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April 20, 2017

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Wendy

That cake could not be cuter! I love it.

Kathi Kittle

So adorable! I have a 5-year old granddaughter...we'll have to try it next year! Thanks for all the great ideas and tips on your blog!

Helen storer

I made a black forest torte with the 3 1/2 year old grand daughter as it was my eldest so s 26 th birthday. It was a little wonky as Miss Jasmine kept taking chunks of cake as I was assembling it. Great fun though and everyone ate the lopsided cake. They fo bring us joy!

Suz Kuhns

that's adorable and the best part is that Eva could help!

Sherry V.

That is terrific!

Barbara Anne

Sweet idea, sweet fun together, and - definitely - sweet, yummy cake!

DH love stale Peeps - go figure!

Hugs

Mary Kastner

Very cute!

Hildy

It's looks really great and like a perfect Easter cake!

Jan

What a cute Easter cake! Great idea to incorporate patterns in the decorating! I can't say it enough...Eva is so fortunate to have so many learning experiences in her life!

ina

patterns? #futurequilter ;p

Mary

What a great gramma you are! My teeth are singing just looking at this, but I love that you were more concerned about Eva helping. Just adorable and what a fun project. I hope she always remembers this day with you.

Anita

Love how your cake turned out! If you want to make another sweet treat you can use the peeps to make rice Krispy treats. It's super easy and tasty when you use the flavored peeps, you can even layer them for cool color combos. Just in case you didn't go into a sugar coma already :)

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