Sunday, August 8, 2010

Vampires are taking over everything

The request was to make a cake for an older grandchild who does not care for the Twilight series written by Stephanie Meyer (the reason makes sense, just trust me).

So... of course, she absolutely had to have a cake with the Twilight theme for this person's birthday.
(Hehehehehehehehehe. Ah, families-if they can't poke fun at you, who will?)

{Yes, yes, I know that some of you may be experiencing shock that there are some people in this world who don't care for the series-just let it go. Some people claim not to like Brussel Sprouts or beets-I don't understand the
m either but I accept them in spite of their oddness and they can still be productive members of society
; }

Anyhow, the grandparent had purchased the Twilight dolls and needed an appropriate log for them to sit upon whilst being full of angst and moodiness.
The log
without adornment... Kind of a nice log, maybe waiting to be put in a campfire so it can roast some marshmallows for later S'mores action.

[S'mores, required
camping accompaniment-also, excellent gauge of true adulthood. You know you are an adult when you hit that stage in life when one S'mores contains WAY TOO MUCH SUGAR for you to handle (teeth ache just looking at one is an excellent sign) or you start pondering ways of making the S'mores gourmet by using handmade artisianal marshmallows, single origin chocolate from
goba chocolates, and handmade Graham crackers using stone ground whole wheat flour sourced from the Cedar Creek Grist mill...not that I've ever done that mind you-ahem.Wait, where was I? Oh yeah, log cake...] now back to the regularly scheduled program.

The finished log ready and waiting ...

and...with appropriate decor and acce
ssories; very, very moody and angst ridden accessories.

One of these days, I will have to read the books...

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