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watch follow Rich Brooks, the cake’s artist, on painting the cake: “With this cake I invited families to bring their children. showing big hearts giving to little hands help. Painted children holding placards surrounded the cake spelling out Thank you. One little girl on the cake became very popular as her shirt that read “I love cake” and next to her is a sweet young girl expressing “me too”. It was fun to include importance of people with disabilities and the importance of hands touching hands. To make this cake special, I invited cakers to bring in their children so we could put their hands on the cake. This was inspired by one young lady asked me if she could touch the cake. I realized it was important and I wanted to share in painting this cake. A few adults wanted to help, so heck, their hands are on the cake too.”