Sunday, August 28, 2005

Cake Decorating Magazine, May/June 1974

Cake Decorating Magazine, May/June 1974
These citrus slices are kind-of cool, but in a food-coloring overkill sort of way. I have always wanted to learn this craft--art in icing.

sun cake

teapot cake

grad cakes

fish cake

dad cakes

Castle cake
I would have killed for this as a kid. Now it just looks like too much sugar.

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Blogger Rachel said...

Wow... those cakes look really really good. Yeah, probly too much sugar, though. Oh, would you mind passing my potato? I see you're from California, and I'm trying to get my potato to all 50 states. Just click here, you'll get it! Thanks a lot! And it's cool you're a petsitter... I like dogs and cats a lot too.

9:27 AM  
Anonymous Carkov said...

Your site is very good!
Congratulations!

9:45 AM  
Blogger tweety said...

Hi, Barbara
Cake decorating can be fun. A couple of years ago I took two decorating courses at Michael's. Of course, I ended up purchasing all the supplies that come along with it. It's not one of my strong hobbies, but it was fun to learn and decorate a cake on occasion.

12:35 PM  
Blogger kath red said...

those little school girl cakes are adorable.

you have some spam comments - you should delete them.

7:21 PM  
Blogger Laura K said...

This is where Martha gets all of her ideas.

1:19 PM  
Blogger Susie Sunshine said...

Nothing says "Hooray, You Graduated!" like a smiling severed head.

11:51 AM  
Blogger Suburban Turmoil said...

$7.50?! Woo hoo! I'm buying!

5:20 AM  
Blogger my house is cuter than yours said...

You know I love cool cake decorating! I really liked the cacti on the father's day cake....I'm guessing it was done in royal icing with a really big and notchy type tip! thanks for your sweet comment on my blog! :)

9:37 PM  
Anonymous Sandra said...

Awesome cakes, thanks for the blast from the past!
My teeth hurt now :o)

1:19 AM  

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