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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Julie is an Apron Goddess

Good Day Ladies (and Gents)! Meet Julie from Cakes and Kids. She is a lover of cakes and kids, hence the name of her blog (not necessarily in that order). Not only does she have a blog to show off her wonderful creations, but she also has a web site where you can find tips, themes, supplies, recipes, etc. in order to make your friends and family some fun cakes. Her web site is also called Cakes and Kids, you can find it at www.cakesandkids.com.

Julie says "From one busy Mom to another, I wondered if your readers might like to hear about my website www.cakesandkids.com. With the economy the way it is, many Moms are trying to save some money and one way to do that is to make your own homemade kids' cakes. My site is designed to help Moms do just that. I feature ideas, tips, photos, recipes, supplies as well as party ideas and contests."

This cake was made by Julie for her 3 year old daughter. As you can see it is a beautiful Princess Cake made with a lovely tiara, pretty ribbon, petite blossoms, and some very cute cut outs of flowers, hearts, and butterflies. Very apropos for a 3 year old princess. Julie says "My little girl is thrilled with her pretty pink and purple cake and the look on her face definitely makes all the effort worthwhile :)" She even has a simple recipe to make the fondant. You can find that HERE.

I don't know about you, but I will be using Julie's tips, recipes, etc. sooner rather than later. Trevor is turning 7 next month and is requesting a Penguine cake. Should be fun! Julie has just made my life easier, I now have some guidance and a great reference to fall back on. Julie, you are a CAKE STAR! Great ideas for those of us who feel the crunch of the economy. Thank you for sharing with the rest of us!

So head on over to Julie's and see what you can see. Give her a big "Hello" and don't forget to take some awesome cake tips home with you. Thanks Julie, you are an Apron Goddess who certainly makes her simple green apron work hard.

7 Goddesses Have Spoken:

Julie said...

Thank you for the link to this site. I'm always making cake for my granddaughters this is going to come in very handy. love her name

Julie

Aprons by Julie

KidsCakes said...

This is Julie here from Cakes And Kids! Thanks so much for the complimentary post :) Your blog has actually inspired me to hunt down and buy a pretty pink apron featuring what else but a cupcake!

Petula said...

My teenage daughter recently learned how to make fondant. I'll have to share this with her.

Knitnut,Karen said...

Thanks for the link!

the ungourmet said...

So nice to meet you Julie. I love your blog! What a nice idea. Perfect for how things are with our economy right now. My sons bday is coming up. I have to do a little snooping around your site for some good ideas!

Ryan Ashley Scott said...

What a beautiful cake for a princess. I'll be heading over to visit Julie and hit her up for some tips about Monsoon's birthday next month too!

Becki said...

What a fancy cake! My poor daughter will be getting a pretty plain one at her birthday party this weekend :)