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Monday, February 14, 2011

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Jean Sheards

They look great, Sarah. I have found that if you make the buttercream icing a little stiffer and let them set up in the refrigerator for about 30 min., they see to dip a little easier. Also, I used a little shortening in the chocolate to thin it out.

Your's look so pretty!

Happy Valentine's Day!
Jean Sheard

victoria

How sweet!! Your mom mentioned that you were making these so I'm glad you posted pictures so I could see what they look like. I have no doubt your family will enjoy them.

Victoria

brenda perdue

Sarah
your cakes on a stick looked sooooo good. You are one talented youn woman.
Talked to your Grannie yesterday,she called to wish me Happy Birthday. I just love her so much and you all are so lucky to have her.
Take care and we love you all.

Granny

Just saw your cakes, Sarah. They look so pretty! Like I said, you are "something else." They look too pretty to eat. I would just sit and look at them. ;-) Keep up the good work.

Dorothy

They look yummy! Maybe it's time to start a side-bar store, too. ;-) I'd buy them!!!!

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