The Future Farmers of America have chosen a rubber duckie as a fund raiser for the organization. Smart folks! Even better, this one is made in America where rubber toys were made in the 50’s and 60’s before manufacturing overseas became the norm. Thanks Craig Wolfe for bringing duckie-making back […]
This cake is from The Bald Strawberry in Melbourne, Florida. I would love to try their bakery goodies as they are gluten-free. Fingers crossed that there is such as thing as edible and good gluten-free baked goods!
Yes, this is a cake, even the faucet is edible. Made for a baby shower by Pink Cake Box. You must check out the cakes on this site. Quite something!
What a great way to welcome a new baby than with a rubber duckie cake! Even the umbrella is made of fondant. Excellent jb ABC Cake Shop & Bakery of Albuquerque!
Interesting story about shop owners in developing nations arriving in New York City with cash and empty suitacses to buy “junk” for their shops. (Duckies are not junk, but most of the other stuff sure can be classified as such!)
My friend Pam Potter posted this picture on my Facebook page. She spied it at the Quilt Expo at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Bet those dcukeis love to go through the car wash!