...for the Father-Son Cub Scout Cake Bake. However, the Wild Boar was not available so this year I had to step in. My youngest hooligan wanted a racetrack cake. So we made, "The Racetrack of Broken Dreams". We had overturned cars, a 10 car pile up and cars going off the track...all made possible by Krazy Glue of course. I didn't think I'd ever get my fingers unglued.
Luckily my oldest son wanted the Kitty Litter Cake. We attached the big black cat and placed lots of extra poops and kitties around the cake for fun. A sure gross out, perfect for a bunch of boys.
There were so many great cakes, I will show you a few of my friends masterpieces. I did not ask their permission to show these photos so I will not mention their names. Isn't this gecko adorable?
The ultimate WWF Smackdown cake. I love the use of licorice around the ring, it's awesome.
Here is my youngest, proud scout with his cake. For the life of me I couldn't get my other hooligan to pose with his. He was way too busy with his friends. Whatever.
Well you know I loved this one. Isn't it adorable? I love the eyelashes.
This cake was monstrous and so very cool. Isn't it great, down to it's eight eyes!
There is always entertainment at our meetings and here my oldest hooligan is serenading us with a rendition of "Roadkill Stew" sung to the melody of Three Blind Mice. It was hilarious.
Both my boys were very lucky at this year's event. Each of their cakes were chosen to be judged for 1st, 2nd or 3rd place. A cake from each Den is taken to the front table and voted on by the boys for the awards. My boys had their cakes next to each other, which was perfect for picture taking purposes.
I snapped this picture of my youngest as he was waiting to hear who the winner's were. I believe he was wishing for it to be him. So sweet.
In the end they did not take top honors but do understand how special it is to have your cake placed on the front table for the special judging round. Overall, another special night we will soon not forget.