I am mighty impressed!You did a FANTASTIC job! I love that you used rice crispy squares. I made a pirate treasure chest for my little guy using r.c.s too, because of his allergies.I've never tackled fondant...how do you make yours??
Great job! It looks fantastic! J doesn't eat cake, so we made a cake out of Rice Krispie treats last year, the kids loved it.
That cake is AWESOME!!! I would have LOVED to have been there to see his face and celebrate with you all. I remember his face for the R2D2 cake. Happy early 6th Birthday Liam!!- Sara & Matt
Wow, that cake turned out so well! Great job Amy!Glad Liam had such a good day, doesn't that comment just make it all worthwhile?:)
I can't get over how well your cake turned out. You did an amazing job. I love planning my kids parties too. They are so appreciative. It is totally worth all the work.
This cake is seriously mind-bogglingly beautiful. I can't believe how realistic it looks -- just amazing! I can't wait to hear all the step-by-step details.And the party looks like it was super fun, too...I showed the invite and your pre-party planning pictures to my six-year-old and he was pretty upset to hear he wasn't invited! I think we will try a theme like this for him for next year.
Toby asked, "Why couldn't I be there?!" The party looked liked some serious FUN! Great job! These are the memories Liam will always carry with him... Can't believe he is six (almost).
That is awesome! I may have to try doing something similar for my hubby next birthday! Haha!I want to try making fondant sometime... how was it?
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