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cake pops of the past

30 Jan

I thought I would have my first real post be about my Cake Pops.  The most asked question I get is how do you make them?! Well, I have some Valentines Day Pops planned that I am gonna lay out every step for you.  So, for now, I am just going to bombard you with pictures of my favorites :) Feel free to ask me any questions about them.

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These pops were so fun and bright! They were for a 30th Birthday and they were so fun and simple to make

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These pops marked a year of making cake pops! Halloween cake pops offer so many options. The first year I made ghosts, pumpkins, and tombs. So, I wanted to mix it up for 2012. I love the Mummies and Frankensteins so much.

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The inspiration for these cake pops came from Bakerella.com I tweaked them a little bit using just the supplies I had, but they still turned out cute and were the perfect addition to a Christmas Party.

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These simple cake pops are some of my favorite because they are so bright and such fun colors. They were for a customer’s babyshower and they were a hit!

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The second cake pops I ever made in 2011. They took me all day to make. haha I love being festive and they were the perfect gift for neighbors and co-workers

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I made these for my boyfriends 21st Birthday. They were so fun and I loved surprising him with them!

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Easter! I got the inspiration from these from bakerella as well. I just changed some pieces to make them my own. Those easter baskets turned out so amazing

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One of my favorite cake pops EVER! They were for a safari themed baby shower and they were so so cute. Lions, tigers, giraffes, monkeys, and zebras oh my. :)

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Another babyshower job. The theme of the party was dalmatians, and the dad-to-be was a fireman. I thought the little hats were a perfect touch.

I love taking each job I get and creating something new and fun with it.  Cake pops have oddly become a large part of my life and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Thanks :)

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5 Responses to “cake pops of the past”

  1. kellybelly685 February 1, 2013 at 10:28 AM #

    You are so talented! I’m loving your blog, keep up the amazing work!

  2. eat sweet. by carla sue February 4, 2013 at 5:42 PM #

    Oh wow…they are all so cute! Looks like you definitely have a talent for cake pop making :)

  3. Sarah @ Cooker Girl February 8, 2013 at 1:27 PM #

    Dang girl, you’re a true cake popper! Love the variety!

  4. MillieMuppet March 8, 2013 at 9:35 AM #

    These are amazing, so creative :)

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