Recycled short and wide dowels to support the heavy rice krispie/gum paste tower so the tower would not crush the half sheet cake. They are actually the feet that came with the plastic shelves we use to store things in the house. Half sheet cake ordered from Safeway and added my gum paste flowers to the braided border to be cohesive with the tower and mimic Rapunzel's hair in the movie.

Recycled short and wide dowels to support the heavy rice krispie/gum paste tower so the tower would not crush the half sheet cake. They are actually the feet that came with the plastic shelves we use to store things in the house. Half sheet cake ordered from Safeway and added my gum paste flowers to the braided border to be cohesive with the tower and mimic Rapunzel's hair in the movie.

A walkthrough of the building I finished today! The other one is still on the WIP shelf, but it'll get some love soon enough Any questions, feel free to ask away!

A walkthrough of the building I finished today! The other one is still on the WIP shelf, but it'll get some love soon enough Any questions, feel free to ask away!

Wye Oak - The Tower; love the album, this is the best track - always a feel-good when indie rockers attempt choreography

Wye Oak - The Tower; love the album, this is the best track - always a feel-good when indie rockers attempt choreography

The Drawing of the Three The Dark Tower  Stephen by FADEGrafix, $14.95

The Drawing of the Three- The Dark Tower - Stephen King Inspired - Movie Art Poster

Bellwood Drive-In 1948 - This May 1948 image was taken shortly before the Bellwood Drive-In Theater opened off Route 1 about 4 miles south of Richmond. Billed as the South’s “largest and finest” drive-in, it welcomed more than 1,000 cars through five entrances, at a cost of $1 plus tax for a carload. The tower shown here was 70 feet high, serving as both the front of the theater and the screen. The facility stopped showing movies in the mid-1980.

Bellwood Drive-In 1948 - This May 1948 image was taken shortly before the Bellwood Drive-In Theater opened off Route 1 about 4 miles south of Richmond. Billed as the South’s “largest and finest” drive-in, it welcomed more than 1,000 cars through five entrances, at a cost of $1 plus tax for a carload. The tower shown here was 70 feet high, serving as both the front of the theater and the screen. The facility stopped showing movies in the mid-1980.

Time to get out of the Tower (comic version) THE VANGUARDS KICKING BUTT. I LOVE THIS. <3

Time to get out of the Tower (comic version) THE VANGUARDS KICKING BUTT. I LOVE THIS. <3

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