Everyone loves the sparkle and dazzle that glitter provides. But everyone doesn't know that some glitters should not be used on the face OR skin. Professional painters use professional products and this includes glitter. Glitter used for face and body art should be a maximum of .008 microns and made of polyester, this is the FDA approved size. Metallic or craft glitters should never be used on the skin and face. Often these glitters contain glass fragments that can damage the eyes and skin.
Today we welcomed a new baby to our family. He doesn't have a name yet, but I was so excited to post some photos of him so here you go,
As with any skill practice makes perfect. I've been busy this year working on new designs, new flavors, perfecting recipes, shopping new vendors.........
This is my first experience blogging so please welcome me with kindness. Today is the first day of a brand new year. I'll spend today relaxing and baking 1 cake. Client request 1 half sheet cake with pink frosting & 6 purple flowers. Turned out really pretty.
My goals for 2010 are pretty simple. Continue with expanding Evolutionz.