Happy Thanksgiving!

Today we take a moment to pause and reflect on all of the many blessings in our lives.  Personally, I am thankful for my family, friends and our sweet new baby girl.  I’m also incredibly thankful to have the opportunity to share my love of cake and parties with all of you.  To the creative individuals who share their beautiful parties, the talented cake artists who share their designs, the generous vendors who sponsor our site and all of our loyal readers – Thank You!  Half Baked would not be possible without all of you.

And what is Thanksgiving without a little turkey?  Here is a little gobbler that is just too cute…
3D Turkey Cake

This 3D turkey cake is the whimsical creation of Debbie Does Cakes and would steal the show at any Thanksgiving dinner.  Here’s hoping your turkey, whether savory or sweet, is delicious and moist.  Wishing everyone a happy and healthy holiday!

Be sure to check back tomorrow for an awesome Black Friday sale from one of our newest vendors, Tea Collection.  And on Monday we have a FAB giveaway to get Cyber Monday off to a great start!  I’ll give you a hint… it includes one of my all time favorite stores!!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.


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    Happy Thanksgiving! I have been a fan of your blog and I had no idea you were from Texas and went to A&M! I’m a Texas girl too. I went to Baylor, but of course many of my friends went to Texas & A&M. We’re watching the game right now too, of course. =)

    Congrats on your fabulous blog and success!

    Christi from P is for Party


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