Thursday, October 29, 2009

NO more cupcakes!

Happy Thursday :)
It's a good day! Nice semi-warm, sunny day! and cupcake free! Yea!

This is how I spend my entire Wednesday from noon until midnight! 64 Cupcakes! decorated and individually wrapped!
Yes! You read that right! I had to individually wrap all 64 for the bake sale! If I would have known that at the beginning of our discussion for last minute help, I would have shied away! LOL! That was the hardest part of the whole deal!
I don't want to see another cupcake for a very looooooong time!!!
... unless someone else is making them ;) hee, hee!!!

While the yummy cakes were baking and cooling off...
I had this lovely mess to sort out :)

Yes! I cheated! LOL!
DH bought me some cute Halloween ziplock bags and I created these lil tags using The Greeting Farm's Spooktacular Stamp Set!

I had to keep the images neutral and boyish... Nicky didn't want to hand out anything girl-y, lol!
I guess it helps that out of 23 kids in his class only 9 are girls! Almost all the Kindergarten classes are like that! There must've been something in the water around here in 2002/2003 were there was a baby-boy-boom! ;)
Thanks for stopping by!
I be back in the TGIF morning with a quick butterfly card that I created in the middle of all this chaos ;)
And I still have to show y'all Nicky's teacher's Halloween gift! So stay tuned for this weekend's Halloween Blog Hop being hosted by my lil sis, Sarabeth of Scrap Happie :)
See you then :*)
Tag Details:
Paper(s): Papertrey Ink White CS
Stamp(s): The Greeting Farm Spooktacular Rubber Stamp Set
Ink(s): Memento Tuxedo Black Ink; Copics; Copic Atyou Spica Glitter Markers
Accessories: Scallop Square Punch; Recollectons Halloween Star Stickers; Halloween themed Ziplock bags; Michael's Halloween Black Ribbon


Dragonlady said...

Hi there,

Any cupcakes left?

Ali x

Gabby said...

OH MY WORD YOU ARE NUTS! I would have died! I still hafta finish some treat boxes for my kindergartner! WHAT WAS I THINKING! No cupcakes here though...but lotsa coloring to do! OUCH! To think I STILL have to finish off my 13 year old DD's costume! Us mommies rock though!!!

Yvette said...

Oh wow! That looks like a LOT of work! The cupcakes look yummy though. :D

Jodi said...

OMG, you were sooo busy! I think you made some super cute treats for the kids, and how cool that you were able to make them with stamps from the greeting farm.
Jodi =)

Sparkle said...

Wow, thats alot of baking! But your son's treats and tags are just adorable. I was in a kindy class of 24 and we only had 4 girls. None of the girls showed up for my bday party that year. I'll never forget my 6th birthday at McDonald's with 20 boys, lol.

susy said...

what a good Mum you are.
Can I come over for afternoon tea?

Tammi said...

Wow Margie, your awesome!! Wish we'd had more mom's like you when I was a homeroom mom. The kids will love these! Have you been listening to the New Moon soundtrack? Any favs?

Monica said...

They are awesome Margie! At least all I have to do is buy the hamburgers and buns. We are getting the men at the school to grill them! I left something for you on my blog :)

cupcake studio said...

Wow! ALL of those cupcakes are just darling!

Cheri said...

Don't ya just love how those "calls for help" turn into major projects? :) I told the drama teacher that I would sew a couple of costumes for the school play, and too many of the 'actors' couldn't fit into the costumes she already had (either too big or too small) so I ended up with a lot more costumes to make. I'm going to do it again this year - I must be nuts!
Glad to see you on the hop.

Cheryl said...

Wow, Margie. Nicely done!

Anonymous said...

holy moly-you are most definitely a crazy bird!!!

mandy said...

No point in asking for a cup cake !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
best wishes mandy

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