Here is Sherry's version.
Didn't she do an awesome job? I love it! Thanks Sherry for letting me share this.
My oldest granddaughter Raygen will be 8 on the 16th but we celebrated her birthday a little early as she will be in Disney for her birthday. She picked out the birthday cake she wanted from this little book I have called "Cakes for Kids". Here is what she picked out...
Here is my version of it......
Not too shabby unh? She loved it!
I was so excited when I found out I won this set of Erasable Ceramic Place Cards from Ginger's Blog, Savannah Granny. You can go here to see the post and to check out Ginger's blog http://savannahgranny.blogspot.com/2012/01/and-winner-is.html
Ooh I just love them...
My friend from church, Sarah, made this cute bunny cake! Her precious mama makes this cake every year and this year Sarah wanted to try her hand at it for her family and to keep up the family tradition. Isn't it adorable?
Just gotta show you my adorable apron my friend Vicky made for me!
Look at the bottom of the apron? Love the bottom of the apron...
Yep, this is tile...like the kind you buy to make a backsplash...found this pretty shape and color for 25 cents each...Decided it would be cute to use as a Coaster....slap some felt on the back and wala!
I decided to have just a couple of ladies over for an Easter brunch and I decided this at the last minute...which is so not me! I don't normally do things on the spur of the moment so I felt quite sure this was a God thing! I fixed us a little Ham quiche...
A Potato and cheese casserole and a sauage and cheese casserole.
Heavenly Hash Salad
Chocolate Chip Cookies
And I got to use my ceramic place cards. (Thanks again Ginger)
Meet my 3 guests....one on the left is a co/bible study teacher, friend for a long time and Georgia Bulldog buddy. In the middle is my sister. On the right is a long time friend that we go back many moons.
They weren't here long and God's plan was revealed. Though we all know these things already it was nice to be able to share.
Tanyia on the left is caregiver for her father. Elaine on the far right is a caregiver for her sister and my sister and I cared for our elderly grandparents for many years....We all could relate in some way or another the ups and downs, the good times and bad times, the crying and the laughing of caregiving. AMAZING at how our Lord knows what we need when we need it! We just needed to be able to share and be encouragers.
My guests carried home a simple little treat to remind them of Easter and that we can rejoice in friendship...
And Elaine brought me these lovely flowers that now sit in my kitchen window.
I hope you have enjoyed my Tuesday Toots!
Hugs and blessings, Cindy