Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Paige's Cupcake Bouquet

Remember when your children's school projects were making a cardboard castle, or a paper mache volcano?  Well when they're in a high school marketing class... they make a Cupcake Bouquet.  They had to create a product, make a website, packaging, logo, advertisements and a whole marketing plan.  If you've followed my blog for a while, you'll know that Paige has had a fairly successful cupcake business since she was 13, so it only goes to follow that she'd try something in the same line.  Here's what she assembled at 7am this morning:
 Pretty awesome, huh?  I won't even tell you the fun we had transporting this to school in the rain!  I'll show you a few pictures of how we put it together, which are fairly self explanatory.  If you want to make one yourself, you'll find several tutorials on Youtube - and it actually went together pretty easily.




We took 3" squares of green tissue paper and poked it in between the cupcakes to hide the styrofoam ball:
Stay tuned to see more of what Paige was up to this year, her floral pillow for her fashion class was amazing.  Have a great day :o)

4 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

This looks amazing! Your daughter is so talented!!!

Allison Kostiuk said...

Love it, Paige!! I would totally make Chris buy one for me ;) haha

Jayma Malme said...

So cute! Inspiration for my daughter's 1st birthday garden party :-)

Amy said...

That's an adorable idea! What a great gift and what a talent your daughter has!

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