Cosmic on Cuba St had a cupcake fundraiser for the SPCA this past weekend. Technically, Cupcake Day is supposed to be today, but Ish decided to do it during a busier time so we could entice more people with sweet treats!
Ish and I held down the fort during the day on Saturday, it was lots of fun. We made an awesome, irresistable display. There were SO MANY CUPCAKES, the smell of sugary-sweet baked goods was making us salivate allll day.
I was late for work due to running a last minute icing-and-sprinkles gauntlet :-p As far as lateness for work goes, though, icing cakes for the animals must be up there in the top 5 best excuses. Photos to come!
Fundraising-baking has given me a little cupcake fever. Yesterday afternoon I made a double batch of chocolate (with chocolate icing squiggles, chocolate sprinkles and a peppermint Poppit on top) and orange (with orange icing and candy sprinkles, half with blueberries as well); we've been reaping the delicious rewards ever since. There are three left, soon to be two... YUM ♥
♠ Using the time I have to spend away from class due to post-surgery pain productively and steadily working on the range of rings
♠ Knowing that everything will work out in the end
♠ Eating lots of cupcakes
♠ Leggings; pants-free ftw
♠ The weather getting warmer; Wellington is such a tease sometimes
♠ Discovering that the company Tech gets it's patternmaking equipment from has an online store - best find in ages!
♠ Ordering a whole bunch of ring shanks - exciting times ♥
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