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This is Cupcake Belle's lovely home, Cupcake Chalet.
The kitchen of Cupcake Chalet is a very yummy place to be.
It's where Cupcake Belle makes delicious
treats, like cakes, cookies and pies.
She's always baking something scrumptious in her kitchen!
This afternoon, Cupcake Belle had been baking some
new yummy delights from her secret recipe book!
She had just put them by the window to cool down.
She decided to go for a flutter around Bellevue while she waited.
She fluttered by Butterfly Belle's garden,
where she found her friend looking a bit puzzled.
"Are you okay?" asked Cupcake Belle.
"I'm very worried," said Butterfly Belle.
I can't find my butterfly friends anywhere!"
"They usually visit my garden to sip sweet nectar from my flowers,
but I haven't seen them all day!"
Cupcake Belle hadn't seen the butterflies either,
so the two Magic Belles set off together to find them.
They fluttered here... They fluttered there...
But they couldn't find the butterflies anywhere!
Cupcake Belle felt very sorry for her friend, so she
invited her to Cupcake Chalet for some afternoon
tea before they started the search again.
When they got there, Cupcake Belle noticed
something was moving on her kitchen windowsill.
It looked like her secret recipe cupcakes had come to life!
When she looked closer, do you know what she saw?
The butterflies from Butterfly Belle's garden were sitting
on her cupcakes, sipping the sweet icing!
The cakes looked so pretty!
"There you are!" jingled Butterfly Belle to her fluttery friends.
"Those cakes must taste good," she laughed.
"It's my new secret recipe!" smiled Cupcake Belle.
"I wasn't sure what to call these cakes, but
now I think I'll have to call them Butterfly Cakes!"
The happy butterflies fluttered away,
and the two friends spent the afternoon testing
Cupcake Belle's new Butterfly Cakes.
Of course, they were really very yummy indeed!