I consider myself to be pretty crafty and artsy, but there are two things I think I may just need to give up on. The first is sewing. I just have no patience for it. It's kinda like trying to learn to ride a bike when your sixty, with a lot of hard work and patience you could probably do it, but why would you want to?
The second is cake decorating. I go through 4 kids birthdays a year in my house, and you think after several failed attempts that I would just give up, but no, a few months pass, and I forget just how positively awful my last cake looked. I think that I've learned from my past mistakes and that I can actually make a cake look somewhat presentable.
Don't believe me? Take a look at the following:
So, you would think after YEARS of miserably failed attempts, that I would give up.
Nope. I went ahead and baked the cake. One layer is all ready falling apart on me. Somehow I'm going to have to take the frosting to "glue" it back together. My plan this year is to freeze it so it ices easier. My oldest daughter is supposed to be decorating it herself, but with her control freak of a mom, I can see myself quickly taking over the project.
I went to hobby lobby, picked out a sheet of stuff that you are able to "cut out". I have little flower cookie cutters. My goal is to have pink flowers on brown icing. We will see how it turns out...
I almost attempted fondant. It's laughable actually to think I could even pull that off...
Wish me luck. I need it.