Hello! So we have a couple of very cute, children's collections. The first is Life Is Tweet. It is so-o-o cute! With whimsical birds and trees, cute bugs, swirls, bubbly dots, & crowns – it appeals to every little princess for nurseries, bedrooms, & dresses. Designed by Stephanie Marrott for Wilmington Prints. It has a very sweet panel and border stripe. You can find the project sheet from Wilmington here or you can create your own masterpiece.
|Life Is Tweet|
Next, is Bungle Jungle. I love this one. You can get crafty with a whole herd of cute critters and they won't bite. This collection has lots of fun prints. I especially like the dashed stationary print. I even remember learning to write my letters on that paper, so did my children. Tim and Beck are new designers for Moda and this is their premier collection. Who doesn't love parachuting monkeys or elephants on parade?
And finally........the Key Lime Cupcake with Key Lime Curd! What a refreshing way to wrap up summer. I have to admit, I'm not a fan of lime, but these were pretty darn good! I know I say that A LOT, but this Cupcake Sunday experience has forced me to open my palette to more than just chocolate ( I feel like a traitor for even saying it). This cupcake is from Cupcake Wars Spiderman Episode and is courtesy of Rebecca Grammer-Ybarra of Suite 106 Cupcakery. I think they have won Cupcake Wars twice. We were not able to get into the fancy decorations like they did. I know Daughter #2 would like to. She has asked if we can start working with fondant - yikes! It was late before we got started. Almost every grocery store within 10 miles was out of key limes. I see them there all the time. Of course, when we need them, they are out :( I finally found them at Sunflower Market. I felt bad because this recipe was kind of time consuming (or maybe it was just us) and she didn't get into bed until after 10:00 on a school night. Daughter #2 likes to do most of the work herself and zesting a dozen limes takes time. You need the lime zest for the batter, curd filling and the frosting and they are so tiny compared to a regular lime. It was wearing me out watching. They were delightful though. The key lime cream cheese frosting was yummy and so was the key lime curd filling. Although we did not use the 2 cups of pop rocks candy in the curd. The only place around here that has pop rocks is Party City. They are $1 for a tiny envelope and I wasn't willing to spend $50 on pop rocks to make the 2 cups! I really don't think we missed them anyway. If you like key lime, you will really enjoy these cupcakes!
|Key Lime Cupcake with Key Lime Curd|