20 Mar Domaign: Valentine’s Day Cakes
I realize it’s been over a month, and these images are a bit out of date seeing as it’s not the month of Valentine’s Day anymore, but these were TOO ADORABLE not to share! I’m seriously like a proud mamma looking at all these photos. We had a few mishaps, yes, but with some careful crafting we were able to send each girl home with a beautiful, festive, creative, fun and tasty Valentine’s Day Domaign cake for February’s event. I LOVED this event so much, partly because we got to nibble on frosting the whole time, and partly because I was seriously impressed with everyone’s talents. This has been one of the trickier Domaign events we’ve done, working with perishables is not a cinch! And everyone came through with flying colors! THANK YOU to everyone who came, I hope they turned out awesome. Please send me, or tag me, or email me any personal images you took of your cakes before they were devoured.
And an introduction to Domaign if you’re sitting there scratching your head about what that word means:
Domaign is a new word created from the root word of home (doma-) and the ending of design (-ign) to create Domaign, or home + design. It sounds like “domain” which gives it a the double-meaning of a person’s territory or home, yet this word for “home design” means so much more than your territory or what your home looks like. Domaign is a movement empowering individuals to create a well-balanced home by refined, creative, handmade, purposeful, and/or well-balanced design. Which means that not only will you design what your home looks like, you’ll be designing the food you eat and your health in general, designing how you spend your money and spend your time, making and reaching personal goals, while creating and maintaining relationships. Domaign refreshes the idea of “homemaking” by retooling & repurposing it for today’s changing world by expanding the sphere of people who can use it while allowing it to fit more categories than just “crafting.” Domaign fits that wider realm with the following categories: interiors, health, finances, relationships & personal improvement. What do you think?
On with the cake pictures!