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Posie Gets Cozy // Alicia Paulson baked herself a birthday cake. I don't really craft, and yet I adore her. The only craft blog I read. She makes me want to cross-stitch. (Which, actually, I used to do as a child and in my early teens.)

i LOVE how moody this pic is...and how the form of the cake flows into the stand. amazing.

Made this for a friend's engagement party..... so delicious! Make sure to have three inch high pans though instead of two (otherwise it will overflow) or make four layers instead of three. Also, allow time for the frosting to soften before frosting. (i always forget that!)

katep what if this was funfetti and a rainbow cake. what would you do?

So THAT'S how they do it. I need to get some of the tips she mentions.

absolutely beautiful Valentine's cookies...can't believe how much work these must take but true works of art

In a large bowl, beat butter and cream cheese at medium speed with an electric mixer until smooth. Add strawberry puree and strawberry extract, beating until combined. Gradually add confectioners' sugar, beating until a smooth and spreadable consistency is reached

Blackberry Buttercream Frosting 1 c unsalted butter, room temperature ½ c seedless blackberry jam 4-6 cups powdered sugar Beat butter and jam with electric mixer with paddle attachment. Cream until well incorporated, bout two minutes. Gradually add powdered sugar until you reach the desired consistency.