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The Rose Cake

Well, this is a helluva way to end a Whole3o, isn’t it?

No, I didn’t taste the cake – I wasn’t so anxious to see the end of the 30 days to gluten-bomb myself.  I may be crazy, but I’m not stupid.

Oh, hush up.

Anyhoo, one of my co-workers is throwing a big bash birthday party for her oldest daughter tomorrow, so I made her a cake.  She’s in the first grade and very much a girlie-type girl, so I made her a girlie-type cake.  Which is my very favorite kind, to be honest.

The Rose Cake

The Rose Cake Detail

And on that note, we’re off to deliver the cake, then head down to Columbus for our date tonight.

Have a great weekend, y’all.

 


6 comments

So sweet. I want cake now. And I don’t even like cake! : )

Carolyn says:

It’s beautiful Jan! Have a great weekend!!

Alex says:

I still really can appreciate cakes and desserts as aesthetic objects and pieces of design…and this is a gorgeous, well composed cake! Hope you’re having an awesome weekend. : )

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