Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Santa Dropped His Drawers



Ouch. That hadda hurt.


Remember my guy I made in the Bronwen Weber class? Well I loved him so much I did not have the heart to disassemble him. Since November he has gotten more saggy and a little leaky. But this is what I found this morning when I got up. Before I had my coffee too.


Rest in peace dude. I will miss you.


11 comments:

Snooky doodle said...

Ha ha really funny. Pity though it was such a great work of art :)

Kentucky Megan said...

Mrs. Santa sure can be aggressive!

Figured it was time I came out of lurkdome now that I know ya!

Janell said...

Yikes! You still had him? I broke mine down two months later. It was not fun! Wear a mask and gloves. The cake was originally white but when I disassembled him there were all colors of mold. I soaked my structure in bleach several times over four days. Good luck and don't inhale! :)

Adele said...

I'm sorry he's broken, but the way he broke makes me laugh! SORRY!

WendyB said...

oh man oh man thats is soooo wrong!! poor santa, i cannot believe you still had the thing!! good luck with the take down.

KB said...

Oh Man! Poor Santa...he is done with Christmas and ready to strip down for some fun in the sun in LA.

Julie Reid said...

No one wants to catch Santa with his pants down! haha. Thanks for the post. I needed a good laugh

Suzycakes said...

Well Sharon - I believe ole Santa missed you so bad while you were gone to cake camp that he just went to pieces!!

Happy cleaning!!LOL!!

Bryna said...

Wait, that's not just icing/fondant... there's (gulp) cake in there? Yikes!

I like the Santa hula hoop!

Patti Gunter said...

I took this class too and didnt disassemble my santa until after christmas. It wasnt a pretty site! I wish we had used cake dummies on this one....

KimberlyP said...

Mine cracked under the arms ans around the back. The crack got bigger everyday until I could see the moldy cake underneath. I figured it was probably time to get rid of him. :(