Sunday, May 2, 2010

Speaking of rainbows....


My, are they delicious! This weekend was full of birthday celebrations. Saturday for me (and a fabulous lunch here) and Sunday a belated party for Theo who turned 12 last week (complete with flag football, pizza and poker). Let's just say there was no shortage of goodness around here but we are all wiped out and heading to bed early tonight. Sweet dreams and I'll see you tomorrow....

9 comments:

rachel awes said...

happy birthday dear one!!
&
oh my gosh!
i,
very recently,
printed
a photo that was
almost
this exact one,
thinking of my upcoming
may birthday,
& put it in my inspiration folder
& now i find myself
rainbow birthday cake bonded
with YOU!
what a delicious intersection.
this world is so small & beautiful.
best beautiful scrumptious layers to you. xox

lillalotta said...

Many (belated) congratulations! The cake looks amazing! Joy!

justagirl said...

Happy Birthday Beth (and Theo)... it sounds like you guys had a wonderful day. I just love love love the cake!!! x

the nest said...

Happy Birthday to you both, Beth & Theo!!! Twelve?!

What an amazing cake! Mmmm...

chrissy said...

happy happy birthday dear beth and theo!
(what a great name!)
i LOVE the latest art work you came up with.
i especially love the extra crumbs left heaped upon the plate.
(i loved the idea of this cake and think it.s wonderful that you attempted it!)
hope you had the best of birthdays....
all my love to you dear friend.
xoxo
c

Leililaloo said...

Happy happy birthday!!! That cake looks spectacular!!!

artslice said...

What an adorable cake!! Happy Birthday to your son. I may have to ask you for the method to the rainbow. So cool.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

I LOVE this cake. It must have been difficult.

tangled sky studio said...

the cake was easy-peasy:
two boxed white cake mixes( prepared according to directions)...divide into six bowls and add 4-6 drops concentrated gel food coloring to each (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple)...bake each layer individually in a 8 or 9" WELL GREASED pan (12-15 min)...then assemble and enjoy!

i found the cake by blog hopping from cu;*ti*vate to "stacks of style" to meg she also had a great frosting recipe : http://megduerksen.typepad.com/whatever/2009/05/happiness-is.html