Our adorable 3D Fluff Cupcake shirts
are so popular! This picture is of our little model in her Birthday Cupcake top and baby Pettiskirt. The whole outfit comes to about $78.00
New Chocolate CupCake Birthday has just been added to our Collection.
New Chocolate CupCake Birthday Shirt Collection. Just imagine this 4″ X 5″ Fluffy Chiffon Iced Cupcake on your little sweetheart for her birthday. Cupcakes are so popular for birthdays, and this one comes in its’ own pink bakery box! We even tie the box closed with a bakery style string. NEW! Birthday Numbers with Mini Cupcake Shirts
Birthday Number Shirt
Another NEW yummy treat is our Birthday Numbers with mini fluff cupcake!. Available in Number 1, 2 or 3 … fluff icing colors are pink, raspberry, vanilla or chocolate.
We give a free pink bakery box with each cupcake shirt! Tied with a string and all… so cute.
- Free Bakery Gift Box with each shirt
Cupcakes have an interesting history. 19th Century literature tells us that the “cup” and “tablespoon” became the replacement for “weight” measurements of baking. ! They used to weigh everything in a cake, and then mix it up, finally baking it for hours on a hearth. The “cup” method became the new trend in baking, everything from tea cups to small spoons took the place of weighing ingredients. The cupcake was for impatient cooks who did not want to wait 5 or more hours for a cake to bake on a hearth. So , small tins and metal or china coffee cups were used, making cooking time MUCH faster on the hearth, and thus the cupcake!
It was 1919 when the company, Hostess introduced the famous snack cupcake, but it didn’t become the cream-filled, squiggle-topped Hostess Cup Cake we know today until about 1950. The darling little sweet treat became hugely popular with Mom’s in the 50’s and 60’s baking them for school fund raisinng events. As of late, they are SO popular for birthday parties. No fork, no plate, no knives needed! We recently celebrated our 5 year olds birthday with a huge TInkerbell Cupcake Cake. Oh was it stunning! Purple and green, and a darling Tinkerbell on an invisible elastic that hovered over the cake. So cute! And it had 27 cupcakes!