February 01, 2012

What a cupcake likes…

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I don't aspire to literary greatness or wittiness, which posed a bit of a problem when I had to come up with the wording to put on the attendance certificates for the cupcake workshop (item no. 7 on my 30 for 30 list). My friend Emily put together the prose and Emma did the printing of the posters. I came up with this ditty at 3am on the morning of the cupcake workshop, inspired by Edward Monkton. Do you fancy posting a poetic response?

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Said the cupake to [insert your name],

"I like it when you help me grow taller
and pipe a no. '99 whippy on me,
and clothe me in rich,
buttercream yumminess.

Thank you for making me beautiful."

I promise to post more photos, write up another entry on the workshop itself and a cupcake recipe soon. But right now I am still exhausted from Sunday night's 6 hour cupcake baking marathon. Any guesses what time I went to bed? More on that later.

25th Feb - cupcake recipe added!

10th Mar - workshop added.

- 2 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Monica

    Wow, it looks a very productive and creative workshop! Looking forward to the next post. x

    01 Feb 2012, 22:41

  2. Han-na Cha

    @Monica – thanks. It was definitely memorable!

    04 Feb 2012, 01:35

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