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And here is my chequered sweetie cake before cut! Yummy, right?! Thanks to Pinterest for the inspiration

And here is my chequered sweetie cake before cut! Yummy, right?! Thanks to Pinterest for the inspiration

Here is a chequered sweetie cake I made with inspiration from Pinterest. With choc butter cream between all layers and outer edges, it was moist, delish and looked effective I thought!

Here is a chequered sweetie cake I made with inspiration from Pinterest. With choc butter cream between all layers and outer edges, it was moist, delish and looked effective I thought!

Another Mario Bros cake, this time a Mario World one. Inspiration from Pinterest. The Mario figurines on bricks that I'd bought online really helped!

Another Mario Bros cake, this time a Mario World one. Inspiration from Pinterest. The Mario figurines on bricks that I'd bought online really helped!

Super easy, moist and delicious egg free (no eggs!) white vanilla cake recipe used for cupcakes. Perfect for those with egg allergies or for a baby's first birthday. Share with all your friends! Click through for recipe.

Super easy, moist and delicious egg free (no eggs!) white vanilla cake recipe used for cupcakes. Perfect for those with egg allergies or for a baby's first birthday. Share with all your friends! Click through for recipe.

Sesame Street themed fruit & veggie trays to get children to eat fruit and vegetables !

Sesame Street themed fruit & veggie trays to get children to eat fruit and vegetables !

What happens when you put Jello inside of straws? JELLO WORMS! You rubber band the straws together. Pour the jello mixture in the straws. The liquid will fill the straws and around the outer straw. Place it in the fridge until it gelled. Pull out the clump of banded straws. Run warm water over the straws for about 5 seconds, and the fabulously disgusting life like worms slide out! So gross but boys will LOVE it! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

What happens when you put Jello inside of straws? JELLO WORMS! You rubber band the straws together. Pour the jello mixture in the straws. The liquid will fill the straws and around the outer straw. Place it in the fridge until it gelled. Pull out the clump of banded straws. Run warm water over the straws for about 5 seconds, and the fabulously disgusting life like worms slide out! So gross but boys will LOVE it! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

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