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Cut the Rope Cake for Miss E's Belated 8th Birthday Bash

Miss E's birthday is actually October 12th.  Given that October was a CRAZY month for us we moved out celebrating her party to this weekend.  She went back and forth on what she wanted for her cake.  She finally decided on a Cut the Rope Cake.


I was able to order online a cake kit that included Om-Nom (the funny green guy), a candy ring and the Cut the Rope sign.  This saved me a bit of time for sure.  My favourite thing about this cake is the "plate" I used.  I had Mr. T buy a 12" x 12" plain white ceramic tile from RONA for $4.00.  I picked up some felt pads and green ribbon from a Dollarama for an additional $2.00.  Glued the ribbon around the sides of the tile and VOILA, a really nice cake plate for $6.00.  Can't beat that!


The cake was a 10" two layer cookies and cream cake covered in butter cream icing and fondant decorations; all to Miss E's specifications.


Hosting a party for 21 kids is not for the weak!  Even though Mr. T and I super exhausted, it was a great time.  Miss. E had a blast and I think the kids did too.  We played some classic games like musical chairs, hot potato, and freeze dance.  The clear favourite was unraveling a roll of toilet paper as fast as you can.  Then later as we had lots of extra rolls, they wrapped themselves up as mummies.


Again this year Miss E asked for a donation instead of a gift.  This year the donations are going to SickKids in honour of her 8th birthday.

Thank you everyone for your support and sharing in celebrating her special day!

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  1. Happy birthday Miss E! It was a fab party. You outdid yourself as always, with the cake and the entertainment.

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