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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by diamonds-and-rust

Hi Lenamay, I live in Auburn icon_biggrin.gif

Hello there, how are ya? icon_smile.gif
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post #17 of 24
I'm in Seattle too; hobby baker.

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by Rosie2

I live in Kent, WA!! --- and in case you didn't know Jackie (founder of CC) lives in Tacoma, WA icon_smile.gif and she attend most cake events in the area. I met her when I took the cake cruise (in Dec, 2009) not knowing that she's almost my 'neighbor' icon_biggrin.gif



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post #19 of 24
Hi there, I live in Puyallup/Tacoma area and am also a Hobby Baker.
Since we are all in the same state, do any of you know of a good place to get your caking supplies other than the internet, Michael's, or Joanne's fabrics & crafts? icon_smile.gif
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by sweettooth622

Hi there, I live in Puyallup/Tacoma area and am also a Hobby Baker.
Since we are all in the same state, do any of you know of a good place to get your caking supplies other than the internet, Michael's, or Joanne's fabrics & crafts? icon_smile.gif



I am fortunate to live fairly close to Home Cake, a tiny (but packed) store at 9514 Roosevelt Way Northeast. Here is what I posted on another thread:
"Home Cake in Seattle. The proprietress is extremely knowledgable and helpful--she's even talked me out of buying something because she told me how do it cheaper a different way. She has regular gel colors and also colors for chocolate (oil-based); a million flower stamens [of all colors]; books, cake pans, hundreds of those acrylic chocolate molds (e.g., 20 one-sided easter eggs on one sheet), cutters, plastic doodads, dragees, tiny royal icing flowers--the list of inventory is incredible. If you can think of it, ask her."

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by sweettooth622

Hi there, I live in Puyallup/Tacoma area and am also a Hobby Baker.
Since we are all in the same state, do any of you know of a good place to get your caking supplies other than the internet, Michael's, or Joanne's fabrics & crafts? icon_smile.gif



If you're ever in Bothell, Dawn's (Cake and Candy?) has a small selection of items but has GREAT prices. Americolor gel pastes are $1.50 for example. I know it would be cheaper on Amazon when you buy a set but that's a good price if you need one in a pinch.

I can't wait to go to Home Cake!
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post #22 of 24
Home cake is an awesome store I no longer live on that side of the state but went in there often when I did. The owner is very informative and helpful. She also know a ton of other sources (she gave me the name of a lady that does flower classes, wish I had followed up on that now). There was a tiny store in Roy for awhile not sure if it's still there or not. And then there's Dawns in Kent I believe. Home cake is well worth the drive from where you are at.

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Originally Posted by sweettooth622

Hi there, I live in Puyallup/Tacoma area and am also a Hobby Baker.
Since we are all in the same state, do any of you know of a good place to get your caking supplies other than the internet, Michael's, or Joanne's fabrics & crafts? icon_smile.gif



I am fortunate to live fairly close to Home Cake, a tiny (but packed) store at 9514 Roosevelt Way Northeast. Here is what I posted on another thread:
"Home Cake in Seattle. The proprietress is extremely knowledgable and helpful--she's even talked me out of buying something because she told me how do it cheaper a different way. She has regular gel colors and also colors for chocolate (oil-based); a million flower stamens [of all colors]; books, cake pans, hundreds of those acrylic chocolate molds (e.g., 20 one-sided easter eggs on one sheet), cutters, plastic doodads, dragees, tiny royal icing flowers--the list of inventory is incredible. If you can think of it, ask her."
post #23 of 24
There's two stores on the East side of the state too. Carolyns is at 1705 North Hamilton in Spokane and The Cake Decorators Shoppe in Yakima at Summitview and 56th. Very nice ladies and will special order if needed.
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by vonnie222

There's two stores on the East side of the state too. Carolyns is at 1705 North Hamilton in Spokane and The Cake Decorators Shoppe in Yakima at Summitview and 56th. Very nice ladies and will special order if needed.



I live on the Eastside now and go into Carolyn's alot I love that place always helpful.
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