My 2015 Threadcakes entry – Sharkbro by Tony Riff. Picking a design was kind of double hard this year. I knew nothing would ever measure up to Ralph, but I love Threadcakes so I wanted to do it anyways. As always I wanted to pick something that would challenge me and I fell in love
For Archers first birthday I got to make him a smash cake. Free rein on colours, so I decided to make it as sunny and bright as the birthday boy himself. A yellow and orange ombre smash cake it was. I love adding liberal amounts of buttercream on smash cakes so they can get nice
It all started when Archer’s aunty Coco got him a super cool monster mobile for his arrival. We used that for the theme of the baby shower. Complete with a monster cookie, cookie bar! Inside each invitation we also included a recipe card for the attendees to write out their favorite cookie recipe. I secretly hope that
While searching and testing different ways to bake the perfect sugar cookie I have found a few tricks. The first is to combine two ways of rolling out the dough. After mixing the dough, I wrap the disks in plastic wrap and place them in the fridge, but only for a maximum of 20 minutes.
My best friend Danielle was getting married, and as Maid of Honour I wanted to throw her the best bridal shower and staggette I could. With the help from the other bridesmaids, Mariah Meyers and Bethany Farnell, we planned two events that would happen on one weekend we hoped Danielle would love. Lots of ideas
In honor of little Miss P’s first birthday, I thought I would share some photos from her baby shower. It is very hard for me to believe this was over a year ago already. It started with the invitations, for which I drew inspiration from the sweet nursery that Coco had put together for her baby girl.
I love being a part of weddings so I was thrilled when Don and Louise called me and asked if I would decorate their wedding. I was a little overwhelmed tho, so I asked my wonderful and talented cousin, Nicole to help me on this project. We couldn’t have asked for better clients. Don and Louise
After four years of doing business as Freshly Squeez’d I have finally re done my website. I know you’re thinking how does a web and graphic designer not have her own website? Well as they say “the plumber’s toilet is always broken”. My clients are always my first priority so making time to finish my