I had this great idea to make a cake for Easter. Then I had a better idea of baking it in 6 layers with each layer being a different color.
I bought 6 disposable tin foil pan things, a cake mix, and two things of cream cheese frosting.
I mixed up the cake batter, and poured it into six different bowls.
I used food coloring to make the cake batter in each bowl a different color.
Then I baked two cakes at a time.
I was getting more excited when each came out of the oven.
When they were all cooled, I began frosting.
Being an idiot, I started frosting the orange one.
Then I realized I should be frosting the red one, so I switched to the red one.
Then I put the orange one, frosting side DOWN on the red one. Dumb! Now the frosting was double thick between those two pieces, and it was stuck together so I couldn't get the orange one off to flip it over. Also, I laid it on the red one crooked so the whole cake was lop sided. "I'll just trim it up after I stack and frost each one," I thought. Then I realized I was even dumber, because I should have started with the purple one, so it would be on the bottom, so when I was done, red would be on top. Too picky? Perhaps.
I kept layering and frosting.
Then I trimmed it up. And that's where the cake became retarded. The cake just crumbled. So then I tried frosting over the crumble. But I don't have enough frosting to make it look OK.
So here it is, Rainbow Cake Fail: