Tuesday, January 20, 2009

How To: drop frosting strings

I can't wait to try these! I'm sure it's harder than she makes it look, but I can always practice until I get it. She does poppies at the end too, using this paintbrush thingy. I want to try!

Extra points for anyone who can name what soundtrack the music came from-- I got it instantly-- here's a BIG hint: "I do believe in fairies. I do! I do!"

7 comments:

Rachel EM said...

I forgot! I LOVE the reverse shell that she does at the end. A whimsical twist (pun intended) on an old classic.

The Cooks said...

what peter pan movie is it. I love that - is it the weird one with the live people and the kid with the crazy hair? i want the mp3 for that one. ps - the soundtrack for robin hood, kenny totally thinks it is a rip off from anther sound track too!!!

Alicia said...

Sorry I've been out of your cute blogging world for a while...I'm back! Oh, and P.S. I'm a little irked that your blog links only include one set of Texans...ahem... :)

The Cooks said...

hey where did the funky video go. I wanted to show Kenny. It was really funny. why why why???

Rachel EM said...

Alicia-- you are listed under "Houston." You've been there for months. Of course, if you'd like to be known as officially Texan, I will come up with another name. AHEM.

Budds-- Live version Pan. Music coming your way, and NO, the Robin Hood soundtrack was made for the show itself, it was NOT stolen..for the third time... :D

I took that nasty movie off cause I was afraid of what people were thinking. But as long as you laugh and aren't mortified, I do find it amusing. Here's the link to it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygJYxMP_ICY&feature=PlayList&p=E0659D2562944151&index=0&playnext=1

Bill said...

Dude, I don't even have to LISTEN to the video to know that that's from the 2003 live action P.J. Hogan version of Peter Pan (with Jason Isaacs as Hook!!!), but I know already that I would have gotten it, 'cause I can tell what music it is. (I'm at work, so videos are off-limits at present.)

I still find it ironic that Disney ripped off the NON-Disney version of Peter Pan to get music for their commercials...

Rachel EM said...

I'm sure it was obvious to you, Bill. That's why I said it was a BIG hint. And yeah--Disney does use it in all their commercials now, but I'm pretty sure the 2005 Pan was still Disney affiliated.