Sweet Frosted Sixteen:
We have a long history of silly frosted birthday cakes....but perhaps, like the napkins, we are dwindling down to the end times.
The sixteen years-ancient birthday celebrant was flummoxed as to what to select for his cake image this year.
(His recently turned twelve year old brother was too cool for the whole enterprise. To be clear: not too cool for colored frosting...just too cool for pictures made of colored frosting.)
Somehow at the very last minute, we arrived at the cute-beheld-spectacled cat image for the Sixteenth.
I can’t explain it’s significance, but I can only observe that it says something to him.
He’s not much into cats, real or imaginary, so that’s definitely not the answer to the mystery.
At any rate, it was an easier frosting project than, say a particular Dark Souls character wearing a certain kind of armor, sitting in front of a bonfire, or three characters from Skylanders, or the Predator riding on Godzilla, just to name a few.
I have included the original image for reference. I did change the glasses from black to acid green because, while looking cool, black frosting can be a bummer to eat and to clean off the couch after the 14 teenagers have left.
I apologize that the original cat image is uncredited. We don’t know where it came from, and Google has been unforthcoming. If you know, please do share.
Someone once contacted me to ask if they could reproduce our napkin of Princess Leia riding a Tyrannosaurus Rex in the frosting of a birthday cake for their four year old daughter...to which of course I said: absolutely!
So certainly we like to give credit where credit is due... though of course I don’t feel the need to be credited for the birthday cakes of small children. But it was amusing to be asked for permission. Sorry, again, I do not have an image of the cake handy.