Aug 21, 2011

Yummy and Fun Yellows

Photobucket For my first ever entry to Ms. Burrito's Color Connection and Nshima Serving's Colorful  Weekend,  I will be sharing more about Simon's birthday. Why not, it's his birth month after all. 



Yellow seems to be the color of Simon's birthday. He received this battery operated toy train from one of   his aunts. Sam and Simon shared and took turns in playing with it. Fast forward a week after, not even a single part of this toy can be found inside the house. I have little destroyers in my home, lol. 


My sister made some gelatin and molded them on eggshells. The kids loved it, it was something different. I wish I have a better presentation than this but this is the idea. Cute eh? We peeled off the top because we're about to eat these when I took pictures but the eggshells should be fully formed with only a teeny bit of the gelatin showing from the outside. Sister and I both agreed that it would have better if we have painted the shells ala Easter egg style. 
  

Ah, the cake! Also with a touch of yellow and with a lot of colorful flowers on the sides. A birthday would not be the same without a cake with matching candles to blow. If Simon had his way, he would have spent the day just blowing the candle on his cake. 


And to add a little bit of color to this yellow post, here's some hotdogs and colorful marshmallows on sticks. Surely, for the kids and for the kids at heart!

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16 comments:

  1. Wow. I like that gelatin Tita, how did you use an eggshell without breaking them?

    Thanks for joining.

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  2. hi,rylie! we just put a small hole at the top, just enough to clean the eggshell and put in the gelatin mixture. And then when the gelatin cools down it will mold itself to the shape of the egg. Glad you like it!

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  3. love your new template sis...perfect for this meme..
    and the gelatin style..love it! hapi bday Simon..
    my CC..
    http://www.postcardlover.com/2011/08/pc38-pooh-and-friends-from-china.html

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  4. wow! love that gelatin! they're so cute.. left you a kiss, girl!

    by the way, do you mind checking out on On Kids and Safety?

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  5. Thanks Shengkay and Kimmy for the visit! will be hopping over to your site now!

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  6. happy birthday to your son sis. more birthdays (lots and lots of it!) to come. regards!

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  7. Kakagutom naman...http://joyousfashionandbeauty.blogspot.com/2011/08/lacoste-footwear.html

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  8. oh,my golly....the gelatin idea is pretty nifty...ang galing! thanks sa dalaw mamidear....:) thanks din sa greetings!

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  9. Thanks, She! Regards to your family, too!

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  10. Full of fun! I was wondering those eggs are...great idea!

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  11. Oh wow, interested ako dyan sa jello in an egg shell hehehe.. Kaya pala tintanong ako ni Ms. Burrito if we could save the egg shell hahaha..


    In behalf of Ms. Burrito, thanks for joining Color Connection. Off limits na sya in bloghopping start na kasi school. But I see, she sneaked in earlier lol.

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  12. thanks, Demz, Mirage and Chubs for the visit. It was indeed a great idea. So glad you guys liked it! So easy to do Chubs, I'm sure your two kiddos will love these eggshaped gelatins!

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  13. ay,, like ko ung gelatin.. nice idea!! very creative!

    Late visit from colorful weekend!! :) Drop by my entry if you haven't already! :)
    http://www.whimsandviews.com/memes/baptismal-cake.html

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  14. Thanks, Edsie! Love your baptismal photo, too!

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  15. kakagutom naman, buti nalang busog akong nag-bloghop...happy weekend!

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