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Apr 02, 2010


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Precious by Amazing Amanda!


ahhhh! I LOVE it. how cute is that. you're amazing! Thanks for your sweet email you sent earlier today, and you are totally welcome! Im so happy to share your amazingness with everyone. :)


the cake is BEAUTIFUL! you always do such amazing and creative things. :)


What an AWESOME cake!! I want to just reach in the screen and take a little lick of a butterfly!!


What a beautiful cake. Naveah came over today and said "My neighbor Amanda......the one who's been on TV, is making my b-day cake for me" So cute, and she was all proud. Have a blessed Easter Amanda!!

Joy Ellis

Love it! Did you free hand the butterflies? Or did you use a template?


Sooooo pretty!


I love the bright colors. But now you HAVE to tell us about the three tiered cake fiasco.

And did you use a small cookie cutter to put the butterfly shapes on the side of the cake as an outline? That butterfly looks just like the one we used today when making sugar cookies!


Wow. Wow. Wow. I LOVE your stuff. Wish you were my neighbor. :) I'd ask you to bake for my kids... birthday cakes or cookies... wouldn't matter. :) Andrew so badly wants me to make him a general grievous cookie... not gonna happen! LOL... I told him I'd make him some dough and he could have at it. :)

Have a blessed Easter weekend.


What a gorgeous fun cake! I love all of the rainbow colors :)


Pretty, colorful, and yummy I'm sure! Great job!


What a wonderful friend and neighbour you are and such a wonderful sense of humour too. Nevaeh must be the happiest little birthday girl. Your cake has the fresh sweetness of Spring all over it. Happy Easter Amanda.


You are wonderful.


OH my goodness. The cute factor is just killing me. Can you be my neighbor? Adorable.

Emma @ Poires au Chocolat

How adorable. I love the piped butterflies - I'm not sure I have a steady enough hand to pipe all those!


I'm guessing that Neveah was thrilled with this cake - it is absolutely adorable!! Love all the bright colors! You are an awesome neighbor!!

Judy Moyer

Simply beautiful! Bu tthat comment about only taking an hour???? Seriously??? Now you are just showing off!! Just kidding!! I love your decorated goodies and your web site!! Keep those recipes coming. Mine won't look like yours but they can maybe, just maybe taste like yours!! I really love this cake.


i wrote to you a while ago about seeing if you could make cookies for my sons party that is next sunday..you never answered back..would it still be possible?? you should have 2 emails from me..thanks!



Your piping skills are unbelievable. But, I already knew that :P

Beautiful cake!

Happy Easter!


That is an absolutely gorgeous cake - I am sure your neighbor's little girl was thrilled to have such a beautiful cake for her birthday!

Mrs. Mordecai

Beautiful! I'm amazed by your talent. The design is fantastic. Oh, and indigo doesn't count. I say so.


Awesome again Amanda! BTW, my daughter's middle name is Nevaeh.


You must have one steady hand! I would have smashed half the cake trying to do that. Incredible :)


Amanda! :]
I don't speak english...:( but, google translation :D
I love your ART! =D - (eu amo sua arte!)
Congratulations! (Parabéns!)
B-l-e-s-s-e-d hands !! Your Flickr is beautiful :}
Kisses from Brasil for you :}
São Paulo - Brasil)


Lauren @ Crave. Indulge. Satisfy.

Love your cake...so fun with all of those vibrant colors! Thanks for sharing your kitchen pictures too! Don't feel bad, my kitchen gets just as messy whenever I take on baking projects too...sometimes all your energy is drained during the baking and decorating that you just need to wait a day or two to clean up the clutter!


I don't know HOW you made all those butterflies look so identical to each other. Fantastic!


What a cute cake! I bet she loved it. Here's a question for ya... how do you store your cakes when you make them the night before? I just made your faith cake for Easter tomorrow and I don't have a glass dome be enough to cover it. So, I had to stab it full of toothpicks so that I could keep the saran wrap off the icing.


The butterFLIES look perfect! Wow. I love the girl's name!! What a fantastic idea.


so, so pretty...my daughter (and son for that matter) loves butterflies...so wish you were my neighbor so i could recruit your baking skills on our birthdays...you have such a steady hand to do so many fine details so perfectly alike...pretty rainbow colors...


My daughter's BD is coming up and she loved this cake. It is beautiful! Looks like a lot of work to put all of those butterflies on...wow!


I am SO stealing this idea! My daughter would love it!

Almota Roses

Amanda, You continually inspire me....really. Every time I stop by I cannot get over your creativity. Hope you had a blessed Easter.


What a totally girly pretty cake!!


Oh, how darling!


This is beautiful!! The colors are splendid. I'm sure she absolutely loved this cake!


What a nice neighbor and a very lucky little girl. Your cake is a work of art.


I would DIE for that cake OMG rainbow overload<3<3<3

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com}

So pretty!

Year Old Birthday Party Ideas

Wow amazing! Super gorgeous cake!


Rather actually! And did you use a small cookie cutter to put the butterfly shapes on the side of the cake as an outline? That butterfly looks just like the one we used today when making sugar cookies!

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