We are looking back at August and September 2013.
Wow... these 2 months were filled with baking and sweets - lots of it!
I've always wanted to learn new skills and techniques so I joined a Wilton class at my local craft store. I enjoyed every bit of it and was able to apply what I learned thereafter.
Isn't the hydrangea cake beautiful? I bought a small round icing tip and tried my hand in making dainty "lace."
The rose cupcakes were for my little friends' tea party. It's caramel cake with light butter icing.
The green cake on the bottom is Pandan chiffon cake that I made for a sweet 16 birthday celebrant. The topper is handmade from polymer clay.
These are some of the handmade cards I made: for an infant, a girl, and an adult lady. I'm running our of ideas, here. LOL. The heart pendant is for one of the girls at church whom we find so friendly, kind and sweet. She always greets and chats with us after the service. Oh, she won an award this year for having the most "stickers" in class.
It was in September when the Houston polymer clay guild hosted the Lone Star Retreat. Wow, I had fun meeting and being in one room with creative polymer clay folks. My beaded polymer clay pendant necklace won 3rd place in the "Friends and Faux challenge."