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Ideas to customize your cake to suit many different occasions…
Bridal Shower – Use white towels, ribbon and flowers. If possible, customize the colors to match the wedding colors. Top with a bride/groom cake topper, bells or cascading pearls or flowers down the side of the cake.
Birthday – Use the birthday boy or girl’s favorite colors, treats and small toys to decorate the cake for their special day. Better yet, use towels with their favorite TV, movie or music stars and coordinate decorations to match.
Fourth of July – Use red, white and blue towels, stars and stripes-themed ribbon and glowsticks for decorations.
Housewarming – Coordinate the towel colors to match the new homeowners bathroom. Decorate with practical small kitchen or garden tools…or bath and spa products.
Baby Shower – Substitute towels with rolled diapers and wrap a baby blanket around the outside. Coordinate colors (pink, blue, yellow or green) to match the sex, if known and decorate with baby supplies.
Mothers Day- Mom will like just about any color you use!…Add bath and spa products and/or chocolate as decorations…anything Mom likes.
Thanksgiving – Use fall colors for towels. Decorate with pumpkin and leaf picks from your local craft store.
Your imagination is the only limit to how a towel cake can be customized and what occasion it can be used for. A little creativity will go a long way and the person receiving it is sure to love it.
Visit the author’s article, Towel Cakes, for more suggestions and step by step, illustrated instructions.
Suzy T is a mom from New Jersey. She is an avid gardener and crafter. Visit Suzy’s Garden for more gardening and craft tips, articles and her blog.
Suzy’s other interests include writing, shopping and her two Golden Retrievers, Indy and Tucker. She is also an advocate for the rights of children with special needs.