Butterfly Cake: 75th Birthday Celebration

My Aunty baked a cake for my other Aunty for her 75th Birthday party. It was a carrot cake with loads of icing which I love.  My cousin helped to paint the marzipan butterflies which were made by my aunt using a mould. I think that they are both so artistic and I love that they do these creative things all the time.

Life is enhanced when we focus on beautiful things and art – during those times the anxieties of everyday life melt away. For me at least.

My photos don’t do the cake or edible butterflies any justice. The lighting was florescent and since it was night-time we didn’t have the magical natural light which makes all photos look so much better.

We had warm and fuzzy family time today with lots of corny jokes, gossip and hokkien mee.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

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14 Responses to Butterfly Cake: 75th Birthday Celebration

  1. Wow! So cute!! Happy b-day Auntie!

  2. Pkitass says:

    Happy Birthday to your auntie.
    The cake looks beautiful.

  3. Al says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AUNTIE!!!!!!

    Such pretty butterflies too!

  4. Crystal says:

    Beautiful butterflies

  5. chelli22a says:

    Your excellent photo taking skills has done a lot of justice to our cake. It was really a lovely evening. Should have more family gatherings.

  6. plumerainbow says:

    What a happy occasion, and so adorable!
    I also liked what you said about life being enhanced when we focus on beautiful things and art.

    • bookjunkie says:

      I can’t help but be weighed down by worries and constantly living in the past or future…..but art and just pretty things somehow bring you into the moment.

      Thanks so much for your kind words plumerainbow 🙂

  7. 365days2play says:

    Happy Birthday to your Auntie! Love your posts on how close your extended family is. Wish mine were the same.

    • bookjunkie says:

      thanks so much.

      do you meet your extended family often? were you closer as kids?

      I have some cousins I wish I was closer to as well….its sad cos we used to be so close as kids.

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