I have good news - today is the last day of the Paw-Ty and you won't want to miss it! Oh yes, my friends, I had to make a cake. A dog house cake. And in my mind, it really was so easy to put together. In real life?
Not so much!
Not so much!
Dog House Cake
And with the cake I served Paw Print Frozen Yogurt!
In Chocolate and Vanilla!
Let the yogurt soften and spoon it into a paw print mold., freeze overnight and they will peel right out. I placed them on the large red serving platter, covered with plastic wrap until the paw-ty!
The dog house cake was part of the backyard goodies!
All fenced in on my counter!
Also served on the counter were Top Dog Trophy's!
Punched out the ribbons with a paper punch from Joann's.
Filled with Sixlets!
And Paw Print OREO'S
I used a mold, however, I painted the black paw print on the OREO after I took it out of the mold. I found that if I used a paint brush and Wilton black candy food color for my paint - it worked perfect!
Next to the dog house were the dog bowls. Rice Krispie Dog Bowls!
I made the bowls by pressing rice krispie treats into a round cookie cutter, and then pressing down the center. They were filled with white and dark chocolate dog bones I made with a mold.
Here's a few photos of the process~
Next to the dog bowls were...wait for it...
Made the tiny cakes, covered them in fondant, cut dog themed toppers out of fondant.
Don't you love it??? Pet-A-Fours!!
Not on the counter, just another chance to talk to the paw!
And I needed napkins....so I made them with my foam stamp!
So, my fine furry friends, this is the end of the Paw-ty, I hope you had a good time getting lots of ideas! Max and I had a great time, maybe too good of a time...
Thanks so much for Paw-tying with us - you've been a Good Dog!
Now it's time for me to take a