When someone puts so much work into an edible tribute, it's touching really. You've got to REALLY love Hello Kitty to devise a plan of attack for such elaborate sushi rolls. And to think, poor kitty will be eaten up so fast!
Poor birdie, doesn't he realize that the flower has a button in the middle and isn't a real flower at all? Poor blogger, doesn't she realize that the whole thing is made of sugar and the birdie isn't even real? I get lost sometimes guys, for real.
This would go so well at a tea party with mismatched antique teacups and saucers. Matching sets are nice and all but there's something so charming about a cobbled together collection. Plus, one pattern just gets boring, right?