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It’s Sunday and we’re celebrating!

Morning folks!

It’s time for another issue of Something Sweet and this week we’re celebrating!

Why? Well, it’s only Something Sweet’s first birthday!

Yes, if you can believe it, we have been enjoying celebrating all of the amazing things happening in the world of cake for a whole year! We have seen some incredible creations, shared some wonderful experiences and given away lots of super awesome cake goodies to you all too!

Now, in light of the fact that we have shared a whole year of cake related fun right here on Mr Baker’s Blog, I figured it was only right that we mark the occasion with yet ANOTHER super awesome giveaway, this time courtesy of my buddies over at Renshaw and Rainbow Dust! Make sure you read all the way to the end of this week’s issue to find out how you can win an awesome hamper of Renshaw and Rainbow Dust goodies!

This week’s issue is a bumper stuffed affair, with not one, not two, but three collaborations, we check out the latest news from the Northern Ireland Sugar Expo (not long to go now!) and we cast an eye over last weekend’s Welsh National Cake Show.

We’re previewing a stunning class from the gorgeous Margherita Ferrara, we’re meeting another talented ‘maker’ and of course, we finding out who has scooped this week’s Cake of the Week!

Also featuring: Dragons and Daffodils Cakes by Rhianydd Webb, Happy Occasions Cakes, The Polkadot Teapot, Immaculate Confections, Sweet Creations, Molly’s Creative Cakes, Putty Cakes, Lion’s Cakes – Pedro León, Un Cupcake, l’Addition, Rosie Cake-Diva, Suzanne Thorp at The Frostery, Lovin’ from the Oven by Corinna Maguire, Novel-T Cakes, Purple Feather Cake Design, Fashflower’s Cake, Pharoah’s Tomb, SugarJunkies, The World Cancer Day Sugarflowers and Cakes in Bloom, Catalina Anghel azúcar’arte and The Chain Lane Cake Co.

Find all this and more in issue 50 of Something Sweet: The Birthday Issue!

Click this link to read it now!

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