Tina By: Tina
who wants cake?

i'm pretty happy w/ these. i wish i could show you all 90 of them. for now, this will do.

 

our inspiration:

www.nga.gov/education/classroom/counting_on_art/img/img_t...

 

  • steve 6y

    I'll take a slice of each!!

    Now off to the dentist:-}
  • Carol S 6y

    Awww... one even has a domed cake stand! Too cute!
  • Laura 6y

    i like them on the black. mine seem too complicated when i make them do the three tiered cakes. i like these!
  • dogfaceboy 6y

    Oh, wow. You know who loves them extra special.
  • dogfaceboy 6y

    That first one is really super. It looks 3-D.
  • Aline 6y

    Let them eat cake! These are all very good.
  • theestudioion 6y

    oh, hope they taste also fine without sugar, Tina
    Tina your special art performer are? children...
    Congratulations
  • ChazBØz 6y

    So cool!
  • Amy 6y

    They're all such pretty cakes!
  • Judith Bursott 6y

    Excellent......your the best teacher....be proud of those kids!
  • [ { } ] 6y

    the blue one is my favorite. and it has my favorite marble cake inside too! awesome job, kids!
  • Mesmereyed 6y

    I love the collection shots that you share. They're all my favorites!
  • E&CLO 6y

    Now how can you even suggest that you're a bad teacher? These are absolutely adorable.
  • daily pleasure 6y

    me, me, me!
  • auntsmack4u 6y

    yum yum!
  • Sharon West 6y

    this alone should be enough for you to realize you are a good teacher.
  • Marvelous Momma 6y

    flippin love it!
  • dropdeadred 6y

    the first thing I thought of was theidbaud.

    what a great project.
  • Peter Allen 6y

    love these
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