Michael made this for Renata, who is catering a birthday party tomorrow. The cake will be the hat. I love this so much! I can’t freehand for shit any more.
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I finished another last night, but I am not happy with something so I am going to rework and upload tomorrow. Two more to start today and two others in process. Yay!
Lost & Fawned featured another one of my collars in a new Treasury.
Thanks again Lindsey!
My favorite ‘female’ bath tonic contains a combination of some or all of the following:
We’ve been blogged at one of my long time favorite design blogs, Design*Sponge!
Thank you Grace!
ETA : I love d*s reader Azzy’s suggestion of painting the vellum with India ink. I’m thinking of trying it myself when I can get downtown to pickup the supplies. Thank you!
A couple weeks back the photo of Michael’s boutonniere – on the right – received a comment from Mary Lorraine, a very sweet bride-to-be, asking how we managed to secure the acorns. I replied back with a couple tips and and voilà! She posted a photo of her version, and I think it’s really beautiful. You did a great job Mary Lorraine and congrats on your wedding!
Update: Mary also sent me a link to her sweet blog.
I am trying to find some of the process photos to add to this post. The base was cut from MDF and the edges were routered. We painted it yellow and applied the feet, which were bushed steel door pulls that we painted a matte black. The finishing detail is a stain ribbon along the outer edge that has a black vintage inspired button to cover the ends. We gave it to Renata and she matched the yellow for the fondant.