Mumnset Village Show - Cupcake Competition

(606 Posts)
ChippyMinton Mon 18-Jun-07 11:31:17

Right ladies, new thread, let's get the rules set down so we can get baking

Peachy Sun 01-Jul-07 15:36:19

Thanks, will sort out in a minute after DS1 is dropped at Church

littlelapin Sun 01-Jul-07 15:22:59

username mnafternoontea, password mumsnet

Peachy Sun 01-Jul-07 15:21:29

no for the treatray- mncupcakes wont bring up the albums, so has that changed?

what password? it's usually mumsnet for picturetrail.

littlelapin Sun 01-Jul-07 15:18:58

mumsnet

Peachy Sun 01-Jul-07 15:18:33

help! Whats the password?

littlelapin Sat 30-Jun-07 17:06:51

Oh good, I'm glad I was worried the postal strike might have left it lost in the ether!

Daemara Sat 30-Jun-07 16:00:12

ll- got my rosette in the morning today, thank you very much it totally brightened my day. *big hugs*

littlelapin Wed 27-Jun-07 00:04:52

UCM - I need your details for your rosette - littlelapin@gmail.com

Slubberdegullion Tue 26-Jun-07 13:47:34

New comp thread here

SlightlyMadShorthair Tue 26-Jun-07 13:33:44

And I expect to be able to see my reflection in the tea service are you will all be disqualified <evil scientist laugh>

Slubberdegullion Tue 26-Jun-07 13:32:55

tbh I don't have any dainty cups & saucers...I feel a trip to my mothers is in order.

Slubberdegullion Tue 26-Jun-07 13:31:14

9pm is fine.

<stands in front of giant floor to ceiling corner cupboard deciding which fine bone china tea set to use>

ha!

littlelapin Tue 26-Jun-07 13:26:33

<buffs milk jugs>

SlightlyMadShorthair Tue 26-Jun-07 13:25:36

I'll judge as I won't be joining afternoon tea - I know I can't beat LLs posh teaset

CAn we have a closing time of 9pm Sunday though or you will be waiting until late on Monday for a verdict....

Also could I have some judging criteria, as we did for cupcakes.

littlelapin Tue 26-Jun-07 13:21:36

Oh I want to do afternoon tea! <withdraws offer to judge>

<polishes silver>

--sorry for hijack ----

psst - Peachy ,,, I need a word -see thread in your name ...

Peachy Tue 26-Jun-07 13:17:59

Ah se I have good imitation plates LOL- (amazing what you can get in millets Sales )

littleducks Tue 26-Jun-07 13:14:42

£5 sounds fine, it should be approx as we all have different things in larder.

Peachy- the picnic one will seperate the Anthea fans from the rest, china plates for a picnic? pretty but impractical

Peachy Tue 26-Jun-07 13:09:38

That sounds a good one- maybe next time apicnic hamper would be appropriate LOL

littleducks Tue 26-Jun-07 13:07:06

Shall we set a deadline?

Slubberdegullion Tue 26-Jun-07 13:06:16

How much?

I suppose we will be feeding our families with our efforts (I'm liking the idea of a MN 'High Tea' on sunday...all over the country families will be sitting down at 4pm with napkins, mini sandwiches with crusts cut off and delicate scones).

Whats the budget for feeding a family high tea then?

£5? I'm assuming people already have flour/butter/eggs/jam etc in their larders

Slubberdegullion Tue 26-Jun-07 12:59:43

Certainly.

can I still use my lovely little silver spoons inherited from grandmother and never been out of velvet linedbox yet?

littleducks Tue 26-Jun-07 12:52:54

I do think that the afternoon tea for one should have a budget or spending limit to try and make it fairer and easier to judge

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