Christmas tree oh christmas tree

Last session for my Christmas decorating course. Can’t believe i’ve had 3 already and 1 left. In 3 sessions i have, iced the cake and board, made 3 penguins, 2 skating and 1 fishing. That’s all, so i decided to do some things at home today, this morning i made a wonky Christmas tree. Couldn’t get it standing straight so it’s now staying wonky. Baubles are on it and it’s in the kitchen waiting for it to get a bit hard. What i never thought of, was how i get it to there. I’m driving and the roads i go down have a few tight bends and corners to turn. I can’t hold it, so it’s going to sit on the passenger seat of the car and hope it doesn’t squash itself.

I have googled for more ideas to add, but not sure i can do them here without the cake as need to know how much room i’ll have left. So i now have a list of a few things i need to add to the cake while there, with only hour and half to do them all and finish off the cake. Should be fun, trying to be quick. Took me 40mins to do the wonky¬†Christmas¬†tree!
My list includes: Igloo, snowballs (easy enough!), Happy Christmas sign of some sort and a snowman. Sounds doable on paper, but it takes me 30 mins to get into making stuff. For the first 10 mins i have more or less stood there, blank, waiting for my brain to catch me back up, or stood making a colour of sugarpaste i then decide not to use in the end and waste 10 mins trying to create the colour.

Here’s the picture of the 40 min Christmas tree…looks like a quick 2min jobby lol.

Looking at the picture again, i realise i need a star making still. So new name; starless, wonky Christmas tree.

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