By George, it’s time to celebrate!

by | Apr 23, 2008 | All Saints Day, Cake Decorating, Catholic Mosaic, Feast Day Plans, Liturgical Year, St. George | 12 comments

St. George Slays the Dragon ~ Image from Catholic Forum


Today is the
Feast of St. George! Did you know, that it is also Shakespeare’s 444th birthday?! With all this ENGLISH celebrating going on, what are your plans for today?

Here is a look at what our day has in store:

(I used up all of the red food coloring on Chiquita’s ladybug cake… So his spikes and flames look like Mustard. ewww… I didn’t have Hershey kisses either, so I used Junior Mints for eyes/nose. It is no where near as cute as Matilda’s, but my children are super excited, just the same!)

Whatever your plans, I hope you have a very

HAPPY ST. GEORGE’S DAY!

12 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Very cute!! It must be very difficult to lose weight with all that cake in your house!! :} Auntie B

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  2. Trina

    Totally awesome cake!! I will not show my kids so that they will not be jealous!

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  3. Regina

    cool cake ms. jessica.
    i love the scales.
    how do you make it, is it really hard to make?
    for me? (that’s ham talking)
    i really love it.
    boo & sugar

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  4. Spinneretta

    That’s cool… but how similar are our blog entries LOL?? Great minds think alike they say!

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  5. Spinneretta

    I MEANT to say that CAKE is cool. Why wont blogger let me EDIT comments? 😀

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  6. Anonymous

    Awe….looks great!!! You did a great job on it!! (you are a good cake decorator!)
    Your plans for today sound so fun! We like to listen to the Saint of the day too. Thanks for the links to the radio show, I had never heard of it!

    God Bless!

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  7. Jamie Jo

    Thanks for all the links! We printed up the St George coloring sheets! Your cake turned out cute!! It’s fun to see how similar, yet different all of our cakes are!! Christine took pictures of ours…it was so cute it was hard to kill, I mean cut it up!

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  8. Sweetness and Light

    What an awesome cake, it turned our delightfully well!! Happy feast to you all :)))

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  9. Jessica Gordon

    Thank you everyone!

    Spinneretta — that is too funny! Don’t you just love this image of St. George?? Sounds like a lot of us moms are thinking along the same lines today. It’s awesome!

    Michele–we’ve been loving the stories on Homeschool Radio Shows… I think Amy (Knit Together in Love) was the first that pointed them out to us. The internet is such an amazing resource, isn’t it!

    Jamie– can’t wait to see your pictures!

    Also–everyone should hop over to Matilda’s blog. This years dragon is even cuter than last years!

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  10. Spinneretta

    it is a great image! It’s why I picked it too LOL!
    enjoy the rest of the feast!

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  11. JoAnn

    Haha thats awesome!

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