Hmm… Who doesn’t like cupcakes?
Especially if it’s as cute as this Smiley Green Vampire Cupcake. I know Halloween is over, but I just had to post my favorites from this year.
I’m thinking about making Halloween cake pops to bring to my son’s class on Halloween day. So, I started looking around for an idea & I found all these cute Halloween cake pops. Some of them even look simple enough for me to make.
Look at these Jack O’Lantern cake pops; very simple, round, with green candy on top. Drawing all those faces would be fun to do 🙂
The decision to make this cake was made 2 days before it was due. 🙂 So I didn’t really have much time to plan and as usual I didn’t know how I was going to decorate it. The only thing I knew was that It was going to be a small cake; enough for about 12 people and I wanted it to be less complicated then my previous cakes.
This birthday cake ended up being a 6 inch double-layered round cake. It was a fun one and everyone loved the results.
If you think the art pancakes I posted about before were amazing, your jaw will drop seeing all these other art pancakes. They’re beyond amazing. These pancakes are more artwork more than pancakes for eating. I know I would feel bad if I had to eat one 😀
The birthday cakes were each 3 layers of 6 inch round party sprinkle cake with whipped icing.
I know it’s kind of a last minute for a 4th of July party, but I came across these really cute Uncle Sam cake pops, and I just had to post them 🙂
Happy 4th of July for those in the US.
(via: Fancy Flour)
I was a little curious about how to make cake pops, so I found this clip that I think explains it very clear, step by step. Have fun trying! I know I will 😀
I love the details she had on each cupcake, simple, but very unique & cute.
If you like her Easter Bunny & Carrot cupcakes, you can vote for her to be the Sweetopia Sweet’s of The Week by July 3rd, 2011, by 12 midnight EST.