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Girls Floral Tiered Maxi Dress Cat Jack Red M Plus
She'll be ready to take on summer outings in charming style with this Floral Tiered Maxi Dress from Cat and Jack™. This soft and breathable sleeveless dress makes a cool and comfy pick for warmer days. It features a sweet straight neckline with smocked back along with a ruffled tiered bodice that adds more movement to her look. Plus it features an allover floral print for charming flair. She can wear this dress as is or add a jean jacket and tights when it gets cooler for a stylish layered look. Size: M Plus. Gender: female. Age Group: kids. Material: Viscose.
Jennifer: This book is amazing! I love how Wilton publishes books for every stage of baking! This book is a must have for beginers!
J-J-J-Jinx!: I was a little disappointed in this book when I first got it. Since all you see on the cover is some "clown" cupcakes using the silly-feet baking cups (which I also purchased) I was expecting more uses of the silly-feet (I counted five), but it really covers whimsical cupcakes of all sorts, many of which would be suitable to make with children (easy to make).It's really just an idea book and a catalog of Wilton products and what you can do with them. There is a helpful section called "The Perfect Cupcakes; How to bake, ice and decorate", and there are about six pages of recipes. Most cupcake instructions are from 1/8 to 1/2 page long, right next to a big, clear picture.After getting over the "it wasn't what I expected" part of receiving this book, and seeing that my boyfriend seems rather enthusiastic about making really whimsical cupcakes and loves the silly-feet, I like this book more and more. Just don't expect anything sophisticated looking in it OR that many silly-feet ideas. If you are familiar with the typical adverbook that Wilton puts out, you shouldn't find any surprises here, and some of the recipes, which are a blend of from-a-mix and from-scratch, for the most part look very tempting.There are six pages of really cute Halloween cupcakes, including a vampire in a coffin, and some skeletons/ghosts/tombstones.
Joann: I had gotten all the other Wilton books so I cld teach myself how to these decoration ideas and lets just say that these books helped me so much.
Johanna: I bought this and the 2012 a the same time, only to realise half the book has the same info. It's more a catalog than a book of ideas. It does have some picture but it is basically the same as the 2012 year. It has a couple of recipes, but the are the same on both the yearbooks.I bought it because I wanted to learn how to make things with a step-by-step guide. It is not that.
KARichards: I purchased the Wilton Course 1 guide a few weeks before I took my class, I found the book very easy to follow and easy to understand. The only regret i had was my copy was different than the one handed out in class; the page numbers were different and it slowed me down a bit.