Saturday, March 14, 2009

Primitive Baking Day

Today I decided I was going to bake a cake......a primitive pantry cake that is. I found an old miniature copper mold at the TS that was perfect for my little creation, so I mixed up my primitive recipe, baked it, iced it, and here is the result. It looks good enough to eat.

I have also been working on a stitchery today that I plan to make into a wall hanging. I hope to have it finished soon and will post a photo when finished.


Downriver Primitives said...

Mmmm looks good enough to eat! What did you use for the icing? wax, white glue stick?

We are on the same wavelength again, lol. I am also working on a stitchery that I want to turn into a wall hanging, lol. It's a free beehive pattern by Homeberries. I can't wait to see yours.

Patti said...

The icing was made by combining equal amounts of white craft paint and white craft glue, then I added a few drops of water until it was the right consistency for drizzling.

Kath said...

Love it!
I so want to make some...I can't bake worth a darn when it comes to "real" food, so maybe I bake something "faux"?? :)
Where did you find the recipe?

Have a wonderful day,
Happy St. Patricks day!