226: how to eat a cupcake

More from Boston Handmade Marketplace:

Right when Maddie and I  got there for setup I noticed this shirt (and the girl wearing it):

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That's Beth from Elizabeth Brennick Designs. She's a spitfire! (and so is her husband! What a sassy couple!)

Isn't that shirt awesome?

Here's the back:

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No, she didn't make it. I think  she said she got it at Forever 21. There is so much to love about it, but the stripey binding especially kills me .

And her products are  awesome , too!

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Recognize any of the fabrics? Mostly Westminster, baby! Love that.

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Beth's 2 kids were  selling cupcakes that they made at home. Smart, smart, smart. I knew they would go fast, so I bought 4.

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Would you like to know my special cupcake-eating technique?

First, pull off the top  to separate the cupcake into 2 layers:

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Next, hold the top upside down, so the frosting is on the bottom and place on the other half of the cupcake:

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Now you have a cupcake sandwich. The frosting will be evenly spread throughout your eating experience.

Enjoy. You're welcome.

Back to Beth's stuff:

I love this top with the teardrop shapes:

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If you must have something Beth made, you can always check out her etsy shop.

She had a great looking booth.  I particularly liked the clothesline action:

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Cute magnets:

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And cute shoes (not for sale):

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Mimi, me, and Beth:

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I love meeting such talented and wonderful women.

More soon, gotta get ready for work.

xoxo

m