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April 12, 2010


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Joan Browning

A beautiful cupcake. I just love the sugared violets.. I'll have to wait until spring in September to sugar my violets. Love your blog.


A lovely blog. I've not tried sugared flowers before... they sound interesting.


These are so beautiful. You can add master cake maker to your long list of titles. I do hope you're saving a few for another special birthday coming up very soon!

melissa sifonios

YUM! This looks gorgeous!


Umm. I would certainly come along to eat those cupcakes.


What could be better than a cat and a cupcake?


This has to be the most cahrming cupcake I have ever seen :) Very happy birthday wishes to your sweet sister ! :) xoxo


Yummmmmmmmy and so beautiful!

Abby Emerson

The teacup and saucer are so lovely and vibrant. Thank you for sharing these pictures. They're a breath of fresh air.



when i saw this, i thought of your recent whale piece...



Those do look delicious! I saw this poem and thought of your spiders:

Melissa R

How do you make the frosting look like that... like a big swirl and all sticky uppy???

Mathyld / encore petite

I love everything in that post : from the light, the colours, the cat, the cupcake and everything on it ... to the dream tea-set I was talking about the other day !!!

Happy Birthday, Zina !

x x x


I enjoy how much your kitties are featured in this blog. Your enjoyment and love for them shines through the computer screen and makes me smile.


Agh! Now I am craving cupcakes! I did not know that Forsythia was edible. The blossoms are so very beautiful! Thank you for the idea!


My Grandmama had a teaset like that - gave me quite a start!

Delicious looking cupcakes - she would have approved...

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