CAUSE I REALLY NEED ONE MORE REASON TO WANT TO JUMP THE BLOGGER SHIP.
I promise to be back with some wordy instructions later tomorrow. There are definitely some gaps in the pictures that I will deftly fill in with words. Promise.
***NOTE: I've since discovered that icing the rice krispie treats is A TOTAL PAIN and completely unnecessary. The fondant will stick just fine without the icing. Also, using icing to stick fondant to fondant is difficult and doesn't even work very well. A small paintbrush dipped in water is amazingly effective. The water makes the fondant stick to itself and you avoid all the messy icing showing behind your work.
This post links back to Wordless Wednesdays at 5 Minutes For Mom.
Links to how we did it:
pre-party planning and ideas
the invitation how-to
pool noodle lightsabers
the cake (in less than 100 pictures)
the big day
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Need some party supplies? Want to make your own pool noodle lightsabers? Check these links below and have it all delivered to your door. If you find any of these links are broken or sold out, let me know and I'll find some new sources. Wouldn't the minifigure ice cube trays be fun? They could be used for ice (obviously), chocolate, or even to make Lego man crayons!
WOW - this is amazing - my son can never see this post!! He adores Star Wars - and is obsessed with the Troopers. Way to go SUPERMOM! I'm very good about BUYING a nice cake, does that count??ReplyDelete
You're insane. Stop making me look like a bad mom. lol. Seriously though, that cake is amazing!! Liam is one lucky boy to have a mom like you!ReplyDelete
Wow! The last picture is my favourite. And I was thinking the cake was looking pretty good all white, then you went super stylin' Impressive.ReplyDelete
You are making the rest of us look bad. That's amazing!ReplyDelete
wow. Amazing!! While I don't have kids, I do have a cake-obsessed husband. :) His birthday is coming up and I have to come up with roughly 3 cakes to meet his needs.....this is one I'm going to keep away from him, though. You did a great job, but I don't know if I would have the patience to do the same thing!!ReplyDelete
Wow. Just wow. That is one impressive cake! I can not bake at all, and really wish I could! Nice. How long did that take?ReplyDelete
I'm exhausted just looking at these pictures! Good for you, girl. All I can say is, DAMN.ReplyDelete
And well done with the size comparison. hahaha
Wow. That is so amazing. You get a mom award for that! And love the last picture.ReplyDelete
love that last one!!ReplyDelete
I can just imagine how much time that must have taken you! It is amazing!ReplyDelete
I am with you on the blogger thing...I actually made a site on wordpress and am seriously considering switching...but part of my is too lazy, you know?ReplyDelete
That cake is spectacular! Any chance you will be in Regina next June for my boys b-days? ;)
you. are. amazing.ReplyDelete
That is absolutely amazing!!! You are so talented :)ReplyDelete
You really did do a fantastic job!ReplyDelete
Love the last picture!
Quick question....how many recipes of your fondant did you need to make??
That's pretty awesome! Love the last picture!ReplyDelete
Heck of a cake but I got to tell ya that last picture got me. That is the 'sweetest' thing. Love that!ReplyDelete
Any chance you could send me info on just the head of the clone trooper? Debbiebrown2886@aol.comReplyDelete
Star Wars party next weekend for my 5 year old!! Great pics!!
your ideas are very cool!ReplyDelete
I linked to your tutorials on my blog - thanks for sharing!
That last picture was pure genius HAHAHA!! I know its been a while since you made this post but I wanted to thank you for the laugh you gave me this morning!! Have a GREAT day :-)ReplyDelete