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Mar 10, 2010


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What a great idea!!! Looks amazing! What a beautiful collection of cake pedestals.

Cate O'Malley

Love the idea of graduating colors - it takes the rainbow cake to a whole new level!


I love green and that cake looks STUNNING!


Hi! I just ran across your blog today and I have to say "WOW". I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the heart cake and this one as well! I did green cupcakes, but now I just HAVE to do the heart cake.



Oh la la! It's great great great!!


I love it. I wish I would have seen this before St Pattys Day!

You are one amazingly creative lady.


*St. Paddy's Day.
Looks gorgeous though:)

Stacey W.

Okay, I just found your blog and I couldn't be happier! I really want to make this cake for St. Paddy's day this year but I have a couple of questions. Is this made in 6" pans with the amount of cake batter for a regular 2-layer cake batter/cake mix amount? Also, could it be made into a 10" cake to feed more people? If so, how much batter do you think I would need?

I can seriously see myself becoming obsessed with your site! I LOVE IT!!!


Great idea. Love the graduated colors that can be used for different occasions. Now I need 7 (6 inch) pans. Thanks.

Island Cottage Art and Design

Your cake was featured in Michelle Allen's post today and I couldn't resist checking out your blog. The cake is so cute! I can't wait to sit down and read more of your posts...Happy St. Patrick's Day to you ~


I just wanted to say that you inspire me to think outside the box, or should I say, inside the cake! I tried an "inside creation" like yours. I was short on time, and did not do it quite like I had hoped, but I thought it came out pretty well. I wanted to share and say thanks!!


It's supposed to be a pot o' gold with a rainbow coming out.

Caitlin (Buy Backlinks)

The cake looks heavenly! It must have been so good!

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