Pink Éclairs {Winner of the Amy Atlas Sweet Designs Giveaway!}

Happy Wednesday! Here is the winner of the Amy Atlas Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It book giveaway:

#393 Patisserie Paris: “I like a more classic/elegant style for a dessert table!”

Congratulations! (I will be also notifying you by email.)

And thank you to everyone for sharing their favourite dessert table/party themes and party treats!

See you soon with a sweet & summery recipe.

Today is the day! Amy Atlas, sweet table designer and blogger (and so much more) extraordinaire, is celebrating the release of her first book, Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It–and what a book it is. As you know, I love all things sweet and pretty, and this book is jam-packed with some of the loveliest and most wonderfully crafted dessert and party table ideas I’ve ever seen. Amy shares 175 recipes and seemingly countless crafty ideas for readers to whip up impressive (and charming) dessert displays. I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this gem, and after reading it almost all in one sitting I am certainly inspired.

I’m excited to say that one lucky reader is going to win a copy of their own, courtesy of Amy!

Pink Eclairs via Sweetapolia

While reading the book, I was immediately drawn to the chapter entitled Pastel Pretty (naturally), which showcases the most appealing array of pastel sweets and baked goods that take center stage on an incredible dessert table inspired by–you guessed it–pastel colours (think pastel cotton candy, pastel sugar cookie rounds, pastel cake bites and more). When I spotted a recipe for “Pink Éclairs,” I was smitten. I love the idea of including authentic French éclairs on a dessert table (or of course making them for any day of the week) and tweaking them just slightly to give them a pretty twist. So I decided to make a batch. With the crispy pastry (classic Pâte à Choux dough, which is much easier than it sounds) filled with vanilla pastry cream and topped with sweet pink glaze, they are every bit as delightful as you would expect “Pink Éclairs” to be.

Pink Eclairs via Sweetapolita

Although you might expect this treat to be a tricky one to make, Amy’s recipe was easy to follow and a great success. I’ve shared the recipe for these delights below, and I know this is only the beginning of my adventures with Sweet Designs.

And for even more celebratory posts in honour of Amy’s new book (and more chances to enter to win your own copy!), be sure to pop by and visit my friends:

Cheryl from Tidy Mom sharing Honey Panna Cotta

Marian from Sweetopia sharing Chocolate Beehive Cupcakes

Jamie from My Baking Addiction sharing Banana Whoopie Pies

Callye from The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle

Darla from Bakingdom sharing Mini Strawberry Trifles

Bridget from Bake at 350 sharing Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles

Maria from Two Peas and Their Pod sharing Banana Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Amanda from I am Baker sharing Chocolate Cupcakes

Here are the details and how to enter this giveaway:

1. Leave a comment and tell me, “What type of party/dessert table theme best suits your personality?” (eg. modern, preppy, vintage, superhero, rainbow, etc.) or “What was the last party treat you made (or enjoyed)?

2. For an extra entry you can tweet: ”I want to win a copy of @amyatlas ’s amazing new book, Sweet Designs, from @Sweetapolita!” Simply come back here and leave a comment telling me you tweeted.

3. Contest ends May 1, 2012 at midnight (EST) and winners will be selected using random.org and notified by email and announced here on the blog. You must leave a valid email address (will not be displayed) in your entry.

4. One entry per person, please (or two, with tweet). *Your comment may not appear right away.

*Prize courtesy of Amy Atlas. Contest is open to US and Canadian residents only.

And here is the recipe for the Pink Éclairs, as written in the book Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It, by Amy Atlas:

Pink Éclairs

Yield: 12-14 4-inch éclairs

For the Vanilla Pastry Cream

1/2 cup sugar

3 tablespoons cornstarch

1/8 teaspoon salt

5 egg yolks

1 cup whole milk

1 cup half-and-half

1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

4 tablespoons unsalted butter

For the Pâte à Choux

4 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into 1/2-inch pieces

1 teaspoon sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

3 large eggs

For the Glaze

1 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar

Pink food coloring gel

1. In a medium bowl, whisk together the sugar, cornstarch, and salt. Add the egg yolks and whisk until combined; set aside.

2. Combine the milk and half-and-half in a medium saucepan and heat over medium-high heat until it simmers. Whisk half of the hot milk into the egg mixture. Return egg-milk mixture to the saucepan and cook over medium heat, whisking constantly, until mixture thickens and two or three large bubbles appear on the surface. Whisk in the vanilla and butter. Pour the mixture into a heatproof bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Chill in the refrigerator until set, at least 3 hours.

3. Adjust an oven rack to the middle position and preheat the oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a medium saucepan, combine 3/4 cup water, butter, sugar, and salt over medium-high heat and cook, stirring, until the mixture just comes to a boil. Quickly stir in the flour and continue to stir until the mixture comes together and pulls away from the sides of the pan. Reduce the heat to medium and continue to stir for 2 minutes more (a film may form on the bottom of the pan–this is okay).

4. Transfer the mixture to the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with the paddle attachment and beat on medium speed until the mixture cools slightly and the steam disappears, about 3 minutes.

5. Slowly add the eggs, one at a time, mixing to completely incorporate after each addition. Stop mixer and scrape down the sides of the bowl and the paddle as necessary.

6. Spoon the batter into a pastry bag or resealable plastic bag fitted with a round tip (Wilton Round Tip #1a). Pipe 12 to 14 straight 4-inch lines, spaced 2 inches apart, onto the baking sheet.

7. Bake for 15 minutes, do not open the oven door. At this point, the éclairs will be puffed and golden brown. Reduce the heat to 350°F and bake until éclairs appear dry and are a deep golden brown, 15 to 20 minutes more. Do not underbake; this may cause the éclairs to collapse. Let cool completely on pan.

8. When éclairs have cooled, use a small skewer to poke a hold in either end of each one. Gently move the skewer around the inside the éclair to clear a space for the cream.

9. Spoon the cooled pastry cream into a pastry bag or resealable plastic bag fitted with a Wilton Round Tip #230. Fill éclairs with pastry cream from both ends, taking care to not overfill.

10. In a medium bowl, combine the confectioners’ sugar and 1 to 2 tablespoons of water until smooth. Stir in a few drops of pink food coloring until the desired color is achieved. Hold an éclair over the bowl of glaze, spoon the glaze over it, and spread to coat the top. Place the éclairs in individual rectangular treat cups and arrange on a rectangular platter in a single layer. Replenish platter as necessary.

I had so much fun making these decadent and pretty-as-can-be éclairs, and now off I go to bake, craft and style everything else in this incredible book.

Good luck & enjoy!


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Comments

  1. 1

    The last party treat I made and enjoyed was a brown derby cake for my daughter’s 2nd birthday party. My family and I used to eat these at every celebration when we lived in NJ. Apparently they are popular only in the NJ area so I had to find a way to recreate it. I am happy to report that my version was delicious!

  2. 2

    The last party treat I made were some delicious buttermilk brownies!

  3. 3
    Elizabeth Jenkins says:

    My parties usually have a very eclectic theme!

  4. 4

    First of all, I have to comment on how fabulous these pink eclairs are. So bright and festive!

    Ok… now, that I’ve gotten that out, I would have to say that I prefer a more vintage/elegant feel to my table decorations… but if I had something as fun as this on my table, I might have to let loose a bit

  5. 5

    I’m so glad I learned about your blog with this contest! I’m planning a dessert bar for my wedding and love the look of vintage tables or rustic themes.

  6. 6

    I just tweeted (@noplacelikeoz) :-)

  7. 7

    Those look so cute! I may have to do them for my daughter’s birthday party. I had so much fun baking for my family’s birthday parties. I think the last thing I made that went over so well was a dark chocolate cake filled with dulce de leche buttercream and served beside raspberry mousse cheesecakes.

  8. 8
    Megan S. says:

    I love a vintage party. so fun to plan

  9. 9

    A vintage style for my eclectic collection of china and glassware.

  10. 10
    Annette W says:

    The last party treat I made was two kinds of macarons for a 40th birthday: lemon and mojito in pale yellow and green. They weren’t quite perfect, but they are getting there! When I have the time, I do enjoy playing with something finicky.

    I also did a tweet, because I love cookbooks about baking!

  11. 11

    I made a lemon meringue pie on Sunday. I was the first time I’ve ever had one.

  12. 12

    These are absolutely stunning! and your photographs are beautiful!

  13. 13

    These are just BEAUTIFUL!!!

    {not entering, just had to say how much I love these!}

  14. 14

    The eclairs are beautiful! I love the pink:)

  15. 15
    Brandi Daves says:

    I just finished making a cake pop arrangement for my husbands secretary……sunflowers with a ladybug and bumblebee.

  16. 16
    Patricia Crowley says:

    I would describe most of my party themes as classic…I use a lot of clear glass serving dishes/bowls…and then tailor the decorations to fit whatever the occasion is…

  17. 17

    I like simple! (at least i like it to LOOK simple)
    Last treats made: oreo cookie pops!

  18. 18

    My party style leans more towards extravagant/vintage (but with a thrift store budget!)

  19. 19

    My party table style is definitely vintage. Even though I’ve maxed out my book-purchasing part of the budget for this month, I’ll definitely wish-list this book. Looks delightful!

    And good job with the pink eclairs. I want to eat one for breakfast. :)

  20. 20

    The last party I threw, I made coconut-key lime pies and they were amazing! I go for more of a vintage theme as far as decor goes…milk glass, etc. I am making your Campfire Delight cupcakes this Sunday for my husbands birthday party!! (He ALWAYS requests them:)).

  21. 21

    I made lemon meringue cookies and pots de creme for a fancy meal a few weeks ago. SO good.

  22. 22
    Annette W says:

    Tweeted!

  23. 23

    I just knew you’d make these Rosie! they are so you! they look amazing!

  24. 24

    As always.. I’m in love with anything vintage.. so mine would be a vintage theme.. How wonderful of you to run these contests.. thanks so much, it’s fun to try:) xo

  25. 25

    I love bright colors, so my style would probably be rainbow.

  26. 26

    Since I’m going to NY on Thursday, I’d say a Broadway themed dessert table would be so fun!

  27. 27
    Madeline says:

    A preppy theme best suits my personality!

  28. 28

    Me, me,me! Pick me!

  29. 29

    Hmmm…my party style is kinda all over the place. I like fun and I try to go with the honoree’s personality. My last party was for my husband’s birthday and I made maple bacon chocolate cupcakes, snickerdoodle cake and apple hand pies. Also, there was a chocolate fountain. My next party will be for Mothers’ Day. I’m sure this book would give me many great ideas!!

  30. 30

    We just had a bowling party for my oldest son and I made bowling ball treats out of Ding Dongs and white icing. They were really easy and so cute!

  31. 31

    I made Macarons with Chocolate Ganache filling for a party recently and they were a huge hit :)

  32. 32

    The last party treat I made were rice krispie treats… simple, yet satisfying!

  33. 33
    Katie Rose says:

    I would love a cross between preppy & vintage…a nautical theme would probably fit that bill quite perfectly!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. 34
    Shauna Scarborough says:

    My favorite party theme would be anything EASY! :-)

  35. 35

    Hi, such a pretty idea I had to read the recipe right away. Your pate de choux recipe instructions seem to be missing the flour? I am assuming you put it into the saucepan??
    Thanks,

  36. 36

    I’ve always wanted to make eclairs!
    My dessert theme would be vintage-y, homemade, and a little rustic.

  37. 37

    The last party treat I made were some delicious red velvet cake pops! I think I would love a cross between vintage, but with a modern twist at the same time!

    Thanks for the giveaway and these eclairs look absolutely delicious!!

  38. 38
    Dena Hamlin says:

    I went to a party over the weekend and had some fabulous cupcakes. Chocolate covered cherry being one of them.
    I am a mix of vintage and whimsical. Love older things with personality but like a nice pop of color with a whimsical flair to it :)

  39. 39

    My party tables always look kind of improvised – usually because they are. I use whatever I have got at hand: Candles, flowers and herbs from the balcony, dried flowers, little trinkets. And the good china, of course, even when we have kids visiting. (They love being treated as grown-ups, and none of them has ever broken anything.) Add some homemade treats, and everybody is happy. I would love to have more skills in the decorating area, but… well, I guess I need to practice. ^^

  40. 40

    I also tweeted you here! https://twitter.com/#!/zophasaurus/status/194785534546165762

    Thanks again!

  41. 41

    I’m a mix between vintage and preppy, lovely book, thank you.

  42. 42
    Patricia Crowley says:
  43. 43

    My party theme always includes a touch of vintage: lace, ribbon & buttons.

  44. 44

    my party table theme would be a mix of vintage and colourful!

  45. 45

    I love parties that are kid themed or things that look cute. I made shamrock sugar cookies.

  46. 46

    I would say I am vintage.

  47. 47

    The party theme that best suits my personality is simple/earthy/natural (think leaf and tree decor, burlap, mason jars).

    The last party treat i made were carrot-cake pops for Easter and carrot cake cupcakes with cream cheese frosting!

  48. 49

    My party table theme would be vintage. The last really good party treat I had was a classic custard.

  49. 50

    I would love a super modern dessert table in a chic color scheme. I am a pastry chef so I am always making party treats, but I would say the last one I enjoyed non-work was slutty brownies, brought by a party guest. Brownies with cookie dough and oreos, ultimate guilty pleasure!

  50. 51

    I tweeted!

  51. 52

    I also tweeted. :) @marisann

  52. 53

    I love a sleek modern look for a party.

  53. 54
    Sandra M. says:

    Cakepops!

  54. 55

    I love to vary the table theme with type of party. Most recently I did a baby shower that featured pink and blue bellinis, classic vanilla cupcakes with vanilla swiss buttercream icing in vintage inspired cupcake papers with vintage animal flags.

  55. 56
    Kim Maraggia says:

    The last treat I made was a carrot and pineapple mini cakes with an orange zest icing….. I love finding new recipes and making them for my family and friends!!! They don’t mind at all trying all the new confections!!

  56. 57

    My dessert personality party theme would be creatively crafty! The last dessert I made was Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars!! Yummmm Yummmm

  57. 58

    I love vintage pastel themes. They remind me of a simple happy time. The last treat I made was a monster truck birthday cake for my son.

  58. 59

    I am a minimalist. Less is more.

    My strawberry layer cake – that I made using your recipe – was the last treat I had and it was delicious….mmm….

  59. 60

    My preference for a party/desert table is a clean, modern look. Pastel colors with white serving dishes/plates/platters, white cake stands, white everything…realy makes the pastel colors shine through. Funny you should write this post as I am currently preparing a sweet table for my daughter’s communion and having waaaay too much fun. The last treat I enjoyed was actually a cookie from your “Perfect Sugar Cookie” recipe. Made them just last night…deeeeelicious! I realy wanna win that book!!! LOL!

  60. 61

    Decorated sugar cookies- pink softballs with black stitching for my daughter’s softball party.

  61. 62

    The last party recipe I made was champagne cupcakes with strawberry/rhubarb buttercream frosting

  62. 63

    “What type of party/dessert table theme best suits your personality?” (eg. modern, preppy, vintage, superhero, rainbow, etc.)

    I love to try new things, but I guess a table theme for my personality would be girly and modern!
    I’ve always wanted to host a rainbow themed party…this is gonna be the year!

    PS. i know i have UK email address but I am a US resident :)

  63. 64

    I absolutely adore pastel colors. They are so bubbley and happy. These eclairs look so cute, and it reminds me of strawberry milk :)

    When it comes to parties I like simple. I’m a very simple and non-flashy girl. Yes, I like decorations, but nothing with animal print or giant sequins. A little sprakle here and there with a little burst of color would be nice.

  64. 65

    The party theme that best matches my personality is Vintage. However, with two young children, the parties I actually have vary from Tinkerbell to Rainbow themed.

    Right now I am planning my sister’s bridal shower, and trying to decide what the theme should be. This book would definitely inspire me!

  65. 66

    The best party theme for me would be woodsy. I love natural accents like twigs and leaves, greens and browns.

  66. 67

    I love preppy with a modern twist..everything parties, wardrobe , house decor …

  67. 68

    Hmmm, the best party theme for me? I think it would be a mix of vintage/British tea

  68. 69

    I like a nice rustic/vintage-y feel to my party themes. Especially with wood accents!

  69. 70

    Super duper happiness – eclairs, and PINK! My fave! Lovely all around! (not entering, just saying).

  70. 71

    I made a chocolate rum cheesecake for a dinner party!

  71. 72

    I tweeted! :)

  72. 73

    Gorgeous eclairs! I love vintage parties the best but when I’m planning a party, I definitely go with whatever the recipient wants. The last party I threw was for my husband’s 30th birthday and it was a surprise party with a superhero theme. It was a blast!

  73. 74
    Elizabeth says:

    Depends on the party as sometimes I am modern and sometimes vintage. The last treat I made was a whole party themed around the color yellow.

  74. 75

    I’d have to say it would be a cutsie style! I’m all about bright colors, and little cartoon designs.

  75. 76

    My style would be vintage for the best dessert table!

  76. 77

    the theme that best fits me is vintage

  77. 78

    My last party was an Italian dinner for my hubby’s birthday. I love that red check Italian print with copper pans and a fire in the hearth room. It is how I imagined my Grandma’s kitchen in Italy!

  78. 79

    My favorite theme changes, depending on my mood. Right now, I am torn between preppy and modern. Can’t I have both? :-)

  79. 80

    i would love to throw a vintage themed party. i just love old stuff. :)

  80. 81

    Now, I just tweeted about this giveaway.

  81. 82

    The last party treat I made were rice krispies dipped in green chocolate for a St. Patrick’s Party I attended.

  82. 83

    More modern or movie themed is my pick for a party. Just did Twilight for my daughter’s birthday. I had so much fun designing those cupcakes!

  83. 84

    What type of party/dessert table theme best suits your personality? vintage!
    What was the last party treat you made (or enjoyed)? I made your orange ginger carrot cake (as mini cupcakes) with your coconut cream cheese frosting. yum!!

  84. 85
    Kimberly Wood says:

    I just want to say thanks for the giveaway and your pink eclairs are perfect. It’s been a while since I had a party but I make everything from appetizers to main entrees to desserts. I think the last time I made something it was a fruit arrangement (similar to edible arrangements). I’m not sure what my style is. It seems to change regularly.

  85. 86

    Vintage…that would definitely be my chapter.

  86. 87

    I tweeted about your giveaway! oh, and thanks for demystifying SMB frosting!

  87. 88

    I like classic, with a twist (kinda like these pink eclairs!).

  88. 89

    I would love to throw a very modern themed party with just on pop of BRIGHT COLOR.

  89. 90

    I tweeted about the giveaway!

  90. 91

    This is beyond beautiful Rosie!!!

  91. 92

    I just had a small dinner party last week for my best girls…I am a hige fan of all that is pink. We had some amazing rose’ champagne and to top it off pink champagne cake pops…so delicious!!!

  92. 93

    I love eclairs of all kinds!

    My last party treat was a flourless chocolate mousse cake that I made for Passover. I took two small flourless cakes that didn’t rise in oven, sandwiched them with dark chocolate-coffee mousse and covered it all with whipped cream – a glorious resurrection of a “flop”! I’d love to win the book!

  93. 94

    Why not answer both questions?! :) The theme that best fits my personality would be a Mid-Century modern theme. Carried out both in design and in type of dessert. The last party treat I made was Grasshopper Bars. Delicious, sleek, and pretty.

  94. 95

    I think I would love to do rainbow, so many different things you can do with that.

  95. 96

    The last party treat I made were Cadbury Creme Egg cupcakes for an Easter gathering!! They were a huge hit :-)

  96. 97

    These look so cute! I usually go with a modern or a vintage theme, but sometimes it’s hard to choose!

  97. 98

    The last party treat I made was a classic chocolate sheet cake for a birthday!

  98. 99

    For me, it depends on the party and who its for, the theme gets designed around that. If I was creating a table for myself – it would be reminicent of Martha Stewart – aqua blue and tons of white!

  99. 100

    Classic and whimsical is my style…gerber daisies, sunflowers, and bright colors!

  100. 101

    Eveything vintage…Thanks for the giveaway. I will make these eclairs for my daughter’s graduation brunch.

  101. 102
    Nikki Andress says:

    I like a vintage style and I made white and milk chocolate ship cookies for my families Easter gathering.

  102. 103

    I made a white chocolate cheesecake for an Easter celebration – and it was delicious!!

  103. 104

    What type of party/dessert table theme best suits your personality? = modern with whimsy!

  104. 105

    The last party treats were for our Easter Brunch. What fun to decorate the table.

  105. 106

    I love color so I would say Rainbow. The last party dessert I made a wonderful cheesecake with cherry topping, chocolate cheesecake bars, lemon bars.

  106. 107

    I made your chocolate cupcakes with Nutella Cloud Frosting – They were scrumptious! My husband usually doesn’t eat chocolate but wanted something sweet and ate one. Before I knew it, he had eaten three!!!

  107. 108

    I like the vintage theme!

  108. 109

    These are beautiful!! I think I would love a vintage dessert table. I think they have so much character!

  109. 110

    A modern and quirky party theme/table with a touch of retro is what I love best!

  110. 111
    Kimberly Anderson says:

    I made a pastel Christmas dessert table last year, came out so cute. Last treats I made were cupcakes!

  111. 112
    annabelle says:

    since I have three girls, I am inclined to a girly theme. The last thing I made was a vainilla cake filled with chocolate ganache, yummy.

  112. 113

    My parties are definitely laid-back, homemade sort of affairs! Nothing fancy. The last party treat I made was Dulce de Leche Cheerio marshmallow bars, for our neighborhood movie night.

  113. 114

    I love really clean set-ups for a party. I think I tend to lean toward classic/elegant designs. I do like fun desserts, though! These pink eclairs look delish!

  114. 115

    When I do parties, I like them to be pretty but, more importantly, I like the food to be knock-your-socks-off good. So I guess the theme is, “I want to die by eating this amazing food.” Something like that. I made a cake once that was so good, a groan from inside the kitchen made everyone feel like they were intruding on the fellow’s personal time. Now that’s a cake.

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    Would love to win the book, and yes eclairs are great no matter what.

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    Ashley Randall says:

    I will be having a vintage/rustic themed dessert table at my wedding reception! It fits mine and my fiance’s style perfectly.

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    Naomi Haak says:

    Those Pink Éclairs look so good, I’ll have to try them! I love vintage themed parties :) thanks for the giveaway!

    Naomi

  118. 119

    The last party treat I made were chocolate financiers with chocolate ganache.

  119. 120

    I’d love to do a rainbow party table – it’d be so fun and bright! Love your eclairs…especially the pink! They make them that much more awesome.

  120. 121

    well for my kiddos probably the superhero, but me, maybe modern…! love the pink eclairs too!

  121. 122
    Angela R. says:

    Zombie dessert table! Lots of brains…

  122. 123
    katherine says:

    I think that preppy describes me. Last party I put together was a tiger themed party for my daughter. Had a large tiger cake made!

  123. 124

    The eclairs are beautiful and the pink makes them that much better!

    My favorite dessert party theme is vintage and pretty. The last dessert that I made was for a friend’s birthday party and it was a 4-layer vanilla cake with chocolate mousse filling and a mocha buttercream. I don’t like coffee but everyone else seemed to enjoy it!!

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    alessandra says:

    my last party treat? choco cupcakes with a pink strawberry buttercream!!!!!!!!yumm!

  125. 126

    I love a simple set up – classy and classic. I’m all about showcasing the good food and don’t fuss too much about the decorations. These pink eclairs look wonderful!

  126. 127

    My favorite dessert party theme would have to be anything feminine with lots of pastels! Thank you so much for the eclairs recipe!!! I also love your blog. Pure inspiration!

  127. 128

    I also tweeted for a chance to win Amy’s book under @gildedhouse. Thanks so much!

  128. 129

    I love garden-themed parties! And also soup parties. I have a lot of parties! My last party was a soup party with 4 kinds of soup, and s’mores for dessert. Yummmm.

  129. 130

    My twin boy cousins had -boy- parties which I helped my cousin with. I’m desperate for a girlie party with tiara’s and all. My birthday is coming up in June. I think I might throw my own party to celebrate ME. Those eclairs would be perfect but I want turquoise icing. Turquoise makes me happy.

  130. 131

    I just threw my 11 year old daughter a Parisian birthday party. We served petite croissant sandwiches, French fries, French bread pizza, French toast, and parfaits. We also had a dessert table. I made several petite cakes in all of my daughter’s favorite flavors. Each girl went home with a large “bon bons” container that I made (you can view it on my blog). The 11 guests said it was “the best party they had ever been to.”

  131. 132

    I just twittered the contest… @laceysgarden

  132. 133

    The last treat I made was Carrot Cupcakes for Easter.

  133. 134

    My table style runs very classic. White plates that show off the food and simple decorations.

  134. 135

    The last party treat I made was a rainbow cake for my daughters birthday.

  135. 136

    the last party treat I made was a birthday cake for my closest friend

  136. 137

    These are so sweet! A funky colored-animal print theme would suit me best, I think. :) That would be a fun one!

  137. 138
    Mary Caitlin W says:

    The last party treat I enjoyed was dark chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting! Yum!

  138. 139

    Rainbow! I always dreamed of a Skittles inspired wedding :-)

  139. 140

    Those eclairs look amazing! My perfectly themed dessert table would be sailboats or safari!

  140. 141

    the pinker and more girly, the better!

  141. 142

    I was in charge of all the desserts for our family Easter gathering. So I made some super cute vanilla cupcakes, cake pops, white chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies, and mini raspberry cheesecake.

  142. 143

    The last party treat I made were some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. They were yummy!

  143. 144

    A preppy nautical themed party would be right up my alley!

  144. 145

    A country or english vintage theme is probably best for me!

  145. 146

    I love doing dessert tables around a specific color or flavor like lime or green. I can’t wait to look through this book!

  146. 147

    The last party treat I made were champagne cupcakes for NYE/my husband’s birthday party.

  147. 148

    The type of party/dessert table theme that best suits me is modern because that’s what I have as far knick knacks but I’d love vintage.

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    I’d say my party theme would be a cross between vintage and clean, modern. Maybe ecclectic would be a better term. I like a little of this and that. :)

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    i love the old english tea party set up with lots of flowers, small pastries and cookies

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    vintage!

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    I think my style is kind of a modern twist on the vintage look. Great giveaway! :)

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    I made baseball themed cupcakes and cookies for my son’s first birthday.

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    My favorite dessert table setup is very sparkly, with lots of flowers to decorate. Flowers make everything so much prettier! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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    Vintage is definitely my style. These eclairs look wonderful!

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    I just tweeted the contest!
    @meganegibson20

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    Gorgeous yummy looking eclairs!
    I would lean towards Vintage….

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    Preppy would be my style, pink and navy. I’m loving those pink eclairs too!

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    The last treat I made were the standard – but always delicious – funfetti cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.

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    My style is definitively pastel vintage. . . . think pink and aqua in particular. The last treats I made were fleur de sel caramels and they were worth every minute of the lengthy process!

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    The last treats I made were the standard – but always delicious – funfetti cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.

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    I made chocolate cupcakes filed with nutella

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    The last treat I made were french macarons.

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    Vintage parties are my favorite! Love the subdued colors and old-fashioned vibe. :)

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    These are SUCH cute Eclairs, perfect for a little girl’s tea party.

    The party theme that best suits my personality is modern – - lots of glass, tall metalic vases of vibrant flowers.

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    Vintage. Everything doesn’t have to be matchy matchy.

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    Hannah Leah says:

    CANDYLAND. Assorted sweets, gums, marshmallows and mints in big jars with colorful lables. Ice-cream in sugar cones in holders. Big lollipops put inside vases. Cakepops tied together with ribbons. Cupcakes with colorful icing and sprinkles topped with a cherry. Candyfloss also, as if there aren’t enough sweeties! A red or pink striped tablecloth to set the scene. Dont forget the Eclairs of coarse! And cocktails to follow! ;)

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    I love farmhouse vintage!

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    My style is vintage or anything fun! These eclairs look amazing!

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    The last party treat I made was a layered carrot cake for Easter!

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    Last party treat I made was coordinating sugar cookies for my neighbor’s surprise party!

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    The last party treat I made was a beautiful giant cupcake cake for my 4 year old cousin’s birthday.

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    Christin says:

    The last party treat I made were ice-cream cone cupcakes for my son’s First Birthday!

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    I am a “picnic party” kinda mom-laid back.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Marie

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    Shabby chic for sure!

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    Vintage party with bright pastel colors!

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    I love the idea of a picnic party as well. That would just be such a cute idea and so fun too. The last party treat that I made were probably carrot cake cookies. They were delicious and they were gone way too fast.

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    The party theme that best suits me is a summer night BBQ with sangrias and watermelon.

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    romaseba says:

    Last party treat I made was animal shaped waffles :)

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    Am in the process of throwing a Day of the Dead party, and it really suits me, it’s really colorful and lively.

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    Amber Sadie says:

    I tend tot love vintage themes, but with an edgy twist. I like soft, girly pink things like glitter and ruffles and soft colors paired with things that look a little rougher. The perfect dessert table would look like a vintage pin-up girl in a ruffled pink apron with lots of lace, and colorful tattoos all over the place.

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    The last party treat I made were butterfly cupcakes for my niece’s baby shower. Thanks for the chance to win this fantastic-looking book!

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    I think simple but elegant. I really like the tailored look, so I try to go for clean lines.

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    colors….I love ombre designs

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    I love the idea of a table full of desserts all colors of the rainbow…..that would be a happy place to be!

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    I tweeted! (3boysmomee)

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    Whitnie T says:

    The last sweet(s) I made for a party was Cupcakes, Chocolate Dipped Oreos, Dipped Pretzel Stick, & Cake Pops!!

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    Dianna Belle says:

    How adorable! pink eclairs! I am not a ‘pink’ person per se, but those are so cute.
    I just threw my brand new hubby a party based around the guitar I gave him for his present (He is only 53, and wants to start the guitar??) Plates, napkins, hanging decor.. even the cake had a guitar on top. A few of the guests were asked to bring their guitars and play for a little bit. it ended up, with a sing-along happening right after dinner! It was fun! (although, the hubby doesn’t like surprises very much). Thank you so much for sharing!

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    a vintage party theme

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    The last party treat I made was baby boy onesie sugar cookies for my sister’s baby shower.

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    I made marshmallows for our Easter get together after buying your recommendation, Marshmallow Madness!

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    Emily G. says:

    The last birthday treat i made was homemade pretzels they were absolutely delicious fun and easy!!

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    Monica C. says:

    A dessert table Beach themed in aqua blues is the style party I would love to throw for any occasion!

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    I made cupcakes this weekend for my daughter’s party.

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    Jennifer Robinson says:

    A pastel vintage theme suits me lots of pretty pastel desserts with some pretty fresh flowers to make it look gorgeous! Your pink eclairs would be perfect for this :) So pretty! Xx

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    I made biker cookies and they were such fun and an absolute hit!!! I did Harley shields, hearts with wings, skull heads and pistols….all individually wrapped. Fun, fun, fun!!!

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    Stephanie says:

    The last treat I made for a party were caramel brownies, adn there wasn’t a speck left!

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    The last party treat I made were some sugar cookies, cut out and decorated like Mickey Mouse!

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    I tweeted about this giveaway as well!

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    Heather@Kids in the Sink says:

    The last party treat that I made and enjoyed so much were homemade oatmeal cream pies!

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    I made a cherry chocolate mousse cake last week! My party style is definately casual (I need some work in this area)

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    I also tweeted the giveaway- thanks

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    Amanda L. says:

    I think I would lean more toward the vintage themes.

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    last treat i made was cake pops

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    Susan Stelly says:

    Vintage for me. The last party treat for me was a cupcake.

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    The last party treat I made was pink old fashioned marshmallow squares in honour of my mom who made them for us as kids. Your eclairs are so delightful~!! I love anything pink;)

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    wow these look amazing!

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    I have to say that a vintage 50s polkadot/pink theme would suit me. I love colourful things and a table full of colourful treats would make my mouth dance!

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    a rainbow theme would fit

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    the last treat I made was chocolate chip cookies

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    I love having a mix between vintage and modern themes!

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    YUM! Eclairs have always been some of my favorite breakfast foods! I can’t wait to try this recipe!

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    You very much cater to my style… pretty and looks like it popped out of the tea table of a children’s book. Your ruffled cake was the inspiration for my daughter’s first birthday cake, and her baptism cake (in a slightly different incarnation).

    I would so love to win this, I definitely need some styling help and the recipes look delicious!

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    The last party treat I made was a corset cake for my sister’s lingerie party before her wedding! It turned out great and everyone loved it!

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    I think a dessert table that would best describe me would be filled with all kinds of miniature desserts. Tiny and sweet just like me. The last birthday treat I made was a funfetti French macaron recipe I made up as well as some coconut cupcakes decorated with sweetened coconut flakes and mini edible pearls :)

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    The last sweet treat my family and I enjoyed were Easter Leftover Cookies. I make a chocolate chip cookie dough recipe, but instead of the chocolate chips I use a whole bunch of smashed leftover Easter candy. So yummy!!

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    Just tweeted the giveaway!!!!

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    The last party theme I planned that I really enjoyed was a picnic themed bridal shower. The baked goods included a cake shaped like red and white checkered tablecloth with grass, food and ants crawling over it as well as a basket made out of bread.

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    The last party treat I made were elephant shaped sugar cookies for a baby shower. They were cute and tasty!

    Thanks for the chance!

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    Last party treat I had was blue velvet cupcakes for a 2 year old “shark” birthday. My party style is modern. I am going to order her book on Amazon since this looks great! I love the Orange theme! So cute!

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    Anything pink, sparkly and girly are the party themes I get most excited about! I would love to win this book! Thanks for the opportunity!

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    Julie P. says:

    The last party treat I made was a malted milk ball chocolate birthday cake for myself ( which I never do) I was devine

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    My party style is vintage modern, which to me means vintage with simplicity. Nothing frilly or fussy. This book looks awesome. I can’t wait to make the eclairs! Thanks!!

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    Just discovered your blog and I love it. I just made chocolate chip cookies but am planning to make over the next couple of months each and every one of your top ten reader’s choice recipe’s…all look amazing!

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    Definitely vintge/ pin-up party suits my personality! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    The last sweet treat I made AND enjoyed was Gooey Butter Cake. Growing up in the Midwest this is a must at all major family events and a neat treat to share with people who’ve never experienced it before. It certainly lives up to its name!

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    My style of parties are definitely low key parties with close friends along with anything vintage and elegant. :)

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    i’d want something fun, but kinda girly…some of us never grow up :)

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    Stephanie M. says:

    i simply cannot resist a rainbow theme. and in fact, the last party treat i made was a batch of rainbow jell-o shots.

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    These are pretty! They look fluffy and delicious. Looks like I need to pick up a copy of that cookbook!

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    Shaunna Ulrick says:

    vintage for my upcoming wedding is where it is at :)

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    I would call my table style classic with a twist. The last treat I made was a Charoltte cake with a layer of berry compote, lemon cremeux, and soaked in amaretto lady fingers, topped off with fresh whpped cream and berries.

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    The last party treat I made was my rocky road fudge. My coworkers love it!

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    a vinatge party of course…i live in a 102 year old victorian house

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    I like variety – So many bloggers have all these amazing yet different ideas and I find all of them inspiring! I don’t know if I’d be able to choose between a Parisian brunch themed or an Olivia the Pig themed party.. So many great ideas out there! And I like being able to try all different styles to mix it up :)

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    I love seasonal themes and I love Amy Atlas! For Easter, I made my husband’s favorite coconut cream pies.

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    The last party treat I made was my signature salted caramel filled nutella cookies. Yum.
    And I adore the mix of sweet vintage meets lace and tough burlap!

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    Last treat was a lemon cake, infused with lemon syrup, and topped with fresh raspberries & a light lemon glaze, for a friend’s birthday. It was a real hit & special since the lemons were organic, right from our back yard.

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    Most gatherings I go to are football themed. I make a variety of deviled eggs (chipotle, 4 pepper, classic, martini, etc.). Sweet wise, though, I am usually requested to make lemon bars, but I am gathering my chi and other energies to make a chocolate cake with salted caramel and ganache for an upcoming birthday. Thanks for your blog and the inspiration!

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    I love love your blog!!! :)
    I’m a sucker for anything girly and pink. This past weekend, I made cupcakes using the choco cake recipe. It was devine! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

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    Jennifer W says:

    The last party food I made was raspberry lemon cheesecake for a friend’s birthday. Yum!

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    The last treat I made was cake balls! They’re always super well-received!

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    I haven’t given much thought to themes, but the last treat(s) I made were your bakery-style vanilla cupcakes and chocolate chocolate chip cupcakes with bright yellow and red frosting, primary color sprinkles and Curious George flags for my son’s 5th birthday this past weekend. They looked pretty and got lots of compliments :)

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    Glynette says:

    The party style that would be suit me would be and elegant/modern style!

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    We have been doing a lot of kid birthday parties since I have two little girls, I love it! It is so much fun, like reliving my childhood again.

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    Jennifer says:

    The last birthday treat I made was Rosie’s dark chocolate cupcakes with nutella cloud frosting except I doubled the recipe and made it into a layer cake. Divine!

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    The last party dessert I made was individual cheesecakes in mini mason jars!i topped them with coconut whipped cream and raspberry sauce

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    I LOVE color so my style is rainbow all the way! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    i would say vintage :) i’m very excited about this giveaway!

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    I made some yummy pizza puffs – they were so easy and a huge hit with everyone!! My “party” style would probably be modern with touches of vintage . . . or anything kid-friendly as we have two little ones!

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    I made some pizza puffs that were a huge hit with everyone! If I don’t win, I might just have to buy the book myself!

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    Angela Willis says:

    A couple of weeks ago I did a Super Mario Brothers Party for my now 5-year old! I baked his cake using your choco choco recipe… (yum) then decorated it with frosting, chocolate ganache, and marshmallow fondant. I also made various colored meringue cookie “toads”, chocolate mustache pops, yellow chocolate stars, white chocolate wii controllers, and cake pops that looked like each one of the characters. Now I am working on my middle son’s party (in two weeks) with a TRON Legacy theme!!

    Angela Willis
    angelagwillis@comcast.net

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    Janelle King says:

    The last party treat I made was pink tuxedo cake.

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    I would have to say my parties definitely take on a vintage theme.

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    The last birthday I did was for a 79 year old lady from church. I made a white cake and filled with Chocolate Ganache and did a chocolate transfer of Bumble bees and then broke the chocolate into shards and surround the cake with them. I use bright colored micro fiber dish clothes for napkins and had silverware that matched the color of the napkins. For the napkin rings I use little spring cut outs that had different sayings. I like to take large flowered plates and epoxy bowls to the bottom to make my own cake stands. This book would come in handy. We have an evening service on the second Sunday of each month and I am in charge of food and arrangements.

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    I would say a color theme is more me…everything in pink pastel :)

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    my theme would be lots of bright colors!

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    I just made some peanut butter cupcakes and some white cupcakes with orange vanilla buttercream…they were both delish!! I wish though, that I had made these cute pink eclairs!!!

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    Pink. Pink and fluffy!!!

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    My last treat was lemon pull-apart bread. I’m in grad school and 8+ months pregnant and haven’t been cooking at all, but it was a rainy day and my need to bake something finally overwhelmed my thesis guilt. So tasty.

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    The last party treat I made was actually for a brunch. It was Joy the Baker’s Coffee Coffee Cake muffins. They were delicious!

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    The last treats I made were for some volunteers, as we spent the day furnishing a new apartment for a family moving from an abusive home. The triple chocolate almond cookies were a little treat for the hard but oh-so-rewarding work.

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    Rainbow theme is my kind of party!

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    Rainbow sounds so much fun. I adore color.

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    The last party treats I made were for my brother and his family, who welcomed their 5th child into the world. We celebrated with piña colada cupcakes.

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    The last pastry I had was a green tea cream puff from Beard Papa’s YUM.

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    The last party treat I made was a cake with yummy blue frosting for my niece’s 9th birthday.

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    I love to have a festive look to my parties and mix up my styles according to each party.

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    Nancy P. says:

    Favorite party would be a chocolate themed party!

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    I just made a birthday cake or my three year old granddaughter. It was a chocolate peanut butter and was very good.

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    i think a theme that matches me post would be a cute, preppy theme. :D

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    I like themes in bright colors! That book would be wonderful!

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    The last party treat I made was guacamole!

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    Vintage! All the way!

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    I bake desserts for a living….I am always open to fresh and pretty new ideas!

    I would also LOVE to have this book!

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    I love a party that have cute/childlike/fantasyland as a theme!! Its so adorable!

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    A party theme that would fit my personality would probably be something classic, but also fun. I like bright colors, but I don’t like outrageous busy patterns all over the place.

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    Last party was a Lego Ninjago party for the 7 year old. I’d love to have a more grown up party-victorian lace, fancy desserts, beautiful things in an old fashioned setting.

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    Rita - Greer, SC says:

    The last treats I made were Peanut Butter Pies and Mounds Cookies for my brother-in-laws birthday this past weekend.

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    Mariel T says:

    A vintage theme suits me best as i love lace and soft colours.

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    Melissa B. says:

    I made several treats for my son’s 6th birthday last weekend, but my favorite was the candied popcorn. :)

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    I am known for my rainbow recipes in my circle of friends :-)

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    I think I would like a vintage themed one the best :]

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    Very modern and there would definitely be eclairs! Oh and mini fruit pizzas, yum.

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    Sandra H. says:

    I think I would say Preppy would fit me best. My second choice would be vintage. I just did a baby girl shower and everything was pink!! It was so fun!

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    Sooo “Pretty In Pink” Rosie!…… Vintage totally!

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    I love jewel tones, so a jewel toned party would be awesome.

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    The last party treat I made was soccer themed cupcakes

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    Yesterday I made “My Baking Addiction”‘s Raspberry Peach Marshmallow Squares! They were absolutely wonderful!

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    Last party treat I made were mini M&M cookies for the kids and their cousins!

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    The last treat I made was oreo cupcakes for co-workers. They were delicious!

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    I love a vintage themed party!

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    Cindy Silva says:

    Eclectic and rainbow definitely describes my party style. Next on my to-do list is an Alice in Wonderland themed Tea Party :)

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    Aimee Warner says:

    I try to do Vintage themes 50′s or 60′s are my favourites.

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    The last party treat I made was a rainbow cake. :)

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    Cathy W-S says:

    I am in the middle of making (for a ‘Sweet Taste of Jefferson’ dessert/music event) Cappuccino cupcakes with a chocolate fudge center and cappuccino buttercream, topped with a music note candy piece in a dark chocolate. I’d love a copy of this book!!

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    Vintage party!

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    I made mini apple pies for my last Vintage party!

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    janie marie says:

    retro sixties and the last party treat I made was dark chocolate cake

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    I would love a modern/beach style and the treat I made was green mini cupcakes for St. Patty’s Day!!

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    Julia Haston says:

    The last thing I made for a party was a 6 layer rainbow cake for my neice’s 8th birthday! It was wonderful. I have 2 baby showers to plan in the next few months and I think this would really help!

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    The last party treat I made was chocolate cupcakes topped with chocolate buttercream!

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    Been a huge fan of your blog (and a fan of Amy’s!) for sometime now… The last party treat I made was a wide array of cookies for my sister’s bridal shoer – chocolate chip walnut; oatmeal raisin; decorated sugar cookies; double chocolate and more! It was wonderful. We displayed them on vintage cake stands and provided take away boxes for guests to enjoy their treats at home :)

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    The last party treats I made were a strawberry, a chocolate and a pound cake cupcake for my friend’s 25th birthday party

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    I just made cupcakes!

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    The last party treat I made were sugar cookies bars!

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    Magdeline Mendoza says:

    omg….I really really want to get this book, this is my dream! my next project is my daughter, 16 she love chocolate and the color blue, my last baking was yesterday for one of my daughter who turned 13 i made lemon cake,orange cupcake, orange cake pops,oreos covered with chocolate and my decoration was inspierd by the cover of Amy Atlas book.

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    Kimberly says:

    The last thing I made was a Cinderella birthday cake for my niece!

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    I’ve been really into vintage styles lately – I really want to plan a party around that inspiration!

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    I made Peeta’s Apple Tarts for a Hunger Games party I went to last week! Super cute, super yumm, and super fun!

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    I most recently made salted caramel chocolate chip cookie bars, and they were dubbed one of the best desserts I’ve ever made! So delicious!

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    I made the most smoothest and richest Flan this past weekend for a family party. Everyone raved over how delicious and rich it was.

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    The last party treat I made was a vanilla creme caramel. So soft and delicious :D

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    Most recently I created a sock monkey themed birthday party for my one year old. We made the cutest sock monkey cake and cookies. We even had banana pudding in miniature mason jars, they were so cute!

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    Whimsical would be the party theme which would fit me the best.

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    I tweeted about the contest.

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    Stephanie says:

    Most parties I throw are all about color!!

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    I love all things vintage!!! The last party treat I made was a cake for a 1 year old’s birthday…baseball themed! :)

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    I love vintage

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    The last party treat I enjoyed was a cupcake from my favorite local bakery.

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    I really like clean and traditional dessert tables with a central theme! The last treat I made was a chocolate chip banana cake with cream cheese frosting for Easter!

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    Laura A. says:

    Themed parties are always exciting, my favorite so far has been a civil war ballroom dance.

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    my sister made a chocolate cake and i iced it with an open star tip. pretty.

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    I love a good vintage theme! It can be so fun and pretty!

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    I made almond cake. I asked for this for my b-day April 12 and didn’t get it. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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    I think I would have to say party style is like Retro because my son’s birthday parties are like a throw back to my birthday parties as a kid. The last thing I made were vegan rocky road cupcakes with ninja cookie toppers!!!

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    I like bright color themed parties

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    Anything pretty!
    The last amazing sweet I made was a chocolate espresso Dacquoise – it was amazing, easy (if time consuming) and got rave reviews – pretty and delicious!

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    Christine says:

    I recently made candy bar cheesecake. The eclairs look fantastic- can’t wait to make them!

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    Rosie, amazing photos! I love the colour of the icing! If my personality had a theme party in its honor, it would have to be quirky-nerdy!

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    I just tweeted! [@iheartcookies]

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    Jennifer says:

    I love vintage and whimsical parties.

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    Those eclairs look wonderful. They would be perfect for my favorite theme would be vintage with pastel colors.

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    I made a cupcake bouquet for my boss’ birthday and EVERYTHING was done in pink!

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    Pound cake!

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    the last party treat I made was my own birthday cake! I made a lemon & honey cake with roasted beet cream cheese frosting, topped with chopped pistachios and lemon zest! It was so yummy and I served it at our housewarming, so it was extra fun and special served with champagne!

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    Karen Lynch says:

    A cuisine theme is a lot of fun, Mexican, Cajun, Italian.

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    tweeted! thanks Rosie for giving us a chance to win!

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    Definately “Eclectic”!

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    Karen Lynch says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway.

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    The last party treat I made were cupcakes in a jar.

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    80′s theme!

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    I absolutely love your eclairs! They are perfect because I am allergic to chocolate so it always saddens me when I see pretty little desserts covered with chocolate! This recipe gives me the perfect alternative :)
    And the last and a very delcious party dessert I had was a mini butter tart cheesecake made by my aunt

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    My type of party theme would be vintage/shabby chic!! Those pink eclairs look so good!! :)

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    I would say my go to style is easy, breezy. I love simple dishes in pretty colors and minimalist flowers. It really lets the food shine.

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    Donna Carroll says:

    I enjoy any child’s theme. It is such fun to watch their excitement as the decorations take shape.

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    Stephanie says:

    I recently made bite-size chocolate cupcakes decorated with raspberry or espresso buttercream! delicious :)

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    Whenever I make caramel popcorn its a huge hit! Trying my hand at whoopie pies for book club Im hosting tomorrow night!

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    I would have to say my parties definitely take on a rustic/vintage theme.

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    The most recent party treat I made was Picky Palate’s Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies – yum! Thank you for hosting this giveaway! :)

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    I love love your blog!
    I’m a sucker for anything girly and pink. This past weekend I made cupcake using the choco cake recipe you posted. It was devine! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

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    The last party treat I made was toffee’s with hundreds and thousands sprinkles on top. It was some good nostalgia for me!

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    I think vintage parties suit my personality. I would love to throw a Mad Men era party. I love the 50s-60s

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    Nicole Marie says:

    The last party treat I made was for our good-bye/ugly easter bonnet/Last Supper party at work (we are in the process of moving our store to a different spot in the mall after 11 yrs). It was my “famous” lemon cake with lemon buttercream and lemon cream cheese filling… it was great tasting, but it broke down the middle. oh well, it helped with cutting.

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    The theme of any party that suits me is floral. anything with beautiful wildflowers takes my breath away.
    it makes everything so much better. (:

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    fun and wild!

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    the last party treat i made was a tye dye cake for my friend bday. she had a cake party and everyone had to bring a cake!

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    Definitely vintage themed dessert table imagine the colorful flowers and table setting with matching tea cups! heaven!:):)

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    i tweeted! (@itsmegenesisss)

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    I party that suits my personality is definitely a girly “pink” party! which keeping in mind these pink eclairs would be great for, but for the last party treat i made little pink macarons YUM!

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    Whimsical Faerie Party is me.

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    Definitely vintage!

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    Last party was A surprise party for my sis .i like preppy ……

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    For my last party I made these delish pan au chocolate. Everyone went crazy for them! I’d love to win Amy’s book! She does such beautiful work!

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    Nicole Nicolso says:

    I made two croquembouche trees for my dads 40th, the first time I had made choux pastry, toffee and the filling… Really enjoyed making them and loved seeing the finished product. They were a massive hit with the guests and tasted delicious…

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    Definitely vintage! We have a great collection of Depression Glass, vintage silverware, candlesticks, and linens.

    Your eclairs are divine – they would be perfect for a Baby Shower!

    Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful book!

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    We just made chocolate crackles, a great treat from my childhood.

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    I made matryoshka cookies and cake a couple of weeks ago for the birthday party

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    I made the day before yesterday for my husband’s name day Chocolate Cupcakes filled with Nutella and Nutella Buttercream frosting!

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    I am such a country girl, and yet still girly…I love anything that incorporates country and vintage (and sans pink! I’m not that girly!). Definitely anything rustic.

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    I think the perfect dessert table for my personality would be vintage themed, with lots of purple! I would love to win the book and I tweeted about it too!

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    I think the dessert table for my personality would be 50s themed and have lots of pink and purple treats! I would love to win the book, and I tweeted about it too!

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    I’m definitely all about a girlie display. Pinks and lacy stuff and sprinkles all the way. :) I’m currently making (actually in the process of assembling tomorrow), your rainbow cake with your swiss meringue buttercream! Now if I could only get my photography to look as good as yours! :D

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    Pink eclairs? What’s not to love – these are SO you :-)

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    Because I am a huge nerd, I would love to plan a superhero party! But it has to be just for adults! Maybe with some Dark Knight shots :P

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    I love anything pink!! Doesn’t matter what style, just as long as it’s pink!

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    Vintage would be so much fun to try!

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    My last party treat was tiramisu (with extra dose of Kahlua and Bailey’s). The alcohol was not very strong, actually it was a nice balance to the sweetness and creaminess. Yum..!

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    Oh, I’d love to win this book!

    I recently made my own version of ‘Eton Mess’ for a dinner party using sweet mangoes, candied macadamia nuts, vanilla bean whipped cream, and chunks of old fashioned doughnuts. Okay, so it’s nothing like an Eton Mess…but it was delicious!

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    For my son’s 8th birthday I made a WWE (wrestling) birthday cake with the wrestling ring and the championship belts. He loved it!

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    The last party treat I made was homemade banana pudding in cute little mason jars. Yummy and fun!

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    Made cake push pops and they were a big hit!

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    Definitely the pastel party would be the one for me!

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    The last party treat I made for an actual party (not just because I wanted to make it) was a black forest cake for my husband’s birthday.

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    I like a more classic/elegant style for a dessert table!

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    I tweeted “I want to win a copy of @amyatlas ’s amazing new book, Sweet Designs, from @Sweetapolita!” @ceilidhsmith

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    Eleanor Rodway says:

    The last party treat I savored were chocolate chip cookie dough peanut butter cups! Oh how delicious they were!!!

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    The last party treat I made (and enjoyed) was a red velvet cake with whipped white chocolate frosting and I would love to do a pretty in pink theme for my sweet girls 3rd birthday.

    Oh I so hope I win!

    Off to tweet . . .

    Emma :)

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    I just tweeted!!!!

    I want to win a copy of @amyatlas ’s amazing new book, Sweet Designs, from @Sweetapolita!

    @EmSwanston

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    Karey Hideg says:

    I made Angry Bird cupcakes for my son’s birthday – they were a hit!

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    Ashlie Kerr says:

    The theme that suits me best is elegant shabby chic, and the last party treat I made were 60+ cupcakes and iced cupcake cookies for my daughter’s birthday party.

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    Wow this is fantastic – would love to win it too.

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    Cristina B says:

    The last party treat that I made was a tuxedo cake!

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    One of my favorite party desserts I made was a pumpkin pie cookie dough truffle pop in the fall!

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    Depending on my mood, I would say modern or vintage. Last sweet I made was an orange chiffon cake with italian buttercream. Yum!

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    Venetrise says:

    The last dessert I made was a cherry vanilla cake.

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    A garden party!

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    Awesome giveaway! I’d go for a vintage rockabilly party table! :o)

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    This morning I made 7 layer bars for a work treat.

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    fitzwoman says:

    Carrot cupcukes with cream cheese frosting.

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    Robin Christine says:

    My favorite type of party is a family party! I love the days when I was a little girl and my Mom and Dad would do those extra things to make my birthday so special! Mom made a special birthday cake, which I picked out. Then Dad would decorate the cake with pictures of me and my sisters in a ton of different colors.

    The last party that I made a treat for was my husband’s Grandparents 50th anniversary party. I made a huge vanilla cake with poured fondant on top and a ton of chocolate ganache cupcakes. What a way to celebrate 50 years!

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    Circus!!!! Fun and colorfull

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    The last party treat I made (and enjoyed!) was a Black Midnight Chocolate cake for my nephew’s 4th birthday party just a couple weeks ago. His party was a construction theme, so the cake had a backhoe, dump truck, and other “construction” equipment/signs. He loved it!

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    I tweeted!!:)

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    weefibee says:

    It has to be vintage themed, to give me an excuse to add to my collection cake stands and old finds! I just wish my party treats looked as good as my plates… x

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    I would have to say a spring time theme would be my favorite. I made white chocolate cupcakes for my mom’s birthday.

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    I would have to say girly and frilly!

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    My last party treat was raspberry lemonade bars from annies-eats.com. They were amazing, and it didn’t hurt that they were a lovely shade of pink :)

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    Sweet! Thank you for sharing.

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    I love vintage table themes, complete with old fashioned cakes and pastries and antique dishes.

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    The last party treat I had was ice cream.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Yvonne Winters says:

    These eclairs are adorable!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

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    I love pretty dessert tables. Usually with one or two color schemes.

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    the last treat i made was paula deen’s strawberry cake for my daughter in law’s sister’s birthday. i even made a batch of bakerella’s famous cake balls since i had leftover icing and yellow cake mix in the kitchen. everything came out great for her birthday celebration. have a great day. love your blog.

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    Melissa C. says:

    Vintage!

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    I like a simple table – not too fussy!

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    I recently made a caramel cake which was delicious. My style depends on the occasion and my mood. I am planning my daughters 4th birthday party, and plan to make these eclairs! That table will be ‘fancy’ and ‘pink’ in honor of her favorite characters ‘fancy Nancy’ and ‘Pinkalicious’.

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    TiffanyBlue says:

    I would say I am classic with a twist. Anything homemade—I am a fan!

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    the color of that frosting is so gorgeous!! love it!

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    Hi Rosie,
    My last celebration was my daughter’s 8th birthday party where I made your rainbow cake and she decorated it with rock and roll items as per her theme. Also made over 100 cupcakes (red velvet/cream cheese icing, your vanilla cupcake recipe with pink swiss meringue buttercream , chocolate with blue “whipped cream” flour icing and a Italian rainbow cookie inspired cupcake with chocolate ganash – of course they all had lots of sprinkles). The take home “goody bags” were a cupcake box that held 4 cupcakes (one of each flavor) with rock and roll items placed on top. It was so much fun and am already wondering how I’m going to top this celebration! Maybe Sweet Designs can help! Thank you. Jayne

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    For sure it would have to be a Cherry themed dessert table for obvious reasons :-)

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    anything with a lime green theme, or pigs. yeah…that would be me.

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    Vintage/Shabby Chic/Garden Party!

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    tweeted

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    My perfect party table would have a woodland theme! Lots of natural wooden stands, crisp white linen… and dozens of woodland-themed treats!

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    I tweeted =)

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    And the last “celebration” will be the welcome of our new family member, a little puppy we’ll pick up from her foster family this weekend, that’s why I’m baking dog shaped cookies and decorate them.

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    “What type of party/dessert table theme best suits your personality?” (eg. modern, preppy, vintage, superhero, rainbow, etc.)

    When I was younger, FELINE would of been my theme..but now….it is Western, with Horses and Donkey’s as an accent.

    “What was the last party treat you made (or enjoyed)?

    The last party treat I made were my home made carmels…YUmmm!

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    Lacey Montney says:

    I love all themes depending on what has inspired me at the time. The last party treat I made and enjoyed was your rich and ruffled celebration cake but I tortes it with homemade vanilla custard and flavored the SMBC with vanilla bean paste and left it it’s natural color do it was this creamy white with beautiful vanilla bean specks.

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    Haven’t made them yet, but tonight I’m doing chocolate cupcakes with a salted caramel buttercream for my birthday tomorrow!

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    Party theme well I’d love a good old fashion tea party girly and cute!! But this year the little cupcake is getting a first birthday theme of hello kitty!! Lol

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    Oh btw I tweeted I’d so love to win this! Good luck everyone! And keep up the good work I love your blog it inspires me everyday to try new things!!!!

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    The last party treat I made is called dirt cake! Essentially vanilla pudding/cream cheese/Cool Whip mixture layered with crushed Oreos in a trifle bowl. Pretty and delicious!

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    Classic and eclectic! Last treats – red velvet whoopie pies with cream cheese frosting. Love to incorporate candy when decorating the table – a big hit no matter what age the guests.

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    Tri-colored cookies! Soooo delicious!

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    I would love to have a crime scene/CSI/forensics lab themed dessert table. I am in to all that type of stuff so much and I think that it would be fun to see what I or someone else could come up with for this theme.

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    A travel party

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    I tend to make simple, classic desserts (and almost always something chocolate).

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    I love modern vintage dessert tables amongst many others, and the last treat I made were vintage baby girl gown decorated cookies for a Christening event.

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    Cynthia Rathunde says:

    Last party treat I made was a squirrel sugar cookies.

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    My party theme would best be simple elegance. Now my recent fav for a party treat is homemade angel food cake with strawberries and homemade lemon curd – had it for a lunch time party at work today – YUMMY!

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    Claudia S says:

    I like red, black and white parties, classic? I don’t know what kind will be that. LOL. Thank you for the chance to win.

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    I love rainbow themed parties. I’m drawn to all the bright and fun colors.

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    Kari Sunnarborg says:

    Pink elegance would be my dessert table theme!

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    Ashley A. says:

    I’d love to win this book! It’s a must for planning birthday parties and showers!

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    I made cakepops a few weeks ago! It was a bit messy, but yummy!

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    Elizabeth says:

    for my friends birthday, i made my sister’s browned butter chocolate chip cookies!

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    I would love a pastel vintage candy bar filled with sweet treats. I made chocolate chip cookies last weekend and they were great!

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    I’d probably do a romantic spread, with rich flavours like chocolate!

    The last party treats I made were my own birthday cupcakes: Guinness chocolate cake with Bailey’s ganache and Bailey’s cream cheese frosting (recipe adapted from smitten kitchen)! OMG, SOOOO amazing!

    Non-bakers think I’m crazy, but I’m sure you understand the temptation to make your own birthday cake!

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    I tweeted :)

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    By the way, thanks for being the only blog to offer this giveaway to Canadian readers! We get NO love!

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    My favorite party table theme is jungle.

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    I would say I’m a modern or preppy type party person!

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    Last party treat I made was a bunch of mini muffins for a brunch.

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    I just hosted an English afternoon tea. The most popular item I mad was a Victoria Sandwich Cake.

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    Probably modern. The last treat i made was lemon bars!

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    Last party treat I made: a s’mores cookie cake and banana cupcakes with chocolate ganache!

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    I made Irish Cream Caramel cupcakes for my book club!

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    The party theme that would best fit my personality is Disney! In particular, Daisy Duck and Donald Duck. My name is Daisy and my boyfriend does an awesome Donald impersonation.

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    My style right now would be a pajama party – - sad but true.

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    My last dessert made was brownie bites… Yummy

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    I like a vintage look party.

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    I just made some yummy lemon cupcakes for teacher appreciation week at school!
    I really want to try macaroons next!
    And I love a great vintage-y party theme too!
    Or black and white fancy parties!

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    Natalie Alt says:

    Is chocolate a theme?? Last treats I made were for my hubby’s birthday, cheesecake, decorated sugar cookies and black bottom cupcakes.

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    I love vintage. My daughter’s wedding shower was done vintage. Everyone loved it!

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    Vanessa Fisher says:

    My party theme is very colorful with lots of bling!! And my favorite colors are hot pink and purple.

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    The last party treat I made was cupcakes with yummy buttercream frosting!

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    Vintage and whimsical is my most favorite dessert table theme.

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    Krista Forry says:

    Party style that is most like me is garden/rustic.

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    The last thing I made was a chocolate cake last weekend! But I’m really excited to make soft pretzels tonight to celebrate National Pretzel Day tomorrow!!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I also tweeted about the giveaway!

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    The last party treat I made was lemon cupcakes with a lemon cream cheese frosting, they were a hit!

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    I love a shabby chic/rustic type of table, it suits me best!

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    I’d love a peacock themed dessert table!

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    I love country/cowboy type things, so I’d love to do a party with daisies in old milk jars, paisley napkins & bbq. It would be cozy & homey in a big way

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    The last party treat I made were cherry pie pops. Absolutely delicious & a total hit!

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    Adrienne says:

    I love anything vintage!! The last party treat I made was tiny heart sugar cookies (like less than and inch tiny!) for my valentines day party!

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    Christina says:

    I think my style is girly I love pink and any girly aspects of a party!

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    Key lime pie! Fyi never try getting 2/3s of a cup of juice out of key-limes… unless you have a lot of time on your hands…

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    Hayley L. says:

    Definitely modern—with clean lines and classic colors!

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    My first thought was a vintage-theme tea party straight from a classic tale w/ chairs carved & painted like Alice in Wonderland characters. Cookies that are colored like playing cards, scones, macaroons, and of course these pretty-in-pink eclairs!

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    Anjanette says:

    My nieces love the game Candyland, so a Candyland themed party or dessert table would be so fun!

    The last party treat I made was a Bunny shaped cake for Easter. The kids and the adults loved it.

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    Deb Van Dyk says:

    When it comes to color, how can you pick just one? My style would have to be some form of rainbow. Maybe bright and shiny, maybe soft and pastel. My last treat was a disappointing Piña Colada bar(definitely not pineapple-ey enough). The traditional Dutch almond bar was a delightful success.

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    The last party treats I made were cakes for our Admin Prof. Party. :) I love to bake up treats for people.

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    An old fashioned ice cream social. The last treat I made was a huge pan of frosted sugar cookie bars

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    Beth Rodkey says:

    layer cake: chocolate cake, white chocolate frosting, raspberry jam and fresh raspberries covered in giant pink sugar, it was amazing!

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    I’m a modern girl. Last thing I made would have been Eiffel Tower cookies … however it was a big fat fail – back to the drawing board.

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    I tweeted – @LiciousFood

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    It seems like I’m baking for school functions left and right: Teacher baby showers, teacher appreciation, book parties, etc.

    I would love a classic, vintage table!

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    The last treat I made was lemon bars this morning. I’m in a baking frenzy here for the bake sale at my son’s preschool. I love a vintage look with old tablecloths, mismatched tea cups and lots of cake plates.

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    Vicki Rintz says:

    My favorite party would be vintage themed. This book looks wonderful!

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    Stephanie says:

    I love the vintage dessert table themes! They are so adorable and cute. The last party treat I made was a red velvet cake and vanilla cake pops for my friend’s baby shower.

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    I want a rainbow party SO badly. I made Whisk Kid’s Super Epic Rainbow cake for my (28th…yes, 28th) birthday and I frequently scour Etsy for Rainbow Party Printables…

    …but I saw the Preppy page in Amy’s book and what’s not to love about hot pink and navy??

    The last party treats I made was my first attempt at decorated sugar cookies using Our Best Bite’s tutorial on using glace icing… I’m not normally a cookie girl, but I ate A LOT of those…

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    I would like a more classic/Mad Men type theme.

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    I guess I’d call my style classic…I’m thinking white tablecloth and setting with pastels thrown in – some pink teacups, light green flowers, lavender…

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    Tiffany S. says:

    The last party treat I made was creamsicle macarons for a citrus themed baby shower I hosted. They were divine! I’m a vintage preppy kind of event girl.

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    Tiffany S. says:

    I retweeted the message above with handle @inspiringfun

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    definitely modern – i love clean lines and patterns!

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    Heartwings says:

    I love tea parties with bite-size cakes and such. Anything that makes one feel special.

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    Love the pink eclairs!

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    The last party table/ cake I did was an Olivia the Pig theme but I can’t wait to create an excuse to make the amazing rainbow doodle cake and all the other incredible rainbow treats around!

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    I love a vintage party!

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    Im all about vintage and delicate lace! :)

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    Don’t know if it fits MY personality, but it fits necesseity! I’ve got boys, so the ideal party/dessert table would definitely be superhero!

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    The last party treat I enjoyed was savory – it was a dip with some sort of cream cheese bottom, covered in bacon, cheddar cheese and bbq sauce. Delish! My favorite party theme would be flowery

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    I had a Rock N Roll Tea Party for my little 5 y.o. I’d love to see what Amy would do with it.

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    The last party treat I made was a variety of mini cheesecakes. Yummy!

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    I love whimsical and polka dots! The last party treat I had was Chubby Hubby bars from Cookies and Cups!

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    A Vintage party!

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    The last party treat I made was a birthday cake for my Mom. It looked like a terracotta pot with dirt and flowers! It was a big hit and I had a lot of fun making it, too :)

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    Mine would have to be vintage themed! I want this book so badly, everything in it looks amazing

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    The last party treat I made was a rainbow cake.

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    Monique Laura says:

    I prefer a modern dessert table.

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    I would go for the vintage, girly party. I have two little girls! My second is about to celebrate her first birthday, so pink and white stripes, pink lemonade, pink cake-pops… maybe I’d throw in a bunch of rainbow sprinkles to make it really festive.

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    I made adorable Baby Shower Cookies.

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    The last party treat I had was strawberry cake pops decorated like dibbies – little chicks – for Easter. They were as delicious as they were cute!

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    The last party treat I had was triple chocolate brownies made for my secretary for the awesome job she does everyday!

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    Let see, the last treat I made were your deeelicious chocolate cupcakes with nutella cloud frosting. So good! I seriously had a stomach ache and all I could think of was how much I was craving one of those cupcakes.

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    jennifer says:

    i have a fun., vibrant , colorful style. the last thin i made was some chocolate chip cookies for a party. everyone loved them.. it was a jaque torres recipe

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    I am currently baking your recipe for raspberry meringue rose cookies for a shabby chic themed fair to raise money for the Kauai United Way. They look so cute (the batter tasted fab)! I will also be re-making white velvet cupcakes (from The Cake Bible) and turning them into strawberry shortcakes for the occasion :)

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    I would love to throw a vintage afternoon tea party to the tune of Alice in Wonderland. Actually, any tea party themed to any of one my favourite books would be fine.
    My last party treat made were Oreo truffles. They are so easy to theme.
    Really love your gorgeous blog, Rosie!

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    Picnic style! And Peanut Butter cookies as per Mamaw’s recipe.

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    danielle says:

    i don’t know if it suits my personality per se, but i’d love to throw a paula-deen-inspired party! yum yum yum

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    Theresa T says:

    Oh, by far my favorite design is vintage-y polka dots and retro-looking party pieces…the last party food I made was a toasted rocky road tiered rice crispy cake :)

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    Move over Martha….here comes Amy! I would love, love, love this book! I’m all about the girly themes. The prettier & frillier (is that even a word?), the better! Oodles of thanks for the amazing opportunity! XOOX

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    I’be been on a cookie kick lately and have decorated almost 200 cookies this past week.

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    My favorite theme would be Victorian tea table – scones, tiny cookies, and a gorgeous cake. I just bought a dome covered glass cake stand yesterday ($6 at Goodwill!!) and I’ll be making & displaying your Campfire Delight Cake on it for my husband’s birthday next week!

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    The last party treats I made were for the baby shower my younger sister and I threw for my older sister. I made cute cupcakes – simple chocolate and white with pink and green frosting, fruit salsa and cinnamon/sugar chips, and my favorite – oreo truffles on a stick that I turned into little baby girl heads. I used mini muffin liners for a bonnet, tied a string around the stick to finish off the bonnet look, added eyes, a nose, mouth and little curls with edible marker and used a butterfly sprinkle for a little bow. The guests loved them! So much fun and so easy to make!

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    Sandra K. M. says:

    The last party treats I made were DJ themed cupcakes for a friend’s son. They loved them!

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    I’m going to go with the preppy theme as my favorite. But I also think I’d like modern and vintage, and superhero just because that sounds really fun! Also, the last party treat I made was chocolate peanut butter fudge. Mmm. :)

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    Definitely preppy style! I love a good collared shirt!

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    I like the idea of using repurposed things for a cute party theme – like vintage tins as vases, mason jars for glasses… so cute!

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    The last party treat I made/enjoyed was definitely a chocolate cupcake filled with marshmallow cream topped with nutella buttercream! Yum.

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    I tweeted the message!

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    Whimsical Vintage, if there is such a thing =)

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    the last party treat i made were vanilla cupcakes with a buttercream frosting and extra sprinkles of course!!!

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    I would be classic chic if that’s an option! I love bright and fun colors but with a mix of classic simplicity! I want this book!:) how exciting!

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    The last party I planned–and enjoyed–was a baby shower for my sister-in-law. The theme was onesies (we had a onesie shaped cake & cookies and decorated onesies, etc). The color scheme was aqua, white & brown.

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    My favorite party style is more vintage inspired. I love an old world feel with modern elements. My last treet I enjoyed was tiramisu. Yum!

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    The most fitting theme for me is vintage. The last fabulous treat I had was at my little nephew’s first birthday party-red velvet cupcakes.

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    The last party treat I made was your chocolate pink ruffle cake. It was a huge hit! The pink eclairs look lovely for an upcoming bridal shower. Thanks for the recipe!

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    sharon mcshane says:

    My parties are usually vintage inspired I guess because I am vintage!

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    The last party treat I made was a batch of decorated onesie sugar cookies for a co-worker’s daughter’s baby shower. They were so fun and sweet! I love making cookies.

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    Firstly, I love your blog. It is pretty, your content flows and you have amazing recipes (I’ve made five recipes from your blog and they came out perfect).

    The type of party/dessert table theme that best suits my personality would be art deco. I am a modern girl when it comes to technology but I love all things 1920s & 1930s. I’m in the process of planning a 1930s event featuring…you guessed it…sweets and this book would help me out so much!!!

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    hmm I’d have to say my theme is classy, cute and vintage. I made some blackberry buttercream chocolate cupcakes for easter with candied pansies. They were pretty!

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    Vintage theme

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    A dessert table that best describes my personality is a chocolate dessert table. I LOVE chocolate and a chocolate themed dessert table would fit my personality not just because I love chocolate so much but also because chocolate is the perfect comfort food, and that is my character- the friend who loves to comfort others who are in need.

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    My last treat I made was cake pops! Just can’t get enough of those little sweets!

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    vintage

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    Just this week, I made tiny almond tarts filled with lemon curd and topped with a violet. So pretty!

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    Cathy H. says:

    I guess it depends on how you define “treat” – the last party I took 7 layer Greek dip (from ThreeManyCooks blog) and it was a big hit!

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    I think a rainbow party would be awesome! But I also really want to try the pastel section in here!

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    A vintage party theme would definitely suit me best! I would love to have everyone dress 50′s style!

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    I never have a party theme.. Maybe I should. The pink eclairs look great!

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    Ashleigh says:

    I like a dessert table with bright colors that POP!!!! Something about a colorful display makes me smile!

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    Americanized Indian :)…with colors like a rainbow threw up on the table !!

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    My party style depends on the occasion, but I like to keep it classic & simple. The last party treat I made was a 4 layer Vanilla Cake with Strawberry cream frosting for my Mother-in-law who just turned 95yr.

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    My party theme would have to be rainbow =]

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    Laís Gomes Marcolongo says:

    The type of dessert table theme that best suits my personality is a good and old style, rustic or vintage. I cant’ resist anything!

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    Jill Hampton says:

    I love all parties! I collect themes and try to copy them from different blogs. The last party I thru was just recently my husband and I renewed our marriage vows of 19 years. The cake said 19 and counting! lol

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    My party type is more of a farm vintage. I utilize things I find at garage sales, auctions and other places to incorporate into my sweet displays. I actually did all the food items for my daughter’s bridal shower. I made a rosette cake with vanilla bean cake and strawberry raspberry basalmic filling and buttercream icing, painted decorated cookies, and chocolate covered strawberries.

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    The last party treats I made were for a Bookworm themed baby shower at my daughter’s school!
    Seventy-five cupcakes (lemon, strawbeery, and golden vanilla with cream cheese frosting)arranged to look like bookworms.

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    Love your blog – and photos, tutorials… I actually spend so much time looking at the blogs of other people, I have less time to make things myself. But, I always have good intentions. I can’t even imagine making so many things at once that I would even set up a display table… but I would love to try! I hope I win a copy of Amy’s book!

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    I just made chocolate raspberry cupcakes with butterflies on top! This book looks awesome!

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    the last party treat I made was chocolate mint cupcakes with mint buttercream frosting. mmmm

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    such a cute blog!
    i would probably have a rainbow themed party ^__^

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    Last dessert I made that I enjoyed was peanut butter and chocolate rice crispy treats!

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    I think my style would be vintage! The last major party I did was my sister’s wedding … where I did her cupcakes plus a bunch of desserts. That party was more modern than vintagey … but that’s my sister!

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    Beautiful eclairs. I would love a vintage/ tea time table design. Probably outdoors with some natural items like wooden cake stands.

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    I love retro desserts from the 50s and 60s. My mum had this old cookbook from when she was first married, and it’s full of the brightest hand-coloured pictures of blancmanges and jellies and cakes imaginable. I hope I win the book!

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    Wow those look great ! i would say the last memorable party thing i made was a lemon lavendar cheesecake. it was really really good !

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    I love the vintage style with all kinds of cute swirly details and rustic looking materials, but I’m not sure if I could pull it off.

  579. 582

    Party theme that best suits my personality would be a beautiful white or pastel colors beach gathering.

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    Jennifer Alexander says:

    I like a mix of vintage/shabby chic with a touch of modern preppy.

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    The last party I did was my daughter’s bridal shower. I love the vintage theme and all things done in pastels. I am definitely getting this book and ever since I stumbled onto your blog, I am addicted. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    The last treat I made was lemon tea cakes. I am more of a classic or vintage personality.

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    I love a classic party with beautiful flowers. Flowers brighten any table!

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    I love vintage style with a mix of modern. Hobnail Milk Glass, Blue Ball Jars and modern prints like Chevron and Ikat. Perfect mix!

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    Lynn Rosik says:

    Last dessert I made for a party was Yellow Cupcakes with Chocolate frosting. I love elegant party themes.

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    I love to entertain. Right now I am planning a beach birthday party with my granddaugher for her 13th birthday. We are making bite size desserts.

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    The last party treat I made was Ina Garten’s Beatty’s chocolate cake.

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    The last treat I made was a funfetti layer cake topped with every single kind of sprinkle I have, for my husband’s birthday!

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    I would say modern b/c i like the clean lines and simple colors

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    Robin Torres says:

    Mine is the cutsey-bakery-with lots of pastels design.

    Last party treat were macarons!

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    Katryna Robinson says:

    The last party treat I made was pigs in a blanket! Not too sweet, but I made mini brownies to go with!

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    I love a vintage table. My grandmother left me some beautiful deep rose, cut crystal wine glasses that always look amazing with a white lace tablecloth and silver serving dishes.

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      I just Tweeted too, but my tweets are private so I’m not sure if y’all can see them even though I follow both of you! @ellepalm

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    Mirtha Hernandez says:

    hmm… I’ve never thought about what my usual theme is… is “homey” a theme? I usually make everything from scratch.

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    Those eclairs looks so delicious! My party theme/dessert table would have to be vintage. I collect old silverware and serving pieces. I really wish people would bring back nice dinner parties where people had pretty things on display

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    I would love to have a outside pool party at dusk. With candles and lanterns lite and tables one for your fancy drinks and glasses to match. Desert table cause I love to try sweets. Cookies, cupcakes with bright frosting and vase of flowers to match with candles on table. I love Eclairs but never had a decent recipe to try. This one going in my book to teach my daughter so she can pass down to the family to come!

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    Aubrey Knudson says:

    Those look Delicious!
    I was wondering what your altitude is?
    I live in a very high altitude area and was wondering if i should adjust recipes for cakes?

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    The last treat I made was Chocolate Orange with Chocolate Cointreau ganache. They were definitely popular :)

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    The most recent party treat I made were Elmo Cupcakes: German chocolate with a Nutella center for my younger sister’s birthday!

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    A nice, crisp, clean modern theme with a hint of 50s vintage completely suits my personality and the last party treat I made where chocolava cookies – delicious low-fat brownie cookies, they’re always a hit!

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    The last party treat I made was a super fudgy super chocolate brownie and my good pal and I indulged ourselves by finishing the entire thing. What a great after exam party we had!

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    My favorite get together is Modern with style. I love eclairs.

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    Pink, pink and more pink! Some pink flamingos for a fun summer-themed party!! :)

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    Katie Broke says:

    I tweeted

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    Katie Broke says:

    My favourite party theme is starry (because my twin sister and I both love stars). The combination of dark blue and gold can be both childish and sophisticated and is so much fun to make.

    The last party treat I enjoyed was layered rhubarb and rosewater fool in these gorgeous multicoloured goblets. Just right for the sun finally coming out over London.

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    Elizabeth says:

    A cross between modern and vintage.

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    Vintage…..tons of lace and flowers! I made a red velvet cake and peanut butter brownies.

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    I love a bright and colourful party table :) I am working on a batman theme next….actually I should be party planning rather than blog browsing!

    Really wishing I had a pink eclair right now!!

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    I would enjoy a preppy party theme! The last party I threw had the theme of grumpy old men! It was so much fun!

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    I would love a vintage inspired treat table!! Can’t wait to try the eclair recipe :)

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    First let me say that the eclairs are beautiful……
    I must try them soon. I would say I like the vintage displays and desserts. But, I usually consider who the baking and party is for to direct my theme.
    The last party I had was just this past Wednesday. My step-son and little grand-daughter were visiting from out of town, so we had the family over for dinner. For dessert, I made fudge brownies with chocolate malted frosting.

  611. 615

    I like to keep people guessing so my theme or “feel” is always different. If I had to choose one that best fits me I would have to say anything fun, colorful and childlike! ;)

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    Jessica sock well says:

    I’m a vintage country girl from Alabama, so mini banana moon pies would b on my dessert line up!

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    My personality is more modern, classic, clean lines, in varying shades of gray, white, and black

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    the last party treat we made was individual cheesecakes in mason jars. We topped it off with coconut whipped cream and a homemade raspberry sauce! It was delicious!

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    I Tweeted: ”I want to win a copy of @amyatlas ’s amazing new book, Sweet Designs, from @Sweetapolita

    Twitter Name: MeganSmiles

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    The last treat I made was for a Sweet 16 Party. I made vanilla cupcakes with swirls of pink butter cream frosting. I also made home-made ice cream sandwiches. I baked the ‘cookie’ in the normal rectangular shape & filled the inside with vanilla ice cream tinted pink.
    A second batch had mint ice cream. They didn’t last long.

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    Karen Ristau says:

    I love birthday parties…bright colors and lots of flowers. The last thing I made for a party that was my favorite was the rainbow cake…It was a winner!

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    I love vintage for a party theme:)

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    ninabean says:

    THe last Party treat i made was a birthday cake . White cake i colored pink and yello and frosted with swiss mirangue buttercream that i collored yellow,pink and green. frosted the cake in yellow did the border in pink dots and the top in green using a grass tip. I added a dora, diego and boots cake topper.

  621. 625

    A vintage style afternoon tea is my favourite thing. Exactly what I’m planning for my Kitchen Tea soon. Lovely crust less sandwiches, mini quiches and sausage rolls, and little pastel pink petite fours plus scones with strawberry jam and cream. Bliss.

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    RAINBOW for sure! I love colors and I can just imagine a large table full of dainty cakes, pastries, candies and cocktails of all different colors… magical :)

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    My last party was my daughter’s first birthday. I made the inside out Neapolitan cake, but vanilla instead of chocolate. And I took the chocolate, vanilla strawberry theme further and made chocolate caramels, strawberry lemonade taffy and vanilla cookies. I used 7 pound of butter!

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    Vintage, and quirky. That’s the style I’d go with. :)

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    Elizabeth says:

    I am planning a “tutu” theme party for my 22st birthday, (get it)? Its all pastel pinks, I made pink cupcakes and desserts and I would love to make these too!!

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    erica parton says:

    My dessert table preference is an eclectic mix of vintage and natural materials to display desserts in muted colors. I don’t use many dyes in my baking as a preference. Thanks for your blog!

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    Vintage tea party

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    Bright and colorful themes. Not necessarily BOLD primary colors, but bright and fun colors. They always put a smile on my face!

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    I like color-based themes!

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    Catherine Jackson says:

    The last party treat I made were carrot cupcakes. I like to try something different every time. Pink Eclairs will be next! Yum!

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    Amy Tomaszewski says:

    I would love a champagne and caviar themed party with black and white and diamonds as the attire!

  632. 636
    Amy Tomaszewski says:

    And I tweeted about the giveaway too! @BooksFashionSea

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    Lisa Peacock says:

    I like to use fresh fruit when making a party treat – such as chocolate covered strawberries – as this always seems to be something unexpected – which truly makes it a treat.

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    I love planning the halloween parties for the kids, and one for the adults too!

  635. 639

    Right now I’m in the middle of planning a vintage pastel dessert table for my wedding and these will be perfect!

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    And I tweeted :] @whitcornett

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    The last party treat I made was Lemon Cream Cheese Bars and Strawberry Lemonade Bars. Delicious!

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    Citlalli C says:

    anything upbeat lots of colors !!

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    The last party treat I made was Hot Chocolate Cupcakes! They were made with a fudgy cupcake, with the tops dipped in white chocolate. They were topped with a toasted marshmallow, and sprinkled with cocoa powder. Absolutely delicious and a huge success! The party table that fits my personality would probably be a vintage party table because I’ve always thought I was born in the wrong time.

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    I would love to have a purple princess party for my daughter!

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    I love the idea of a dessert table. We have twins and that seems like such a great way to meet both of their birthday desires.

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    The last treat I made was actually based on a recipe I found on your website! I made a chocolate stout cake (I used Muskoka Brewery’s limited edition Winter Beard: Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout instead of Guinness), and topped it with whipped french vanilla icing! It was so rich and delicious I could only eat a little bit at a time, which ended up being a good thing because it was meant for a large group. I made it for my boyfriend’s birthday celebration and it was a big hit! Thanks again for all your delicious posts!

  643. 647

    Tudor themed party. Sounds like so much fun!

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    Anna Durbin says:

    I tweeted it (and now following Sweetapolita)! @annabanana82

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    Modern..or vintage depending on the occasion. Cake balls were my last treat that I made!

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    Anna Durbin says:

    A dessert table that best describes me is a 1960′s Christmas desserts. I love anything retro down to jello-molds and my favorite time of the year is Christmas. My boyfriend & I are actually going to have a 1960′s Christmas party this year. We want anyone who can to dress up in 60′s fashion and the house will be decked out retro down to a white Christmas tree. SO EXCITED!!!

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    The last party treat I made was my son’s first birthday party. It was a music theme, so I made 3 cakes and fashioned them into a music note.

  648. 652

    I love ANY party! We just had a Minnie Mouse party for my one year old! So much fun! :)

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    I TWEETED!

  650. 654

    no doubt – rainbow is my type of party!

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    I would LOVE to do vintage! I think it would be so lovely.

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    I love the eclectic party spreads, and I admire Amy’s modern symmetrical table so much probably because I could never do them that “clean”

  653. 657

    I would love to do a nostalgic theme of some sort. I also love colorful themes.

  654. 658

    The last dessert I made was a Lemon Cream Tart. Everyone loved it!

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    Patricia Phaiah says:

    I would love to win this book. It has so many ideas and recipes.

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    Laura in Texas says:

    I’d probably go with a Western theme and fill it with pecan pie bites, Mexican wedding cookies, and dessert daiquiries!

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    I think either preppy or modern would fit my tastes and personality perfectly!

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    Danielle D says:

    The last party treat I made was the triple lemony-blueberry cake from your site. Very much a hit. Next treat will be your Maltese Figolli cookies! Making hearts for Mothers’ Day for my mother.

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    I would probably have to go with the ‘preppy’ party theme! Although I always think vintage inspired parties look beautiful :)

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    Although, my house is modern…I like throwing parties that are super colorful, I don’t know why.

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    Rachael Adams says:

    Very vintage, romantic. Think pinks, creams, soft golds :)

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    I think modern and classic style for me! Her book looks amazing and inspiring!

  663. 667

    I love to choose color schemes instead of party themes because then I can choose whatever pretty little things I find in the right color scheme. The last party I threw was for my daughter, Olivia, for her first birthday. I made a cake that was covered in aqua and seafoam green waves to go with her mermaid colors party. It was so pretty and so delicious.

  664. 668

    Tweeted for an extra entry! Fingers crossed I win! https://twitter.com/#!/michelle_aguas

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    I think I would have to say pastel vintage. I would use my pink depression glas and lots of lace doilies!

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    Vintage romantic! thanks for the chance!

  667. 671

    I would say that my theme would be vintage

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    I tweeted the giveaway! @mmirnanda

  669. 673

    I’m drawn to vintage inspired themes or ones with bright colors…or both!

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    When I am entertaining friends at my home, I enjoy using serving dishes that I’ve collected from women in my family i.e. grandmas who have passed on, etc. I love to use old pieces even with their cracks and knicks from years of wear. And it’s fun that nothing matches but it all looks beautiful and comfortable.

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    The last party I threw was for my daughter. Since she was turning two, we decided to play up the “terrible two” idea and had a monster bash. It was playful and fantastical. My kind of party!

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    My favourite treat with a pastry/friend is a pie! I do enjoy choux pastry for my favourite food ever – strawberries – and then paired with whipped cream. But a to-die-for lard based pastry and either strawberry rhubarb (with my mom’s first ontario shoots of rhubarb) or dbf’s fav apple caramel pie are very very close seconds! The cookbook sounds amazing.

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    Jennifer says:

    My personality dessert table theme would be girlie! Can we say pink, pink, pink! Think Pinkalicious!

  674. 678

    Once a year my family throws a “record party” everyone comes with records in hand and we dance the night away to old but awesome songs….the table set up gets better and better every year! This year I’m thinking to make a record cake!

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    Marilyn says:

    I would pretty much give anything to make a disney themed party table. Failing that, I like anything bright and colorful!

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    Melissa says:

    The last party treat I made was for my husbands birthday last week. Classic vanilla cupcakes and vanilla buttercream icing. Then another chocolate cake made with nonfat Greek yogurt for my hubby who has to be on a no fat diet for gallstones. Pretty tasty for being low fat. I can’t wait to make these eclairs for a baby shower I’m hosting, but in blue for a boy!

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    OMG! This looks fabulous! I would definitely say that I try for vintage but not always turn out that way;) The last thing i made was a coconut mousse cake with candied lime slices for my mom’s birthday:) It was delicious!

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    Justine says:

    Lots of treats all year round but the last birthday party treat I made was at Christmas time for my daughter’s 5th birthday. She had a Christmas Angel party with all things red and white, very cute and Christmasy. Her favourites where the Angel biscuits I baked and the red cake pops with white chocolate stars.

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    Andrea Juranis says:

    I think the dream party for myself would be a pink party – every single thing would be pink – all the way to the wine! beautiful pink twinkling lights – love it.

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    Hi Rosie, the last party treat, well there were a few as it was for my son’s 7th b-day party and I baked it all. but my pride and joy from that bake fest would have to be the zombie cake pops (for a Zombie Boy theme), they turned out fab and very creepy if I do say so myself!

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    Marisa says:

    Every year I make Brazilian Brigadeiros and Beijinhos for my husband’s birthday. Sweet little treats made of condensed milk and chocolate / coconut are the perfect little mouthful and can be spotted on the treat table of pretty much every Brazilian birthday party!

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    JenB007 says:

    I would say that I am more of a classic table scape person. The last treat I made was my oatmeal chocolate chip cookies with M&Ms and pecans. Yummmm…..

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    Susan Howard says:

    the last sweet treat I made was thanksgiving I made my wonderful chocolate peanut butter pies they were a great hit

  684. 688

    Hmmmm…the last treat I made for an actual party was the Ethereal Pear Charlotte (Rose Levy Beranbaum) for my husband’s birthday – the dessert with the most separate steps that I’ve ever made! (but it was delicious!) I made a strawberry rhubarb pie last weekend, though, with the first of the season rhubarb and a streusel topping, and it was soooo yummy!

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    kathy pilato says:

    the type of party/dessert table theme that best suits my personality would be vintage. I love how it is old, yet beautiful at the same time. I hope people feel that way about me!

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    I would love an Amy atlas book! And my husband has been telling me to make strawberry eclairs for his love of strawberries and I thought it was not possible. I could trick him into these.. :)

    The last party I made desserts was for my own baby shower.. I made butterfly rainbow cupcakes and I love the mix of colours going with the happy rainbow theme.. I love rainbow them for kids and a all white theme for adults.

    But then, I stay in Singapore which would of allow me to win anything :(

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    My last party was a graduation party…cupcake style! We reserved my sister-in-law’s bake shop for the afternoon and she had almost every flavor under the sun, plus ice cream. All of our guests came in, and were able to help themselves to anything they wanted while celebrating with the guest of honor. Everyone had a great time!

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    Tweeted!

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    leilani Burns says:

    These Eclairs could easily become my new favorites!

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    “What was the last party treat you made (or enjoyed)?” – I would have to say that it was the treat I made for my daughter’s 5th birthday party – it was a huge hit. Since some children were under 5 I couldn’t serve popcorn – so I used the Arrowhead Mills puffed corn cereal and melted the Wilton peppermint candies. Mixed the 2 together and then served them in paper cones I made. Delicious!!!!!

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    Jenny Johnson says:

    I absolutely love anything vintage or homemade for party decor. It just has to be creative and colorful.

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    I’m totally a vintage person!! I love how romantic a vintage set up looks. :)

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    Gail W says:

    French Meringues and they were so good!

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    Sweetmakemesmile says:

    Dessert theme that suit me : rainbow ^_^;
    Last treats party I made : my daughter 6th birthday ^_^

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    StacieJayne says:

    The last party treat I made was an almond cake with SMBC frosting!

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    i love fairy party (with pink and princess…)

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    I love pastel and romantic princess party with pink pastel macarons and green pastel macarons, with a beautiful birthday cake of Princess and with lovely and delicious cupcakes !

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    Kayleigh says:

    So pretty! The last party treat I made (and almost didn’t get a chance to enjoy) were dark chocolate and toffee truffles. They were eaten so fast I only had one, but sure enjoyed it!

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    Isabelle says:

    Definitely superheroes–a release party for the Avengers with eclairs, anyone?

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    Alison says:

    a tea party!

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    Ashley says:

    Fancy/preppy-but really, all of her designs are so fabulous that they are all classy! My last party treat was a crepe cake. The pastry cream layered in between the light crepes…delicious!

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    Your eclairs look beautiful! I’d love to do a twist on an elegant and modern-type dessert table.

  703. 707
    Manuel says:

    Hi there.
    I am so sorry to ask, but what does 1 cup half-and-half mean?
    Thank you!

    • 708
      Rebecca says:

      Half-and-Half is cream with about 10% fat content. Depending on where you live it may be called “light” cream or “coffee cream”. The fat content may vary depending on where you are – anything that ranges from 10 – 18%.

      • 709
        Manuel says:

        Thanks for your reply. No, I am afraid there is no half and half where I live (Cuba). Any substitute? Could be heavy cream or evaporated milk?
        Thank you in advance.

        • 710

          Substitute for half and half

          For 1 cup half and half use:
          3/4 cup whole milk + 1/4 cup heavy cream
          2/3 cup skim or low-fat milk + 1/3 cup heavy cream

          Read more from GourmetSleuth.com: http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/Dictionary/H/Half-and-half-5870.aspx#ixzz1uU77gsRz

          Hope that helps (:

          • 711

            Yes, It helped me a lot. Thank you so much for your time and excellent explanation.
            Kind regards from Havana

        • 712

          And half-and-half, light cream, heavy cream, and whipping cream are not the same. They all have different fat contents. The following fat contents are from the US, so I am not sure how they compare to Cuba’s, but I assume it would be the same or close enough:

          Half-and-Half: 12% fat
          Light Cream: 20% fat
          Light Whipping Cream: 30% fat
          Whipping Cream: 35% fat
          Heavy Cream and Heavy Whipping Cream: 38% fat

          There isn’t any light cream in the US (unless there is some locally owned store I don’t know about – the grocery store chains don’t carry it), but we do have half-and-half.

          For more information, visit http://www.thekitchn.com/whats-the-difference-halfandha-73203

          Anyways, I also listed the substitutes for half-and-half in another reply box (:

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    This recipe looks so good and I can’t wait to make it, but I have a question. It says, “Transfer the mixture to the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with the paddle attachment,” but I only have a handheld mixer with the whisk attachments. It that ok to use? Thank you (:

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