Friday, March 19, 2010

Medieval Birthday Parties and other Scary Stuff.

A sneak peek of the cake. But first...
A nice friendly photo begin this post. The goody bags are made so now all the children have to do is fill them up with precious things from their quest.
Time for the frightening part. I finished the castle cake today and to my dismay, found it completely overrun by tiny, arms bearing skeletons. You know how it can be.
They started shooting at the troops galloping around the moat (which has since been filled with green jelly).

Merlin leaped onto the battlements and started working his magic. The treasure is too important to be jeopardised by a minor skirmish.
See what I mean. Good treasure. Tasty treasure.
Now can you guess what this is. Here is an eye.
And here is a tail.
That's right, it is the incredibly rare 'Snowblood' dragon from the frostiest peaks of the Snowbrides Mountains. It is hard to make out but her wings are velvety and her strange eyes are almost crochet-like which is a particular marker to this species. She will be the final prize to be found in the quest tomorrow. I hope she doesn't become too frightened... I know I am.


  1. Oh! It's fantastic! I want to come to this party and find that dragon. The cake is awesome too. I loved my special birthday cakes as a child and I am sure Archie and his friends will love it too! :)

    PS. How did you make the icing grey??

  2. Absolutely fabulous! It must have taken you hours preparing for this party - they will have a ball! I like to go to town on birthday parties but you take it to another level! Inspiring stuff!

  3. it looks like it shall be a wonderful party! what great ideas ~ and the dragon, it's a showstopper. Just gorgeous!

  4. Wow! That cake is amazing; that Round Table will be happy & full-bellied to be sure! The dragon is an incredible gift; so much fun to have to play with! Lucky Littles... Have fun!

  5. wow...amazing :) I love it!!! How did u do it all??



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