I have an acute fondness for letters in all sorts of fonts. There. I've said it.
Now there's hope for a cure. Until then, why not put some on a cake?
This one was inspired by something I recently saw on Amy Atlas.
Jenny of bloomdesignsonline was featured on
Amy's Sweet Designs blog for her S.W.A.K. party (congratulations!!!)
and included this alphabet in a frame kind of tucked away on a shelf.
Just waiting for me to find it. See if you can spot it here.
Did you find it?
The pink and gray stole my heart.
And if you want a little less pink in your design . . .
. . . she's got that too. But wait . . . there's more.
A red and black one as well!
Jenny was kind enough to allow me to create her alphabet on a cake.
She also generously provided these three versions of her art
as pdfs which you can download here.
I chose the red, black and white because I had this cute
little alphabet ribbon that I planned to use at the bottom.
But it looked a bit too babyish when the time came. So I left it off.
Much cleaner look and more what I was hoping for.
The cake is covered in fondant with fondant trims.
The ribbon was textured using this fun tool from
Walnut Hollow that I found quite a while ago at Michael's.
It was sold in the metal art section but works great for cake decorating.
Time to go put away the baking toys for today. : (
Thank you for the fun and creative graphic Jenny!
I knew I would like you at once when I saw your bubblegum . . .
|Sheet music by traditional-songs.com|
Thanks for looking!