It’s All Frosting is intended to be a place for posting about the projects that occupy my time– sometimes they’re recipes that need perfecting, sometimes they’re ideas for costumes, or crafts, or themed parties– basically, the things that make life interesting!

You can expect irregular posts, since sometimes the things that make life boring get in the way of more fun stuff, but I’ll keep trying!

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  1. Hi, Tanya, nice to meet you 🙂 . Thanks so much for stopping by at my blog and for the “like” on my Carrot and Nut Cake. I am looking forward to visiting your blog, which from at a glimpse looks really great. Have a lovely day. 🙂


  2. Hi! I have a friend who is a HUGE fan of your Ursula dress… so much so she’s having me help make one just like it! Your blog has been SO helpful so far, but I have a question for you, if you can answer it- what kinda of material did you use for the black part of the tentacles, and would recommend it? Thanks!


    • I used a regular black bridal satin– the heavy stuff that’s matte-ish, not shiny. I would recommend it over the shiny stuff because it’s not as slippery, so it’s easier to work with. Also, for me it matched the original bridesmaid dress I attached the tentacles to.


  3. Can I rent the Ursula costume from you? No joke. I’m taking my 6 & 8 year old girls to Mickey’s Halloween party at Disneyland this Oct (2018) and we are all going as Descendents. My oldest will be going as Uma, Ursula’s daughter. Therefore, I need to be a GREAT Ursula, and that costume is the TRUTH!!! Thanks in advance, Erin


    • Sorry, Erin– I actually gave away the tentacle portion a while ago! I still have the wedding dress section but I get the feeling that’s not what you’d really want. Good luck finding something for Disney!


    • Sorry, Amanda– I have a personal rule never to lend/rent out anything I can’t afford to have damaged, and since I really don’t want to go to the trouble of making the hairpiece again I’m going to have to say no. I’m happy to help with tips for making your own, though!


  4. Hi Tanya! I’ve enjoyed reading through your blog, kudos for the dedication after all these years to keep posting regularly. Would you be interested in a paid link insertion?


  5. Please REMOVE my white bread recipe from your website! You have used copyrighted material and DO NOT have permission to post!


    • Jessica– I’m sorry you feel that way. However, while my recipe was originally based on yours it is not the same (different amounts of flour and eggs), and my instructions are completely my own. In any event, lists of ingredients and general steps to follow are not copyrightable, so my recipe is in no way a copyright violation. https://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-protect.html#recipe

      That being said, if you would prefer that I removed the reference to your page to ensure that no one mistakes this bread recipe for yours, I am happy to do so.


  6. Your blog is awesome and I am so enjoying the recipes and clothing designs! My daughter is interested in learning about sewing so I am going to show her some of your posts. Thanks again!


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