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Tanya- here is the idea- but on the beach there were just lots of flip flops and the water was blue sprinkles- this cake is much cooler!

Tanya- here is the idea- but on the beach there were just lots of flip flops and the water was blue sprinkles- this cake is much cooler!

beach lua cakes | Luau beach cake — Birthday Cakes

Luau Beach Cake This is a buttercream covered cake with fondant and gumpaste accents and tiki hut made of a cupcake covered with pretzels.

Good use of the plastic surfboards buttercream w/sifted brown sugar for sand,  royal icing palms piped over the bottom of small bowls, fondant towels and beach ball painted w/food writer, fondant pail and shovel handle,hersey nuggets treasure chests. Sea Creatures are plastic. Drink umbrella. Cut sour green-apple candy straws in half crosswise. Use a paring knife or scissors to make several slits 3/4 of the way down on the halved candy straw. Insert the solid end into a pirouette cookie

Good use of the plastic surfboards buttercream w/sifted brown sugar for sand, royal icing palms piped over the bottom of small bowls, fondant towels and beach ball painted w/food writer, fondant pail and shovel handle,hersey nuggets treasure chests.

Low/No budget surfboard rack to keeps your boards sorted at home. Materials- recycled where possible 1. Wooden pallet that would be rubbish 2. building timbers 75mm x 35mm x 4m total 3. 100mm batten screws x 20

Low/No budget surfboard rack to keeps your boards sorted at home. Materials- recycled where possible Wooden pallet that would be rubbish building timbers x x total batten screws x 20

In this amazing makeover, Howards installed an elfa system to convert the garage into a man cave including storage for a large collection of surf boards for Blogger Sonia from Life Love and Hiccups.

Installed a storage system to convert the garage into a man cave including storage for a large collection of surf boards.

Looking for an inexpensive solution to store your board? Think PVC pipes and customize your own rack. This one is less than $50 and stores up to 3 boards. Message us if you need instructions! (Via thePaddlesUp)

Looking for an inexpensive solution to store your board? Think PVC pipes and…