Sunday, March 29, 2009

This is what can happen . . .

.  .  .  when you put Master 13 in charge of decorating Birthday Boy 9's birthday cake!
The kids thought it looked "awsome"

Happy Birthday Pete

29 comments:

bennie and patsy said...

Why that looks good to me. Happy Birthday.
Pasty

bennie and patsy said...

By the way what is that last photo thing?
Patsy

Cathy said...

Is cake decorating a career option? As long as it tastes good! I think it looks pretty awesome anyway!

Talk-n-tidbits said...

Looks just like a cake that a 9 year old would love. And you obviously have a very creative 13 year old. I have a son named Peter, my oldest. I love to see the pictures of all of your flowers as we are just approaching spring here in the northwest. The daffodils are just poking through the ground and it has poured rain all day today with the wind blowing. Thanks for sharing your pictures. Judi

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Awesome looking cake - looks perfect for a 9 year old boy! Hope your son had a brilliant birthday.

Julie said...

Very cool cake. One of a kind. What a nice brother.

Jan said...

Hmm - interesting result. Hope it tasted better than it looks - on second thoughts, it looks like a cake any boy would love! Congratulations to the birthday boy and the cake maker and to you, Annie, who probably had to clean up afterwards!

Melanie said...

A work of art I reckon! Id be proud of that if I was 13.

Calidore said...

Happy Birthday to the Birthday boy. Looooove the cake....looks like something my kids would make...vbg. Besides no matter what the cake looks like so long as they taste fantastic all's good with the world.

Jenny said...

Wow!!!Iy made me smile! Hope Pete had a wonderful birthday.

Lurline said...

Hey, what a good idea - you don't have to do the work and they love it! I'm curious or dumb, maybe both (lol) - tell me about the bottom pic, please!
Hugs - Lurline♥

silverpebble said...

That IS awesome! My hubby regressed to aged 9 when he saw it - I think he's envious. He wants one.

Is that a medlar?

Jodie said...

He is a whizz in the kitchen - Hope Pete had loads of fun (and then an early night).

Annie said...

That last pic for all the wonder'ers, yes, it is my Medlar tree that is laiden with little fruit. I will take another photo and post it, to show you all. It has wonderful Autumn colour.

Bloom said...

Excellent! So long as they thought it looked awesome, that's all that matters! A very cool cake for a newly nine-year-old. Happy birthday to the young man.

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

That really is an awesome cake! Lucy x

Muddling Through said...

Annie, I had to laugh. My "little" boy turns forty this year, and that SO looks like something he would have done. Fun, isn't it?

Sandi said...

Very cool looking birthday cake. Good job, big brother! I bet Pete loved it!

Melanie said...

:-) wonderful! It's a boy thing.

Are your eyes totally ok now? I hope school is goig ok.

istanbuldailyphoto said...

Decorations are great. Bless.

picciolo said...

As long as the kids liked it thats all that matters! Great icing colours!
: )

Carrie P. said...

That is funny but I bet it still tasted yummy. Happy Birthday to Peter.

Suzie said...

They sure had a lot of fun and I bet it was delicious! Happy belated birthday!

Winifred said...

Bet he loved it!

Gillian aka Silly Gilly said...

Looks fantastic! Is it icecream? Happy birthday to your lovely 9 year old. :)

Flowers Philippines said...

Well, if you base on the looks,i think its not really good but i wish it taste good that to its looks.Anyway that is very creative decoration i found ever.


-Grace

jayne b said...

I am glad the blury world is clearing and all focus has returned. I can't imagine you without glaqsses. I just got a genuine pair of reading glasses. That's age for you!
Cheers
Sister Jayne

Leanne said...

I can see how a 13 & 9 year old boy would think this creation is cool.

flowers to Philippines said...

Its true it is not really good to see,but i think its looks delicious.

~Ashley