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October 8th, 2012

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Looking for treats

November 18th, 2008

I found myself milling around the kitchen Sunday night hoping for a cupcake. There they were!! Life is good!

October 19th, a Halloween Event

October 19th, 2008

We met today, every one of us - and enjoyed Bloodshot Orange Mango SurprEYES! and Pumpkin Spice with Black and Violet Creamcheese. We also dallied with Halloween bracelets and Crash was kind enough to give us all test tube pens and RIP erasers!~

September 21,2008

September 21st, 2008

Today we met and had Pixie 2.0 and Platypus 2.0 cupcakes - very good, improvements made in the second version - no pictures though.
I also showed the girls a hexahexaflexagon and gave them instructions and starting strips. That is a hexagon shaped paper thing that you fold to reveal 6 sides in all. I just got home from our troop parents meeting and finished up my dodecahexaflexagon - 12 sides. I will post pictures after I decorate it :) And after Europe this week!
Here is where you can get info and directions, to name a few -I’ll try to clean up the formatting soon
http://www.kathrynhuxtable.org/flexagon/hexahexa.shtml
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002441F/flexagon.htm
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/105-9187621-4046863?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=dodecahexaflexagons&x=0&y=0
http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0521525748/ref=sib_dp_pop_toc?ie=UTF8&p=S006#reader-link

September 7 and Summer Catch Up

September 7th, 2008

well, it’s been a while since I posted. In early summer we had a little meeting where the girls played with fondant decorations and we had appletini cupcakes. Also some glazed chocolate cupcakes. The pictures were a little fuzzy so I won’t post them.

Then a week ago, we had our first fall Sunday meeting. I forgot to take pictures but we had rootbeer float cupcakes and beach cupcakes.

Now we are on the fall 1st and 3rd Sunday schedule. Today we had dirt cake -

Dirt Cake, with worms and caterpillers

the caterpillars are beads that we will turn into charms. I salvaged Sammay’s. And saved some for Pixie who wasn’t here today.

The second kind was pistachio cupcakes, at Platypus’s request.

Pistachio Cupcakes

She provided the Ratatouille Cupcake Flags, I provided the Zoo Pals

Zoo Pal plates, too

June 5, 2008; Unmitigated Disaster

June 6th, 2008

The day started out with little sleep - late night dinner with the CEO and spouse. First challenge was to make Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes. I read about a couple ways to bake them, and tried both.Out of the oven

Then I set out to ice them. My goal was to swirl blue cotton candy buttercream with vanilla followed by pink bubblegum buttercream with vanilla. The blue was too stiff and the bag broke, so the star tip was a no-go. I compensated with the pink but it turned out to be too soft. I did get some reasonably presentable cup cake cones.

but the pink icing, being so soft, started to drip, to slump down the cones. Chillin’ is what they need, I said to myself - with no regard to the inherent structural deficiencies of rows of ice cream cones balancing on a cookie sheet. The first tray got as far as the garage (on the way to the cupcake refrigerator in the garage. Then hit the dust in notable dramatic fashion. Oh, the humanity! The second tray didn’t make it past the dishwasher but at least half of them remained on the cookie sheet.

Sadly, some ended up on me too.

No mind, I always make at least two kinds of cupcakes. Variety and take homes. The girls had wanted to see a beach cupcake. I used a carrot cake cake mix (repeat intended), our favorite cream cheese frosting, brown sugar sand, rolled fondant sea (spray painted with blue food coloring - I love technology advances). Then topped them with sealife beads. Below I show the lobster, the octopus and the crab (wouldn’t stay still)

5-29-08

May 30th, 2008

Two new cupcakes - my choice - root beer float (root beer flavored white cupcakes with a root beer glaze, topped with our favorite marshmallow icing and fast food charms. And the monkeys came all out for banana cupcakes, filled with banana whipped cream and topped with banana butter cream Tiny banana cupcakes dipped in a semi-sweet chocolate ganache, and decorated in a variety of ways, completed the array.

5-22-08

May 30th, 2008

The club met without me today - I was up in pasadena for round 3 interviews for a job. Round 4 is Houston on June 2.

The cupcakes were reprisals of the Crash and the Platypus.

5/15/08 - Ducks

May 30th, 2008

The ducks lay in wait on cakes of Pixie’s choosing, again from “the Bakers Guide to Cupcakes”; We talked about the Chapter 13 test and strategies for dealing with tests and test anxiety.Study Ducks

Bridging - 5/2/08

May 30th, 2008

As our girls swam across the pool to become senior scouts, there were cupcakes there of course - chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, and a green chocolate GS logo, and confetti cake with almond buttercream filling, with white chocolate doves. They got dove necklaces and dove charms to commemorate the day.