Well, Hello there!
I know, it has been a long time!
I so cannot believe it's December either!
Small talk over? Okay, good, because have I got a post for you.
Technically, this post should have been up...oh, two weeks ago (but who's counting?) But due to unforeseen barriers you are getting it now.
It all started in late 2008 when my cousin showed one of the funniest blogs ever.
I think you might have heard of it
It is a good daily dose of hilarity
Anyway, last year for her birthday I gave her the CakeWrecks book.
She loved it.
This year I decided I needed to try to top that.
There was only one way I knew how.
I would make her a wreck of her very own.
Step One: Acquire the innocent victim
Ah, so new. So blank
But I needed more white space for my dastardly deed.
Step Two: Remove those tiny blue flowers
Now it is time for this cake to say something
Step Three: Let the Misspelling begin
Ah, Hapy Berfday. So wrong, yet so right.
Step Four: Even more misspellings
Add in the CakeWreck classic "Under Neat That" and a Your Awesome? and I'm a grammar teacher's worst nightmare.
But I'm not done yet.
Oh, not even close.
Step Five: Bring in the hamster
I never understood the love for Zhu Zhu pets until that very moment. For those who are curious, I put the little creature on wax paper so it did not actually come in contact with the cake.
But, what's that? Little hamster has something to say?
Step Six: Let the hamster talk, in LOLCat speech
Ah, "Iz Makin Sprinklez On Ur Cak"
You clever little hamster you.
But where are these sprinkles of which you speak?
Step Seven: The Sprinklez Materialize
Oh, okay, that's not so bad.
See, you just add a few other sprinkles that are not brown and everything will be fi--
*Ahem* Fine, hamster that is just fine. You have made your point.
You are just lucky you are semi-quasi cute.
Well, that and the birthday gal loved it!
Have a great day! Kristen