Snow White Party Pack

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This Snow White Party Pack is sure to enhances any princess inspired party! Pieces without the character are available as a free printable.

Please click on the image/link to print. All suggested instructions can be found {{HERE}}

 

Snow White Princess Party Invitation (English)
Invitations available for purchase through my Etsy shop {HERE}. It is an editable invitation  meaning you are able to type  in the party details yourself using Adobe Reader.

Snow White Princess Party Cupcake Wrappers Striped available for purchase instant download {HERE}

Snow White Princess Party Striped/Chevron Pattern (free)

Snow White Princess Party Bunting Striped

Snow White Princess Party Bunting Chevron

Snow White Princess Party Drink Labels

 Thanks for reading along and I hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!

 This party pack is able to be customized and is available for purchase {{HERE}} through my Etsy shop

I always love to hear your feed back, so please let me know what you think!

 

 

 


I offer out these free printables for personal use only. These are copyrighted images and are not meant to be resold or used for anything other than personal use. If you use these image, you must credit me as the source. By printing any of the above graphic images you agree to the abide by the terms I set forth. If you are unsure of any of this, please feel free to contact me
 
Thanks ūüôā

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Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Cupcake Wrappers

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To print please click on the appropriate link below.

Please not that the larger Rudolph has 2 wrappers per page and the patterned wrappers are the two different patterns per page. (1 of each)

These can be printed out on any 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. I tend to use card stock because it is sturdier, but regular printing paper can also be used. Just print, cut out and attach the backs of the wrappers using glue or tape.

I tend to overlap the edges a bit, so they can be sized a bit, test a wrapper out on a cupcake to be sure the size matched correctly!

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Cupcake Wrappers

Green Chevron and Green Striped Cupcake Wrappers

 Miniature Assorted Rudolph Cupcake Wrappers & Patterned Wrappers

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Enjoy!!

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Pokemon Pikachu Cupcakes

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When I started doing research on Pokemon, I had no idea the amount of characters involved.

There are A LOT! So when I was brainstorming for ideas for these cupcakes, I figured Pikachu was the safest bet and the most recognizable of them all.

He seems to be the most recognizable character. In my defense, my kids are still too young to be into Pokemon and even I know who Pikachu is, so that is the character I decided to go with.

He was pretty easy to make, a simple line drawing I tweaked a bit in order to fit into the topper size I needed. If you would like to make this yourself you can print the template I used from {HERE}. If this is your first time on this site you may want to review how I make these by reading this post or this post. They both pretty much cover all the bases on how I make these type of sugar toppers.

After printing out and covering your templates, you can outline and fill in the details of Pikachu using royal icing. Letting each color fully dry before adding the next color.

I typically let the finished topper dry for a full 24 hours before I lift them off the paper, this insures that it is completely dry.

This is a different topper ūüôā

 

When I’m ready to put all my¬†pieces¬†together, I pipe a ring of frosting around the rim of the cupcake using a large decorating tip (#1M) and roll it in whatever type of sprinkles I am using. For this particular cupcake I used multi-colored confetti sprinkles, to give it a little extra pop of color.

Being really¬†careful¬†and very¬†gentle,¬†I place the topper on top of the frosted cupcake and give it a little turn as I push down, to help it adhere to the frosting. And viola…the finished cupcakes!!

I used both chocolate and vanilla frosting for these.

The birthday boy loved them and the parents gobbled up the leftovers, so all in all another great cupcake success!! If you have any questions or just want to  let me know you were here, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Happy Cupcaking!

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Tangled Inspired Rapunzel Cupcake Stand

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This is by far the most fun I have ever had making and creating a cupcake tower.

This Tangled inspired Rapunzel tower is all edible (minus the foam base) composed of Rice Krispie treats and tinted fondant!

 For those of you that would like to make this yourself, which I KNOW you totally can, the following  is an abridged version on how to make this. If you need any help or have questions, you can email me also.

To make Rapunzel’s tower I first made a batch of rice krispie treats, molded them into the shapes I would need and let them dry out a bit in order to hold there shape.

If you are unfamiliar with how to do that you can find information to make them {{HERE}}

This is what you will need….

  • Marshmallows
  • Rice Krispies
  • Fondant
  • Gel Food Color ¬†(Green, Yellow, Black Violet, Blue, Peach, Brown)
  • Dowels
  • Pretty Ribbon to wrap base, I used a green gingham
  • 6′ Inch Foam Round(For the base)
Jut a little reminder, you do not have to recreate this exactly the way I did. Take some liberty to make it work for you with where you are at in your skill level and with what you have available to you in order to make it.

These are all separate shapes I made using everyday kitchen stuff to mold them. The bottom part of the tower was molded using a very large narrow drinking cup. The bottom portion was made using a cylindrical plastic holder I had. This is the naked tower, before all the fun began! I inserted a wooden dowel through the whole of the tower to help it stay stable,once it was placed on top of the cupcake stand.

To cover each piece, I first crumb coated it in butter cream frosting, rolled out my white fondant and carefully covered each piece. Since it is supposed to have a grainy, stone look, I didn’t smooth it out a great deal. I also made ¬†hole through the middle of it, so that all¬†pieces¬†would align on the dowel.


For the bottom part of the tower I wrapped ¬†half of it in a gray fondant (white tinted with black gel food coloring) since this is where the stones would go, and I didn’t want the white to peak through. To make the stones, I simply made two shades of gray fondant, rolled them into imperfect ball or varying sizes and squooshed each one flat. To attach I used a dab of corn syrup.

When this was finished I added on the middle part that Rapunzel’s tower rests on. With brown tinted fondant I simply cut out strips and rolled them up and attached them to the tower. I did basically the same thing for the tower portion, except they were straight strips and the rolled ones around Rapunzel’s window were just larger rolled fondant strips.


For the roof I use a sugar cone I coated in white chocolate and wrapped a piece of blue fondant  I rolled out . Then with a purple and blue tinted fondant I cut haphazard square tiles to build the roof tower.


I used mostly purple fondant, but randomly placed a blue tile every here and there to break it up a bit.

Since I have never made any type of fondant figures, I was terrified of making Rapunzel’s face. I was going to chicken out and just have her hair be shown, but took a chance and was surprised that I did so well. To make her face, all I did was roll out a ball and pinch it on top, rolled a really, really small ball for her nose and attached two pieces of black fondant for her eyes.

For her arms, I just rolled out a longer piece of fondant and shaped it to appear as though she was leaning on the ledge of her tower window. Her hair is simply, yellow fondant, rolled really thin and draped down the tower.


On the very bottom of the tower is a round piece of foam I covered in green fondant. I used it just to keep it all together. I placed a few rolled fondant rocks around the bottom of the tower and finished the whole thing off with a green gingham ribbon and purple fondant flowers.

Lastly, since this was a cupcake stand, I added in the cupcakes ūüôā Chocolate and vanilla flavored with vanilla butter cream frosting, adorned with purple fondant flowers!


This was the first of what I hope to be many inspired cupcake stands!!!

Hope you enjoyed this!!

If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below!


How to Make Cookie Monster Cupcakes

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This¬†is¬†a step by step “how to” on¬† how I¬† made these adorable miniature Cookie Monster cupcakes

for my daughter’s second birthday.They were a hit and super easy to make!


This is what you will need:

  • Miniature cupcakes (Try and match the wrapper color ¬†to the character.)
  • Vanilla Frosting
  • Miniature chocolate chip cookies
  • Miniature chocolate chips
  • 2 Decorating bags
  • 2 Couplers
  • Decorating Tip #233 & # 12
  • Blue gel food coloring

All supplies needed to make these Cookie Monster cupcakes can be purchased {HERE}

 

Before you begin frosting your cupcakes, first you have to make a cut out of his mouth, this is where the cookie will go when you are done frosting him. With a small knife cut out a semi circle, just a little bit bigger than the miniature chocolate chip cookie.

You can test if it is big enough, by putting the cookie in the opening, if it stays put, the opening is large enough. If it feels like it may fall out, cut a little bit more out until it’s a snug fit.

You can either use store bought vanilla frosting or make your own vanilla butter cream frosting. Recipe to make your own can be found¬†{HERE}.¬† Section your vanilla frosting into two separate bowls in order to tint¬† the frosting. Add the blue coloring a little at a time, until you have reached the color of cookie monster’s Fur. You can leave the last part plain white, since this will be used for his eyes.

Fill you decorating bags and get all your tips ready to decorate!

With tip #233 on the blue frosting, begin piping the frosting around the outer edge of the cupcake. Continue around and in until all but the mouth is covered. You can add more frosting if you want to build up his fur in certain areas, or to give him more of a shape.

Now you are ready to add his eyes. With a #12 tip on your white frosting, pip two eyes right above his mouth. Add the miniature chocolate chips to each eye and you are finished! Easy enough right!

And there you have it..now just join him with the rest of his buddies and you have created the hit of the party!

 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have any questions or just want to say hello to let me know you were here, please feel free to leave a comment below!


How to Make Miniature Elmo Cupcakes

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This¬†is¬†a step by step “How To” for how I¬† made these adorable miniature Elmo cupcakes for my daughter’s second birthday.

They were a hit and super easy to make!

This is what you will need:

  • Miniature cupcakes (Try and match the wrappers to the character.)
  • Vanilla Frosting
  • Black gel icing
  • Miniature chocolate chips
  • Pretzel M&M’s (the orange ones)
  • Decorating bags
  • 2-3 Couplers
  • Decorating Tip #233 & # 12
  • Red gel food coloring
  • Food paint brush

Supplies needed to make these Elmo cupcakes can be purchased {HERE}

You can either use store bought vanilla frosting or make your own vanilla butter cream frosting. A wonderful, delicious recipe can be found¬†{HERE}.¬† Section your vanilla frosting into two separate bowls in order to tint the frosting. Add the red coloring a little at a time, until you have reached the color of Elmo’s Fur. You can leave the last part plain white, since this will be used for his eyes.

Fill you decorating bags and get all your tips ready to decorate!

The black gel icing should come in a little tube, which will allow you to pipe a bit out onto the cupcake. Using the food paint brush, shape the gel into a half¬† moon shape on the bottom of the cupcake, this will be his mouth.¬† Don’t worry about getting it perfect, much of it will get covered by frosting later on.

With tip #233 on your red frosting and begin piping the outer edge of the cupcake.

Circle around the outer edge of the cupcake and work your way in like a reverse swirl pattern, until all of the cupcake is covered. Be mindful not to cover his mouth. You can add as much frosting as you like and can build up the shape by layering the frosting.

Now take your orange pretzel M&M and place it above his mouth. You could use Orange Peanut M&M’s for this as well, but since people have food allergies, I played it safe. But the choice is yours and feel free to use whatever works.

See he’s taking shape already!

With a #12 tip on your white icing, add the eyes. Use a wet finger to shape the frosting if necessary. Place a miniature chocolate chip in each eye…and you are done!

And there you have it..now just join him with the rest of his buddies and you have created the hit of the party!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have any questions or just want to say hello to let me know you were here, please feel free to leave a comment below!

 

 

 


How to Make Big Bird Cupcakes

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This¬†is¬†a complete tutorial of how I made theses adorable miniature Big Bird cupcakes for my daughter’s second birthday. They were a hit and super easy to make!

This is what you will need:

  • Miniature cupcakes (Try and match the wrappers to the character.)
  • Vanilla Frosting
  • Decorating bags
  • 4 Couplers
  • Decorating Tip #101, #12, #8, #5
  • Yellow, Orange & Pink gel food coloring
  • Miniature Chocolate chips

All supplies needed to make these Big Bird cupcakes can be purchased {HERE} 

¬†You can either use store bought vanilla frosting or make your own vanilla butter cream frosting. Recipe can be found¬†{HERE}.¬† Section your vanilla frosting into 4 separate bowls in order to tint the frosting. Add the yellow coloring a little at a time, until you have reached the color of Big Bird’s Feathers. Add the orange until you get the correct shade for his beak. Now for the inside of his beak I added both orange AND pink to the frosting, to get the bright pinkish, orange color I used. You can leave the last part plain white, since this will be used for the eyes.

 Fill you decorating bags and get all your tips ready to decorate!  With tip#101 on your Yellow frosting get ready to pipe the feathers around the rim of the cupcake. You may want to practice on a piece of wax paper in order to get the feel of it first.

I created this by simply zig zagging the frosting up and down, so it laid upon it self. If there is a name for this technique, I have no idea what it is, I just thought it looked like feathers so I went with it.

Keep going around, until the entire surface of the cupcake is covered.

Now lets add the beak. With tip #8 on your orange frosting create a “V” shape in the middle of the cupcake.

Now with tip #5 on the orange/pink concoction ūüôā make a smaller “V” on the inside of the beak. You tweak this a bit after it sets using a spatula to add in definition, if you like.

With tip #12 on your white frosting add the eyes, above the beak.

Add the miniature chocolate chips…and you are done!

 

And there you have it..now just join him with the rest of his buddies and you have created the hit of the party!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! If you have any questions or just want to say hello to let me know you were here, please feel free to leave a comment below!

 

 


How to Make Oscar the Grouch Cupcakes

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I¬†had¬†no idea what a hit these would turn out to be when I made them for my daughter’s second birthday.

They were much easier to make then I realized, so I thought I would share how I made them for those of you that would like to make them as well!

They are miniature, bite sized cuteness!!

 

This is what you will need:

  • Miniature cupcakes (Try and coordinate the cupcake wrapper with the color of the character)
  • Vanilla Frosting
  • Chocolate Frosting
  • Black Gel Icing
  • Green & red gel food coloring
  • 4 Couplers
  • 4 Decorating bags
  • Decorating tip #233, #14, #3 & #12
  • Miniature Chocolate Chips
  • Food Paint Brush

Any Supplies needed to make these cupcakes are available {HERE}

You can either use store bought vanilla frosting or make your own vanilla butter cream frosting. Recipe can be found {HERE}.  Section your vanilla frosting into three separate bowls in order to tint the frosting. Add the green coloring a little at a time, until you have reached the color of Oscars fur. Do the same for the red. You can leave the last part plain white, since this will be used for his eyes. You can leave the chocolate alone, since it is fine all by itself for his Eyebrow (Unibrow).

Fill you decorating bags and get all your tips ready to decorate!

The black gel icing should come in a little tube, which will allow you to pipe a bit out onto the cupcake. Using the food paint brush, shape the gel into a half¬† moon shape on the bottom of the cupcake, this will be his mouth.¬† Don’t worry about getting it perfect, most of it will get covered by frosting later on.

Now put your #233 tip on your green frosting and begin piping his fur.


Circle around the outer edge of the cupcake and work your way in, until all of the cupcake is covered. You can add as much frosting as you like and can build up the shape by layering the frosting.

Now you are ready to add the mouth. With a #3 Tip on your red frosting, gently pipe a small dot on the upper part of Oscars mouth. You can wet your finger in clean water and pat down the frosting if it is raised too much.

With a #12 tip on your white icing, add the eyes. Use a wet finger to shape the frosting if necessary.

Add a miniature chocolate chip to each eye. Now he’s starting to look like Oscar ūüôā

But don’t forget his brow! With a #14 tip on your chocolate frosting, pip a tight zigzag across the top of his eyes to create his eyebrow!

And there you have it..now just join him with the rest of his buddies and you have created the hit of the party!

Hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Thanks for reading!


How to make Hello Kitty Cupcakes

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My¬†two year old has recently fell in love with “Hello Kitty”. If she is to spot her randomly about, a sudden squeal of high pitched enthusiasm erupts from her pint sized self, as she points and repeatably squeaks…..”Kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty.”

¬†Needless to say she likes Hello Kitty, and why wouldn’t she?

Her character is so simplified and charming that it is so appealing to little girls, like mine. So I thought I would surprise her by making her some cupcakes with a picture of Hello Kitty on top! They were a complete hit, she loved them!!!

For those of you that wish to make them as well, you can follow along with how I made them….

This is what you will need:

These sugar toppers were actually¬†very¬†easy to make and I made them in an afternoon; so even if you don’t have a lot of experience working with royal icing, you could still make these with no problems ūüôā
To make any of the templates I use to create these traceable sugar toppers, I use a free program from Serif called Page Plus, it’s a great little graphics program to knock around with and it’s relatively easy to use.¬† I found and downloaded a image of Hello Kitty through a Google image search, and using the Page Plus program I centered it in a circle a bit larger than 2 1/2 inches in diameter. (2.69 inched to be exact.)

If your not so graphic savvy you can print the templates from here¬† Full Head Kitty¬† and Blue Dress Kitty. I typically print out a few more than I need, this helps with practicing and for the inevitable mistakes that “I” always make.

Cover them in wax paper, and tape them to the wax paper so they will not move as you trace them.

¬†Now you can make your royal icing. For these I used a Wilton recipe, which can be found {HERE} After you have finished making your icing, it’s time to start adding some color to it! In 4-5 separate bowls mix your colors!

Black will take A LOT of gel coloring, red a little less and the blue and yellow take very little. Start small and add if you need to. If you add to much coloring just add some of the un-tinted icing back into the mix to lighten it. If you have it handy you can tint the already white royal icing with the white tint….it does make a difference.

The consistencies of the icing should be as follows:

Black: Piping consistency (Think Toothpaste)

Red: Flood Consistency (Think Honey)

Blue: Flood Consistency

Yellow: Piping Consistency

White: Flood Consistency

¬†After you’ve tinted your icing, fill your decorating bags. You can cap off the ends with a coupler and some saran wrap until you are ready to use each color.With your black icing and tip #1 start outlining Kitty’s face.
Switching to tip # 1.5 and outline the small details inside her bow. (You can use #1 tip for all of this if you choose)

Still using the black Icing, switch to a #2 tip and trace the outer circle of each topper. Take your time!

When you are done, let them dry for 30-45 minutes…The longer the better! When they are dry you can begin filling in the bows. With a #1 or a 1.5 tip on your red icing , flood the inner parts of the bows.

When all the bows are finished, switch to the blue icing (if you are doing the Kitty in the blue dress) and with a #1 or #1.5 tip fill in her dress. As soon as you fill all the dresses, switch to the white icing with a #1.5 tip and add in the polka dots while the blue is still wet, work quickly, they will meld into the blue a bit, but still remain raised

With all the little details done, you can put them aside for about 15 minutes or so before you start flooding the remainder with white. When you are ready put a #1 tip on your white and begin flooding around kitty’s face and her hands and feet (paws).

 Do the inside of her face LAST!
When you are finished filling the face, switch to the yellow and a #1 tip and pipe the nose onto Kitty’s face. Just a small squeeze, to make a small dot.
 Let the toppers dry completely, preferably overnight, before you peel them off.
This is what they will look like! Hello Kitty with her signature blue dress….
And the full sized head Hello Kitty, such a wonderful way to dress up a cupcake!
Now you are ready to put your cupcakes together! Yippee!  Fill a bowl with some multicolored confetti sprinkles and set it to the side. Fill a decorating bag with vanilla frosting (or whatever flavor you choose.) I use a #1M tip for this, but you can use whatever large tip you prefer. Start frosting a ring around the outer edge of your cupcakes. It should look like this when you are finished.
 
Now dip the cupcake into the confetti sprinkles and gently roll it, coating the entire edge.
Finally, place the topper on top of the cupcake and gently press down.  Try to use equal pressure so as to not to break the topper, as they are very delicate!  Voila...your finished Hello Kitty Cupcakes! Now pat yourself on the back, job well done!

These cupcakes can be stored in the fridge for a day or two without the royal icing toppers breaking down.You can also make these topper well in advance, just store them in an airtight container, until you are ready to use them.

I hope this was informative enough. Please feel free to comment below if you have any questions or to just let me know you were here!

Most of all though….enjoy and happy cupcaking!

 

 

 

Please note that this cupcake tutorial is meant only for personal and not commercial use!!

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How to Make Monster High Cupcakes

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I¬†have¬†been getting a few inquiries on the Monster High Cupcakes I had made, so I thought I would share with you all how I made them. I’ve also recently made varied versions of the different character skullettes into cookies which you can read ¬†about¬†{HERE}¬†and I also made a skullette cake pop which you can read about¬†{HERE}.

But if your not into the whole bake and create it yourself thing, you can print out these fabulous free Monster High Cupcake wrappers I designed from {HERE}and fun drink and goodie bag labels from {HERE} 

Be forewarned this post is a bit lengthy,¬†but¬†covers all the basics to make them. But if you find that you need any help, please just ask ūüôā

¬†This is what you will need….

  • Cupcakes…duh
  • 4-5 decorating bags
  • 3-4 couplers
  • Skull template (I can help you with this)
  • Wax Paper
  • Royal Icing
  • Pink, red & black GEL food coloring
  • Pink sprinkles
  • Vanilla Frosting
  • Decorating tip # 1, 2 and 1M
  • Thin tipped food paintbrush (or toothpicks)
  • Time and Patience

Any supplies needed to make these cupcakes are available {HERE} 

Before you start anything; baking, mixing etc. You will need a template to work from. You can create one yourself or just or you can print a copy from here ——>¬†Skull & Bow Template.¬†

If you want to be really brave you can try and make these in a miniature version by printing a copy of this miniature version from here ————>Miniature Skull & Bow Template

But if your not that savvy please shoot me an email at mightydelighty(at)gmail(dot)com and I will  gladly help you.

I found and downloaded a image of the skullette using Google image search. With a free graphics program I use from Serif (Page Plus) I centered it in a circle a bit larger than 2 1/2 inches in diameter, (2.69 inches to be exact.) then copy and pasted the image onto the page 5 times , printing out the final version.

Cover the front of the template with wax paper (don’t use parchment paper) ¬†and tape it to the printout so it won’t move when you begin outlining them with the Royal Icing. I tend make as many as I may need to trace out, plus extra in case I mess up on a few.

When that is done, make your Royal Icing.¬† If you are not familiar with a Royal icing recipe and need a good one, you can find the recipe I use¬†here, it’s from the amazing and awesome blog,¬†The Sweet Adventures of Sugar Belle. It’s almost impossible not to get lost on her site for hours just browsing through all her magical and colorful cookies!¬†(If your not making a lot of toppers just cut her recipe in half.)¬†

For 24 toppers I use about 3/4 cup of white, less than 3/4 cup of black and less than a 1/4 cup of pink.

When you begin tinting the black, keep in mind that it is going to take a lot of gel color to get it black.  Pink takes a bit as well, but will darken if you add in a little red as well. The white can be enhanced to be even more white by using a white icing tint, but it is not necessary. Royal icing hardens and dries as it is exposed to air, so cover each mixed color with a wet paper towel to prevent this.

Just a side note: Royal Icing darkens as it sits, so if you get it close to the color you wish…leave it alone for a bit and it¬†will¬†darken up!

After you’ve tinted your icing, fill your decorating bags. You can cap off the ends with a coupler and some saran wrap until you are ready to use each color.¬†(Even though that is NOT what I did in this picture.)

The consistency of the black icing should be soft but not runny, I like it a bit softer, but everyone has their own preference. White and pink should be of flooding consistency, think warm honey. If you need help with consistencies of the Royal Icing, please again check out This Post from The Sweet Adventures of Sugar Belle, she has so many great tutorials that can help you with this.

Once you’ve got the consistency down, get ready to start making the toppers. With your black icing and tip #2 start outlining the shape of the skull and the outer part of the bow.

Next fill in the eyes and nose. Do not worry about the eyelashes for now!

With the black icing, switch to a #1 tip and fill in the inner bow details.

Switch back to a #2 tip and start outlining the circle around each skull.

When your done, they should look like this…so cute ūüôā

Now walk away for about an hour, to let them set and dry. (The longer they sit, the better they are.) If the black hasn’t fully dried, it may leach color back into the white flood color. This is usually a good time to clean up the mess made from making the royal icing and/or¬† to start baking your cupcakes if you haven’t already.

If your going to take the time to make these awesome little cupcake toppers,¬†please¬†pick out an equally awesome cupcake wrapper…it¬†will¬†make a difference. I love the Reynolds Stay Brite Baking cups, because they look exactly the way they do before baking!

Now that your cupcakes are made, and cooling, let’s get back to the toppers! With a #1 tip on your pink icing, fill in the bows.

When they are all finished, put a #1 tip on your white icing to flood and the inner part of the skull.

Be careful when you work or you will do what I did…oooops!

After all the skulls have been flooded with the white icing, begin flooding the outer part of the topper with the white icing, still using tip#1. (A larger tip can be used, I prefer the smaller one)

I usually like to let them set overnight to really make sure they are dry, but a few hours will suffice if that is all you have. When making them, I usually make a couple of dummy ones, that you can use to test how dry they are. When they are fully dry you can peel them from the wax paper.

Now this is when the eyelashes are applied. In a little bowl add a small blob of the black icing. With your food¬† paintbrush, gently add on the eyelashes. You may wa’tn to practice on a piece of paper before you begin, to get the feel of it. If you don’t have a paintbrush, you can use a toothpick.

Now lets, start putting all the pieces together. Fill a bowl with some pink sprinkles and set it to the side. Fill a decorating bag with vanilla frosting or whatever flavor you choose. I use a 1M tip for this, but you can use whatever tip you prefer. Start frosting a ring around the outer edge of your cupcakes.

It will resemble this when you are done.

I sometimes add in a bit of chocolate frosting to the middle for an extra treat,  but it is not necessary to fill the middle.  Now dip the cupcake into the pink sprinkles and gently turn it, coating the entire edge.

Finally, place the topper on top of the cupcake and gently press down, try to use equal pressure so as to not to break the topper, as they are very delicate!

Voila...your finished Monster High Cupcakes! Now pat yourself on the back, job well done!

These cupcakes can be stored in the fridge for a day or two without the royal icing toppers breaking down.

If you need ANY help, please feel free to comment below or email me, I am always happy to answer any questions you may have!!!

Most of all though….enjoy!

 

 

 

 

          
***Many of the supplies, plus more can be purchased {HERE….at my shop)¬†to help spice up any Monster High Theme Party!

 

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