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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Beach Sandals Cupcakes

Happy Birthday Mimi! She originally wanted to have a beach party with all her friends and family, but we ended up celebrating at a restaurant instead. So I decided to bring the beach to her! She requested for banana cupcakes, so guess what I made? That's right! Banana Cupcakes! I topped it off with basic buttercream frosting and graham crackers and fondant sandals. The whites of the sandals are piped on with buttercream. Happy birthday cousin and I hope you have a great wonderful day! All is know is that I'll be flip flopping on whether I should eat the frosting or the cupcake first...or just both at the same time! Either way, I'll have a sweet time eatting these fun in the sun delights!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Housewarming Cupcakes

Alvina and Will got a townhouse and what better way to celebrate than with a housewarming party! I baked her favorite Red Velvet Chocolate Chip cupcakes with basic buttercream frosting. All the decorations are made out of fondant with edible pearls. She wanted the theme of red and pink flowers and houses, so this is what I came up with! My sister also helped me make those pretty flowers as well! Congratulations Alvina and Will on your new home sweet home!

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Congratulations Dr. Steve Le!

What's up Doc? hehehe... My cousin is official Dr. Steven Le now and for his graduation from UCI Medical School celebration, I made him red velvet cupcakes filled with cream cheese frosting. I used basic buttercream for the top frosting because my cream cheese frosting wasn't stiff enough to keep it's form. I made all the decorations (the bandaid, pills, blood pressure tester, stethsoscope, and letters) out of fondant, except for the graduation cap, I used bite size Reeses Pieces and a Ghirardelli Mint Chocolate Squares (not caramel since he doesn't like caramel! weird I know! who doesn't like caramel??) for the cap with fondant tassles. Props go out to my sister Jennifer for cutting up the awesome letters! I also used a metallic pearl for the center of the tunable diaphragm of the stethoscope and in the middle of the bow on the diploma. Also, Steve likes the colors blue (midnight blue to be exact, but it's a tinsy bit hard to get that color with frosting...) and yellow to fit his graduation theme so that's why I chose the colors I did. I also used silver luster dust on the letters to give it some pizazz.

Congratulations once again Dr. Le! You worked so incredibly hard to get to this point and it is only the beginning! We are all so very proud of you and I'm so glad for being able to witness all your accomplishments and success. You're a true inspiration of dedication, hard work, and pure genuisness....haha. You know what I mean... Anyways, congratulations, and I know you'll be able to patch me up whenever I'm broken. These sweet treats don't cure cancer, but Dr Le might some day! Congrats Cuz!