You can now drive into the Dierberg's Plaza and see this sign in our window. Of course, it is really crooked in this picture. If you know me, you know that that bothers me immensely! But, I am happy to report that Bill and Beth went up there and fixed it up. So, when you drive by, it will be all nice and neat. It's the little things!
This was last weekend's project. A wedding cupcake tower. This is the tallest thing that I have ever made. It was equivalent to a seven tier cake. The tower held about 150 cupcakes and a small cake on top for the bride and groom. There were an additional 150 cupcakes in the kitchen for the 300 guests that attended the wedding.
This is the before picture of my cinnamon rolls. They don't look like much here, except the swirl is pretty impressive. Lots of cinnamon, brown sugar and butter in that swirl. But once they are baked and a layer of icing is poured over them while they are still warm . . .
they become something really special! Ooey gooey cinnamon sugar goodness! Hoping to have these available everyday. We are also thinking we may make several batches and freeze them. You would then be able to pick them up, place them in your refrigerator overnight and bake them in your own oven the next morning. I am thinking they would be great to have for Christmas morning, or any morning really!
This was a Spongebob and Patrick cake full of crabby patties for twin boys.
This little cake sat atop a cupcake tower for a first birthday party with a luau theme. The cupcakes below went on each tier of the tower.
This was a little cake for a baptism. The little cake was surrounded by the cupcakes below.
Baseball cupcakes for a birthday party. The "dirt" was buttercream icing rolled in brown sugar. A little "grass" was piped on top and a cake pop, decorated like a baseball, was placed in the grass.
The request for this cake was, "he wants a cake of the Rocky Mountains with a mountain lion on it." So, this is what I came up with. Maybe not as impressive as the Rocky Mountains, but a mountain nontheless. And, a tiny mountain lion making it's way out onto the road, purchased at a local craft store.
Things are starting to move forward inside the shop. We went and washed the windows last week and used tape to map out the front end of the store. Seeing where the counter, coffee bar, tables, pictures, etc. made it feel like things are really coming together.
We picked out paint colors and booked a lot of appointments. Floors will be buffed, the space will be cleaned, we will get an official phone number, electric will be run, venting will be installed, floors will be installed, a new window will be put in place, new trim will be installed, pictures will be made and menu boards created. Lots to do and most of it will happen over the next couple weeks!