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PALASASA Pleased as Punch Birthday Cake Toppers Glod glitter letters"happy birthday "and love star,Party decor Decorations,Set of 7 by PALASASA

  • Includes: 6 gold glitter love star, 1 Gold Glitter "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"...
  • Material: Glitter EVA and wood sticks
  • "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" is approximately 4.1"×5.8". Paper rod is 4.2".


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All About Details Pink 50-&-astounding Cake Topper by All About Details

  • - Handmade; 3 layers of 80lb glittered cardstock, 90lb shimmer...
  • - 2 food safe wood sticks that can easily set on your prefer height
  • - Complimenting All About Details cupcake wrappers are available to...


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We understand the risk of purchasing item online. AAD is transparent in providing product information/description to help our customers in their purchasing decision. Below is a list of important factors that (we believe) you need to consider in finalizing this order. MATERIALS: AAD cake topper is made up of 3-layer cardstock. Cardstock is a paper stock that is thicker and more durable than normal writing or printing paper. It is thinner and more flexible than other forms of paperboard. Glittered cardstock is the accent cardstock in every AAD cake topper. This glittered cardstock securely holds the glitters as it is laminated which makes it food safe. Due to the quality of this glittered cardstock, we need to use a spray adhesive. The 3-layer cardstock provides thickness to hold the intricate design of the topper. The food-safe wood sticks can be adjusted with scissor depending on your cake's thickness. PROCESS: Each cardstock is run in die-cut machine for its intricate design. On the 3rd layer cardstock, wood sticks are fastened with glue. The 3rd layer with wood stick are set aside for drying time. Spray adhesive are applied in the other layers of cardstock. All the materials are carefully assembled in reference of the product's final dimension. Please take note that each topper is uniquely made as it is manually assembled. Another more minutes are required for drying process. Once dried, Quality Personnel carefully checked the item and approved for packaging. PACKAGING: Each topper is packed with chipboard to ensure product's excellent condition against shipping process. It is packed in a transparent plastic so customers will have a clear look on the item while it's still sealed. The other side of the packaging is the product's label with product description and tips on product handling/usage. If you have further questions regarding this product, feel free to send us message and our customer service department will be happy to assist you.

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Let's Talk Food: Birthday cake good enough to enjoy all year - Naples Daily News

Sir Walter Scott wrote: “ ’Tis thou birthday. It is difficult to understand why many of us choose to ignore birthdays and find them painful and agonizing. George Sand, the famed French feminist writer of the 18th century, spent her 50th birthday weeping and grieving as she threw herself on the rocks along the coast of Brittany. I, on the other hand, enjoy every moment of my birthday. I shower myself with gifts, scarf down generous slices of a birthday cake, laugh at the birthday cards and sometimes celebrate for several days, since a single day will not suffice. The best part of birthdays is the cake. I take a moment to thank the Greeks, who originated the celebration of birthdays with a cake. These ancients created round or moon-shaped honey cakes or bread, which they took to the temple of Artemis, the Goddess of the Moon. Other historians credit the Germans with creating sweetened bread dough in the shape of baby Jesus in swaddling clothes as part of the Christmas celebration. Later, they began using a similar recipe to commemorate children’s birthdays for Kinder fest and later a sweeter layer cake which was called Geburstagorten. Over the years, the birthday cake has evolved into many shapes, sizes and flavors. It is usually decorated with the person’s name along with a congratulatory message. The ritual of adding candles goes back to ancient times when the cake was round, signifying the moon and placing candles on the cake to make the cake glow like the moon. As for the birthday card: They’ve come a long way, baby. The greeting card industry has taken full advantage of birthdays and sells millions every year. It is no surprise that the ancient Chinese began the tradition of sending goodwill message on a New Year. The clever Egyptians created papyrus scrolls to convey messages of congratulations to family and friends. During the 1400s German artists introduced handmade paper greeting cards using woodcuts. It wasn’t until 1856 that greeting cards became a part of our American culture. Louis Prange, a German immigrant in Boston, owned a small printing business and inspired by the greeting cards of his German forbearers, began publishing colorful Christmas cards. Eventually, he included birthday cards. By the 1950s, humor was included in the cards and greeting cards for almost every occasion became commonplace. And nothing has ever interfered with the enthusiastic renditions of the “Happy Birthday” song. The song began as a greeting to school children and was first introduced as a song called “Good Morning to All. ” Two teachers, Patty Hill and Mildred Hill, introduced the morning greeting in 1893 and it was quickly adopted as the official birthday song. FRESH COCONUT CAKE. 1 large coconut*. ¼ pound plus 4 tablespoons butter. 1-3/4 cups sugar. 2-3/4 cups all-purpose flour. 2-1/2 teaspoons baking powder. ½ teaspoon salt. 2 tablespoons fresh orange juice. ½ teaspoon coconut extract. 2 teaspoons finely grated orange rind. ¾ teaspoon vanilla. ½ cup plus 1 tablespoon confectioners’ sugar. 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened. 1 to 2 teaspoons Grand Marnier. 1 teaspoon finely grated orange rind. 2-2/3 cups confectioners’ sugar. ¼ pound unsalted butter, softened. 2 teaspoons Grand Marnier. Split coconut, reserving inner liquid. Using vegetable peeler, peel “curls” from white interior of coconut. Break coconut halves in smaller pieces with a hammer. In food processor, coarsely grate 1 cup of coconut. * In a small bowl combine grated coconut and milk and set aside. In a large bowl combine butter and sugar. In medium bowl sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Strain reserved liquid from coconut and add enough water to measure 1 cup. In another smaller bowl, combine coconut, water mixture, orange juice, coconut extract, orange rind and vanilla. Add a third of flour mixture to butter mixture, Blend well. Stir in a third of coconut mixtures. Repeat with remaining flour and coconut mixtures. Divide batter between 2 well-greased and floured 9-inch round cake pans. Bake in a preheated 375-dgree oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until cake tester comes out clean. Source:

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  • Let's Talk Food: Birthday cake good enough to enjoy all year

    03/22/17 ,via Naples Daily News

    George Sand, the famed French feminist writer of the 18th century, spent her 50th birthday weeping and grieving as she threw herself on the rocks along the coast of Brittany. I, on the other hand, . Decorate top with reserved coconut “curls.” Serves

  • John Barrowman shows off new look at topless 50th birthday party

    03/15/17 ,via PinkNews

    Posting to Facebook, he wrote: “On March 11th it's my Big Birthday! “I wanted to see what I look like with my natural hair color. “I shaved all the color off on Thursday. What do ya think? JB”. The long dark locks have gone, and a very striking short

  • Which BFF was missing at Cynthia Bailey's 50th birthday party? #50Cyn

    03/13/17 ,via Rolling Out

    Whoever was in charge of the decor did an amazing job with the royal blue accented curtains, dessert table decorations, and the most beautiful cake with a perfect Cynthia Bailey doll centered on top covered in a regal royal blue dress. The desserts



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