Mia Fashion Plates and Cupcakes (Cupcake Diaries)
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Can the new Fashion Club be the icing on the cupcake for Mia, or is she in over her headshot?
When fashionista Mia hears someone is starting a Fashion Club at school, how can she resist? But can she manage to take part in two clubs at the same time? And what will her Cupcake Club friends think about this? Worst of all, Mia’s frenemy Olivia Allen wants to be in charge of the Fashion Club. Can Mia and Olivia make peace long enough to survive a fashion show?
computer room to print it out?” I asked. Beth shrugged. “We can check.” As Beth and I were talking, everybody else was getting their stuff together and leaving. “This will go fast if we all help,” I said, but everybody just kept talking and heading out the door. “Let’s check out the computer room,” I said with a sigh. We got lucky—I guess. Mr. Modica, the computer teacher, was still there, and he said we could use the computer and printer since it was for a school club. Beth made a file with
“But I like pizza,” Eddie said. Mom turned around to look at me. “We’re going to the Salad Factory for lunch, Mia,” she informed me, and Eddie glanced at my mom and frowned a little. Uh-oh, I thought. Maybe the perfect child thing I was doing wasn’t enough. Had there been any unusual stress in the house lately? I wondered. Not really, except for my crazy schedule. Maybe that’s what was stressing them out. But I couldn’t help my schedule, could I? I mean, I like all the things I do outside
knew would go perfectly with the dress she was going to wear. “Mom says she’ll come backstage and help us put our outfits together,” I informed everyone. “I still say we should be doing this on our own,” Olivia said. “It’s nice of Mia’s mom to help us,” Julia countered. “And let’s face it, we could use some help getting this thing off the ground,” said Libby. “Fine,” Olivia said. “Anyway, we need to talk about other stuff. Like how much we’re going to charge at the door.” “We’re charging at
only thing is, as an employee, I’m always sworn to secrecy about brides (especially Romaine!) and their details. This can be frustrating and hard, since I’m so used to telling my friends everything. It’s just that I’m so dying to tell them I’m seeing Romaine tomorrow that I might burst! I looked down at my nails. If Alexis were to look at my face, she’d totally know I was hiding something. Since our Cupcake business meeting was finished for the day, we moved into the kitchen to start baking, and
cute sitting on top of the icing. I put those on the pink cake stand. Katie came in carrying more cupcake carriers. The third held chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting. We’d decorated them with little jelly candies that we thought looked like jewels. For our fourth kind of cupcake, we had gone with one of our more adventurous flavors—lemon ginger—because a lot of people will buy a cupcake if it’s a flavor they’ve never tried before. We’d topped them with pale-yellow lemon frosting and