Cake Bites

Welcome to our first entry in our “Cake Bites” blog! We’ve been working on our site for several weeks now, and we’re so excited to finally get it all up and running! We hope you’ll stop by often to see what’s new in our world of cakes and corks. Non edible cakes, that is!

Why call this “Cake Bites”? Well, we’re planning to feature little bites of goodies and ideas that should whet your appetite to explore our site and our stores just a little more.

Now for a little “bite” of trivia to start you off — have you heard that the first wine corks were actually used by the French monk Dom Perignon, who is also sometimes rumored to have invented our modern day champagne? Well, we don’t really know for sure if that’s true about the corks or not, but it sure makes a great story! (And he really didn’t invent champagne!)

But we really do like those shapely champagne corks because they just lend themselves so nicely to becoming cute little “people”, dressed up in beads and ribbon and all styles of dress!

Some of them are couples and make great cake toppers, and some of them have actually become beach bathing beauties with really colorful beach hats! And even flip flops…..

Since I liked playing with dolls so much as a little girl, and each one had her own name, naturally I couldn’t resist naming my bathing beauty cork creations. After all, I don’t want the to feel like I don’t love them…and they’re just so cute!

And even though it’s just the beginning of summer, we can already imagine what kind of Halloween and even Christmas characters these fanciful corks can become! So many possibilities….

Now we can’t ask you not to re-name them when you take them home, but they’re really used to their names, and I’d have to confuse them.

You DO understand…..???

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