Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Hobbies' started by zatsdeb, Nov 20, 2008.
Those are ADORABLE! How did you get WalMart to market them and how did you get an ingredient lable? Why don't you live in Seattle? What do these cakes sell for and what flavors are they? Have you ever thought of shipping or would they not survive? I wonder if you could freeze then ship? Poke them on all sides with toothpicks so they wouldn't bump the sides of the box? Sorry for a million questions, you have me craving chocolate cake and icing!!!
its a new cake they made, the tinkerbell is the one they show to make, they sell for $5.88 each, and I can't just make the "suggested styles" I have to expand on that!
every walmart should be making the basic tinkerbell and spiderman ones, but my walmart lets me do whatever I want as long as it fits in the domes, and is family orientated.
I am a freelance cartoonist and my favorite classes in school were art, ceramics, and playing with playdough.
I still do all 3.
Those are all fantastic, but I have to say I just love that cat!!! Those are great!
I really love that chicken, too! I would buy both!
Ohhhhhh I soo do wished you worked at my Wal-Mart, I would LOVE to have one of those Turkey or Chickens cakes for Sunday!!
maybe if you printed a picture of the turkey and take it to a walmart decorator they could do it, it is only their petite cakes and chocolate icing!
I wish I could go around and share ideas with other walmart decorators! I know there are a lot of people who do cakes at home, but I like to think I can get neat cakes to people who can't afford a big fancy expensive cute cake!!!
Love it, just adorable!
LOL!!! Those are sooooooooooo absolutely adorable, cute, awesome, super fantastic!!!!! LOVE THEM!!!!!
Those cakes ROCK!! I love the turkey and the chicken one.