Thursday, February 19, 2009

Young Women's, Revisited.

About a month ago I got a phone call from one of the Laurels in my ward. She asked if I would teach a cake decorating class in February. I said I'd be glad to.
A couple of weeks later I broke my wrist.

I called the YW president and said, "Here's the thing..."

"I'll still teach the class. I can bring the supplies and the frosting for decorating...."

"...but I'm gonna need some help."

So, I brought my supplies. And the frosting. A couple of the girls helped mix in the colors, and put the frosting in the bags, and screwed the tips on....I gave a brief (very brief) demonstration of what to do with the different tips, the girls frosted the cakes that they had brought, then the decorating commenced.

I think they did just fine. One or two were exceptional and as for the rest...they had fun with it. One of the best things about this activity for me (besides hanging out with the girls) was the fact that I didn't buy one thing for it. I had everything...plenty of bags, tips, couplers, gel colors and powdered frosting.


m_perfect said...

Pretty Cool! Nest time I see you I need to get some of that frosting!

Keira said...

You're right. Some of them were exceptional...I think I'd be one of the other kind.

Julie said...

I didn't know you did cake decorating! I love it! sorry about your wrist - such a bummer - but I love your custom slings!