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Old 04-24-2014, 10:04 PM   #1
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I just finished these two orders for Carole's cupcake boxes.

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Nice! Carole will be proud.
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Excellent work! Those look delicious Thanks for sharing these with us.

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Sweeeet......I like the cherry on top idea, never thought of that myself. I see you made one of her bowl designs too. Very nice.
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ThankS!!!!!! The Cherry is a 1/2" round bought from Michaels Crafts. The round has to have a flat spot sanded on the bottom for glueing. The sprinkles are color toothpicks.

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Beautiful and great colors.
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very beautiful.
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Great job, thanks for sharing.
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Nicely done.
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