Birthday in a Box

Birthday in a Box is designed for an inclusive treat for children's kindy, school or birthday celebration. So you also don't feel left out, this box is great for your work place treat as well.  Each box comes with a minimum of 30 mini cupcakes and a candle.  Each cupcake is topped off with a small fondant topper which is themed to whatever takes your little or not so little person's fancy.  It all comes together beautifully presented in sturdy cupcake box.  The word on the ground from a special little man who's Birthday in a Box is pictured below is that these were a huge hit. Something that even the teachers are still talking about.

These box's start from $40.00 for the 30 Mini Cupcake in a Box. 

*Each box is labeled with a list of ingredients which is an all important feature for most settings today. 

Queensland Police PSBA Goes Virtual.

Yesterday saw the launch of the Queensland Police Public Safety Business Agency  Virtual Library.
The library department didn't have their new logo as yet, so I had to put my photoshop skills to the test and change it from this to that.

 The other first for me was the use of edible images.  This has been on my radar for some time and was really happy with the results.  Mardi over at Sugarbug Edible Images did an amazing job with reproducing the logo for the cake. Mardi's cookies are beautiful.

Branded cupcakes or cake are a fantastic way to celebrate your companies success, launch or a standout events.  As with all my products, I bake fresh from scratch and can accommodate orders from a few as a dozen to whatever your company requires.

Happy 2nd Birthday Ava & Connor

 'Farm Yard' was the theme for the twins 2nd birthday party and its all about cake.  Well at least for the twins.  When they hear the name Grandma, Ava immediately say's "Grandma cake". Once she arrives at our home and she's done her 'I'm so shy' routine for about 5 seconds, its straight to my side, takes my hand and leads me to the kitchen in search of cake.  I do digress but they are pretty darn cute.  
Back to the party now.  As always Cait excels herself in the party throwing.  This year was no exception.  The day came complete with their very own John Deere cardboard tractor, piggy bean bag toss,  hay bale horsy, and everyone dressed up for their day on the 'farm'.
Can you believe that the rocks on Connor's cake are chocolate!  

Thanks to Maddie (12) once again for helping out with the cake.  She made the animals for her nieces cake.

I just can't believe they're 2 already.  The great thing about this week is that I get to make a cake and matching cupcakes like Connor's all over again for a very special little boy who's turning 5!