Saturday, April 24, 2010

Tres Leche Cake...Shabby Roses...and vintage "Bebe" slips......

Picked up two sweet little "Bebe" slips for mixed media ....Love when I can find these and not have to pay and arm and a leg for them... and some trims...isn't she cute!...I'll use her somewhere...
Perfecting my shabby roses this afternoon..
Made a couple pins....



The more you do these...the better you get...I think!



Tres Leche Cake...(Three milk cake)...
Seriously Ooh-la-la...
My first try....will be a favorite!
Recipe was on "Oak Cottage Recipes" site....
Thanks Oak Cottage!


My Saturday ...so far....
Having a good one?
xoxo~Kathy


36 comments:

  1. The cake looks delicious and the flowers beautiful. How do you make the flowers? It looks like you're having a good weekend.I'd better get busy.

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  2. My friend makes a tres leche cake that's to die for! This one looks pretty good, too!

    =)

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  3. I love your new header...you are very talented, kiddo. The roses are beautiful...
    now...could you fed-ex a piece of that cake on over..
    thanks..
    glenda

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  4. Your roses are so pretty. Yes, my weekend is good, so much better than the last few! I even took Bentley for a short walk...it is beautiful out!
    Hope the rest of your weekend is fantastic.

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  5. Yummie yummie...........nice cake!! .....

    Happy sunny sunday .........blessings and hugs from Ria

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  6. Hi Kathy! Oh, how sweet is that little baby slip! You know, I have a little slip and dress almost like this that was mine! I was that tiny one time...can you believe it? :)
    Your shabby roses are so pretty! You are so good at this.
    Now the cake looks scrumptious! Yum. Have a wonderful Sunday.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  7. i don't know which of the three was the sweetest!

    do know i could dive into that cake. :)

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  8. Hi Kathy! Love your post today because I too love Baby slips and gowns AND found a few today at an estate auction which I will have to share on my next post...and I LOVE LOVE LOVE your fabric roses and have sent you and email request and the cake looks fabulous so I will have to jump over to the site and get that recipe! Thanks for a great post. Have a wonderful rest of the weekend.
    deb

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  9. Kathy darlin ~ those rose pins are to die for BEEEEEEEEEEEautiful!
    Oh La La!!!!! you are so talented!

    That cake looks yummy! I am off to look up the recipe! Thanks for sharing!

    Happy Saturday sweetpea!
    Warm hugz on this rainy day
    xxoo
    Dolly

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  10. MMMMM that cake looks delicious, and your sweet, shabby roses are beautiful!

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  11. mmmmm.....I've made Tres Leche Cake before...yum yum!! Looks good! :D Have a happy weekend!
    Betsy...
    A Day In The Life......

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  12. Oh Kathy, I ADORE your sweet little roses. You make the prettiest, sweetest most adorable "little thangs" (got that word from the South lol)
    That cake looks amazing... thought I would find the recipe... I'll go find it at Oak Cottage recipes... when I come up for air.
    I found some awesome "stuff" also yesterday at my goodwill and consignment shops. Oh how I need a bigger house lol
    Hope you and hubby are having good days.
    Love Claudie
    xooxoxo

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  13. So many pretties and the cake looks so yummy!
    Debby

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  14. My favorite cake ever! The picture is fabulous. Now I want to make it! Your shabby rose pins are beautiful - just like everything that you do!

    Vicki

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  15. Hi Kathy! I found your blog through another follower and I have to say in the few minutes I've been here I have already fallen in love. Your blog oozes beauty and femininity and I love it! I think I can find some inspiration here. Blessings!

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  16. You have had a triple winning day. Love the slips, roses and Oh Yummy cake! Happy creating...

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  17. Hi Kathy.....The roses are really pretty and you can use them in different ways. The cake looks so yummy!~Patti

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  18. Making something creative and eating cake too? Life doesn't get much better than that!

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  19. Hi Kathy ~ Followed you over from the English Kitchen.....Love your blog! I'm an up-north gal myself, though in a different state. I agree with your profile; there aren't enough hours in the day for all that I want to do in life! Come vist me.
    xx P&H

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  20. So glad you enjoyed the cake Kathy!! It looks like it turned out fabulous! I just LOVE LOVE your rose pins!! How very pretty! And those baby slips, can't wait to see what you do with those! xxoo

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  21. Hi Kathy,
    I'm going to have to try that cake - it looks delicious. We had a very nice Saturday. It was pretty here with the sun shining, a little cool but not bad. Rain though for the next three days...oh well. Love your ribbon flowers.

    Hugs,
    Teacup Lane (Sandy)

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  22. I love the beautiful roses you have been making. I think you have really perfected them!

    I need to go and look into that cake now...looks delicious!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

    PS Your new header is gorgeous!

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  23. That little baby slip looks just like the one that went under my little baptismal gown. Such delicate work, this has made me want to take mine out to enjoy it.

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  24. Beautiful finds! I love those roses of yours. Simply stunning. xo m.

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  25. I love those roses, Kathy!

    xo
    Claudia

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  26. ♥ Bonjour Kathy!! Thanks to you to have visiting "l'atelier Flont". Love the rose material, so finely made. Au plaisir de vous revoir bientôt. Hélène ♥

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  27. Had to work this weekend, but your blog pics always cheer me up and make me feel inspired! Have a great weekxxxxxxxx

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  28. Your roses are stunning! And that cake! I wanted to reach into the computer and eat it! xxoo

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  29. Wow, that looks delicious! Right here at suppertime too!
    Brenda

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  30. Hi Kathy,
    sounds like a good Saturday to me. That cake looks like it is to die for!! ummmmmm!
    Your roses are so pretty, and those lil Bebe
    slips are so adorable. I haven't seen anything like that since I was a kid. Can't wait to see what you will come up with next.
    Love your new header, course I loved the old one too!! lol
    Have a great week my friend,
    Blessings, Nellie
    Thanks for praying for my friend, they don't know much more at this point accept it is non
    hodgekins stomach Lymphoma, but they still don't know what stage. Hoepfully they will hear tomorrow, it has been 11 agonizing days already.

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  31. Those roses are fabulous! I want to learn how to make them and the slips are beautiful as well.

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  32. Love the cameo silhouette, Kathy! Your roses are to die for ... you create beautifully.

    I love the pictures of the kid-lings... they are all so beautiful ...

    Hope your hubby is doing better ...

    Have a beautiful week.
    TTFN ~Hugs in love, Marydon

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  33. Kathy, thank you soooo much for the great tutorial!!!! You are so kind to pass on your knowledge. I have never tried the roses but I will and soon. Thanks again,
    Sharon

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  34. This is a wonderful tutorial Kathy, I am looking all over the internet for this kinds of things, so as to make gifts and better decorations for those around me. Thank you very much, Vanessa.

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Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with me...I am always encouraged by your kind expressions and thoughtful comments....Know that you are loved....xoxo Kathy.