the cake like a big tube of lipstick...or make it like a compact with different shades of eyeshadow.

Amy J. said...

Oh and hey...I think the Halloween music is the best addition to the Sabath day spirit!! :)

Amy said...

My google reader shows a post you made that's not here on your blog... hmmm interesting. anyways- it was the "shoes" poem. LOVED IT! Very sweet and eye opening!

As for a birthday cake... you can't go wrong with pink pink and pink. Polka dots and scallops are always cute and girly. You could do a "lip" cake or "lipstick" cake because you're doing makeover.

imbeingheldhostage said...

You made me laugh out loud!! Thank you for building line upon line the gift of party planning :-)

Ok, I'm picturing a cake decorated to look as if you are looking into a make-up bag. Maybe have those little lollipop lipsticks all on it (for the girls to have) and other "make-up-y" candy.
How fun, I wanna come!

The Shabby Princess said...

Hot pink. Hot pink with polka dots would look fun and girly... Come to think about it, that's what I want on my birthday cake!