Finally after 3 months my application to change the girls last name was approved!!! They are officially Harris' s.
I made a cake and we had a little patry by our selves to celebrate.
May 31, 2013
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May 23, 2013
*needle and thread
*baby doll or stuffed animal
Originally I was going to try to use an old GJ Tube..
DO NOT try cutting it shorter. The balloon wont hold water after you cut it.
Draw a dot where you want to make a hole in the baby dolls fabric.
poke a hole in the dot you drew and pull it bigger with tweezers
Sew around the hole to prevent the g tube balloon from stretching the fabric
Cut a hole/line in the baby doll neck..
try to make the hole as far down as you can get it
sew the posey together so your little one cant rip it out
May 14, 2013
*Two colors of streamers
* Measuring tape
Measure how long you need the streamers to be in this case 46', then measure how much of that is the ceiling to the wall 14'. Then cut each streamer to that length marking the distance from the ceiling to the wall so you know where to tape to the wall/ceiling corner.
After all the streamers are taped to the ceiling tape the bottom to the floor. The streamers stay straighter if you stretch them to the floor and tape them.
Hang rope and then tie balloons, tissue pom poms ect across it.
Hailey and I left home wensday afternoon for her EEG in victoria. We got there around 7:30 and since I was supose to keep her up late and wake her up early so she could be sleep deprived for her EEG, we stopped at the new target. Where this little monkey would find "beds" all over the store.
*Wilton Giant Cupcake pan
*Shorting and flower
*2 boxes of cake mix
*2-3 containers of icing
* Fountain (Optional)
1st Cover the giant cake pan in shortening, make sure to get all the creases good.
Then sprinkle flour lightly over the shortening.
Measure: 2 cups of cake mix for the top half of the cupcake
& 3 1/2 cups for the bottom
Cook on 325 for an hour(till tooth pick comes clean) and
turn around half way through to make sure cake cooks evenly
Let it cool in pan for 15 mins, then completely on a cooling grid.
After the cake is completely cool you want to take a serrated knife
and make the centre of the top and bottom level.
I choose to Fountain the bottom half of the cupacke and use a little bit of icing
in the middle of the two pieces to hold them together but you could also
Ice the bottom of the cupcake and then put a small amount of icing between the layers to hold them together
Cover the top in a small amount of icing in the color you want to decorate with,
to cover any small places you might accidently miss.
Starting from the bottom going up apply icing in a circular motion.