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Thursday
Jan102008

Cake Byte: Sweet News From Cakespy


Well, there are a few things that we're just dying to tell you, so before your regularly scheduled Thursday evening post, a few bits of sweetness:

First off, we've come across a few awesome Cake finds since the other day's Interior Design Post, and we just have to share them, the first of which is the Birthday Table by Jellio, which is an end table in the shape of a gigantic cupcake cup (photo left)! It ain't cheap, but it certainly is awesome; thank you CB for the awesome tip! $750 ea.; available at jellio.com


The second great find is the Cupcake Cap. We came across these on DailyCandy and were immediately charmed by these edible "caps" for your cupcakes, available in various cute shapes and decals for various occasions. Do you need these? No, but you want them. As a bonus, the employees are all super-nice and very helpful. Starting at $12 per dozen; available online at cupcakecaps.com.

 

Next in the sweet news: who does Cakespy love? Or should we say, who loves Cakespy? See what they had to say about us on Coterie, and see what Seattle PI writer Rebekah Denn thinks of us on her blog, Devouring sEATtle. And who could forget, we were mentioned as a favorite blog of 2007 by Bake+Destroy! and Mrs. Cakespy designed an awesome new logo for All Things Cupcake!


Finally, calling Chicagoland Cake Lovers!: Your life is about to get sweeter: Head Spy
Jessie just shipped her first batch of original mini paintings, buttons and more gift items to Renegade Handmade, an awesome store in Chicago which sells artwork and crafts by the likes of Bored, Inc., Qylaar, and Rosie Music. We're really excited to be associated with this great store! Renegade Handmade is located at 1924 W. Division St.; online at renegadehandmade.com.
That's the important cake news for today!

 

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Reader Comments (21)

I rule! haha. I love reading your blog Jess. Someday soon I hope to decorate my kitchen with your cakespy merchandise. I just need a house first. ;)

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterCB

CB: thanks for reminding me, I needed to link to your blog! Your name in the post now has a link to your awesome blog. ;-)

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterCakespy

Cakespy, Good for you. Your art is so sweet.

January 10 | Unregistered Commenterfrantic foodie

aawww mucho blog love for posting my link. Thats my food one though but if you want just cuppycakes:
http://iheartcuppycakes.wordpress.com

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterCB

Duh, double check before copying and pasting ;-) I changed it CB!

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterCakespy

Thanky! :) Trust me I don't mind the extra traffic to my food one. Sometimes I can't get over how exponential the hits are for my cuppycake one vs food one. I guess everyone loves cupcakes! But who can blame them right? ;)

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterCB

Words cannot describe how awesome that cupcake table is. Wow.

Congrats on the best blog award! You totally deserve it!

January 10 | Unregistered CommenterRuby Red Vegan

Congrats on the paintings, Jessie. And WOW on that freakin' table.

January 11 | Unregistered Commenterdogfaceboy

Congrats! You go!

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

Congratulations on getting to sell your stuff at that store! I'm sure people will love it. :) Those cupcake caps are very intriguing. Not sure if I'd want to eat them though.

January 11 | Unregistered Commentereatme_delicious

Cupcake caps taste good - kind of sweet & crispy!

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterElisa

I love these little updates... those cupcakes caps sound intriguing. And how awesome that you are getting airtime on other blogs!

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterVegan_Noodle

Hi! Cupcake Caps here! The closest cousin to a cupcake cap is a marshmallow. If you like marshmallows then... :)

January 11 | Unregistered Commenterbrooke brooks

Congratulations on getting your paintings in a store! And I love the cupcake table!

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterPam

Congrats on all of your success! It is so motivating:)

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterAnticiPlate

That's so rad, I go to the Renegade store all the time!

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie

Frantic foodie: Thanks, that is so nice! Thank you for showcasing it so nicely on your blog too along with all the other Seattle blogger specialties!!

Ruby Red Vegan: Thanks! And yes, Mr. Cakespy and I are having some total table lust.

Dogfaceboy, thanks! We're saving up in our piggie bank for that table...

Ann: Thanks!

Eat Me, Delicious: Thank you! So exciting to put it out there like that. As for cupcake cups...Crispy and enticing, we think, just like Elisa says! And so freakin' cute.

Elisa: You said it :-)

Vegan Noodle: Thank you for the nice words! Can't wait to see the outcome of the other project too :-) (being vague in case it is a surprise!)

Brooke: yea! Nicely put, and you rule for being so helpful and quick with info!

Pam: Thank you for the congrats, and yes! Us too.

Anticiplate: Thank you! Hope you're enjoying your little painting, and maybe a good reward after sending off that first order to Renegade will be making that delicious soup you posted the other day.

Natalie: SO rad! I was wondering if you went there. Glad you like them, they carry such a great range I imagine it has to be a cool store.

January 11 | Unregistered CommenterCakespy

That cupcake table is so cute! I guess to look really cute in anyone's home, it would constantly have to be topped with fresh batches of the real thing!

January 12 | Unregistered CommenterFreshly Found

Freshly found: good point...but would that be such a bad thing??? :-)

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