Thursday, February 4, 2010

She’ll have her cake and eat it too!

I created this yummy cake especially for mom on her birthday!  Sweet treat without the calories~ I hope that she’s loving it!  :) mom's bday~riverhouse 062

Also, I’m throwing my article link out there for you again~ I hope that you enjoy reading about me and my crazy hobbies!  ;)




sPaRkLiNg sCrApBoOkS said...

Hey Christina! I am SOOO lovin' this cake! love love love it and I'm sure your mom is too! Super cute! Can't wait to see your next article girlie! love ya, deb

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Christina,

How deliciously gorgeous...I LOVE it! Girl you are too clever! Heading over to see your article.

Au Revoir Sweet Friend!

Good Girls Studio said...

Soo fun & low-cal :) I bet she loved it!

Lorraine said...

It's so precious, she'll love it...and I'm running to your newest article (Ps I tried to access it directly, but it won't let me?????

euphoria said...

super sweet card!! Love all the lace action!!

GardenofDaisies said...

Really cute lace cake! I read your article. Now I know what to do with all those little bits that I don't have a use for but I don't want to throw away because "someone can use them for something". I will put them in gallon ziplock and save them for you! Add me to your junk network. :-)

Signs and Salvage said...

I want a piece of that cake!!! I am going to check out your article...I hope you have a BEAUTIFUL weekend!!

Take Care,


Elyse said...

she'll love it!


Anonymous said...

Yes, I DO LOVE my cake!!!! But, I do love you more.....Thanks for a wonderful treat on my birthday. Love, Mom

Lisa said...

Awesome! Thanks!
Hugs, Lisa

lilylovekin said...

Hope your mom had a happy birthday-I'm sure she loved her cake it is wonderful.

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Lorraine said...

ps I sent you a bunch of little something that is perfect for you...should get it within the next few weeks..who knows maybe it'll make it for the 14th

Rebecca said...

Hi Christina
What a lovely card and I just love the way you used the lace and buttons so creative!
Congratulations on such a great article also!

sPaRkLiNg sCrApBoOkS said...

Hi Christina!
I'm so glad you said that about the heart on my layout. I was worried it was just "floating" in the upper left corner! I am trying to design with more negative space! It's still a little hard for me, so I appreciate you saying that!
Stop worrying about the package, please! Isn't it cold and snowy where you are! Don't go to the PO in that weather!!!!! love ya, deb

Pam Aries said...

Yuumy Cake card! Perfect! I just read your article.. loved it.

Xela said...

Your collage is so beautiful. Fantastic! G. Alexandra

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Christina,

Lovely cake and even better without the calories.
I hope that your Mum had a wonderful birthday.

Have a great week, dear friend

Jodie LeJeune said...

Awww Christina, I loved your article (it's so you) and I adore the cake you made for your Mother! I would love one of those for my birthday...beautiful and NO calories! yay!!!!
Lucky Mom!!!
everything vintage

Bethany said...

this is so pretty and clever. love it!

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That is possibly the most delightful thing I have ever seen! You are creative with a capital K.
xoxoxox and MUUAAAHHHH.
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Rosemary said...

Cool Christina! Love these!
Have a happy weekend,

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