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post #16 of 24

I would also keep it simple, dont hurt yourself. But I do like that oreo mold idea nice and easy yet still very cute!

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post #17 of 24

I will be praying for your quick recovery!! Sounds like everyone has some great ideas for the cupcakes. Glad you found a doctor that is helping you without surgery. I know you have got to be distraught with everything you have been going through but there will be light at the end of the tunnel.  Things are going to get better for you soon, just hang in there and have faith!!! Until then take care of yourself and do what this doctor says. My prayers are with you!!! /Mary
 

post #18 of 24

Happy you are thinking ahead to feeling better!  My prayers and wishes for your speedy recovery too.

 

Cute ideas from others too.

 

I was trying to cut and paste a picture here but I can't seem to do it from my IPad or Macbook (I guess it works better from my IBMcompatible at work!)  Anyway.....  why not decorate with small candies? What I was trying to paste was an M&M cake from the first page of my gallery.  I decorated a cake with a rainbow spiral of the small candies, this would work on cupcakes too.  I see you are not in the same country as me, but I'm sure there's compatible candies.  I love to walk around the candy aisle for ideas (and snacks!) on how already made items can be incorporated.  It's almost Valentine's Day so all that candy is around too - like the Sweethearts hearts with messages that say 'You're The Best' (skip the overly mushy ones for your doctor!!)  Less decorating for you but obviously there's plenty of thought involved.  Please post what you do so we can all enjoy it!

 

Best,

Theresa

post #19 of 24
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Hi AnnieCahill

Keeping it simple is the most sensible thing to do sometimes I just forget how nice the simple things can be.

Thanks for the reply
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post #20 of 24
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Theresaf,rement333,&lovelyladylibra - thank you all so much for your kind words my osteopath is excellent and I've great faith in her and hopefully I'll manage a good recovery without the surgery.

Some great ideas and inspiration from you all as always 😃

Many thanks
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post #21 of 24
So sorry to hear about your ulnar problem....hope it gets better soon....hard to survive without caking! I was thinking of doing it simple too.....maybe some flower cutouts with butterflies and hearts? Looks pretty and easy to make!
post #22 of 24

Forgive my ignorance; my osteopath experience is limited to a novel I read. An osteopath proscribes/prescribes exercises for strengthening, correct? Are there any exercises or things used to manipulate that are particularly dreaded by patients? I may be able to come up with more ideas if I understood a little more.

 

I do have one idea, however. Ice the cupcakes however like and use a computer to make cupcakes picks that say, "Thanks for getting on my nerves!" You can make the cupcakes look either couture or fun depending on the colors used and the style of the pick. For example: ice the cupcake fairly smooth, dip it in white sugar crystals. Make the pick using light blue colors, a script font, and a pretty border. Glue 2 of the picks between a toothpick and you have a classy cupcake. If you do the same thing in bright colors with a print font, it would a fun cupcake.

 

I hope I've helped a bit. I really not that familiar with osteopathy.

post #23 of 24
I too, vote to keep it simple. She knows what you're going through, and is a great lady, so I will assume that she will be mad and upset if you torture yourself for elaborate cupcakes. Tell her you made some really great cupcakes that had all these wonderful ideas on them, but your dog ate them, and wink. Then give her the simple ones with sprinkles or spray, and tell her that actually, you know she didn't want you to cramp out, and give her the real ones.
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post #24 of 24

Dessert Flair has a Cupcake Flair page on their website, , good luck

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