Thursday, April 2, 2009

I have a problem.

Sheep Cake Pops

I can’t stop making these pops.

Every time I finish making a batch, I tell myself that’s it. No more. I’m done. And, then the next thing I know, I’m buying more lollipop sticks. You know, just in case. The funny thing is, I have several bags of lollipop sticks. I buy them every time I see them. And in different sizes. I don’t do this with the other supplies, just the sticks. It’s weird. I can’t explain it. I guess I’m afraid there will be a stick shortage or something.

But, don’t worry, these are the last of the Easter Cake Pops. Promise. Thanks for hanging in there with me.

To decorate the sheep, I used some…
Sugar Pearls
Itty Bitty Heart Sprinkles

Mini Heart Sprinkles

Teeniny tiny. But HUGE cuteness factor.

Sheep Cake Pops

Sugar pearls for the body and tiny hearts for the noses. The ears are brown rainbow chip sprinkles and the eyes are melted candy coating dotted on with a toothpick.

Licorice Bridge Mix

I also used this candy mix (called Licorice Bridge Mix) that I found at the Fresh Market. The buttons were for the head and the pastels, cut in half, were for the legs.

Sheep Cake Pops

All in all… super cute. And also, super crunchy. I had never eaten sugar pearls before and thought they were too high on the crunch to cake ratio for me. But, if you like crunchy cake, you’re set.

Now, if you don’t like crunchy cake, then you might want to try these instead.

Bunny Cake Pops

So, I lied. These are the last of the Easter Cake Pops.

Little bunny bodies. I about ran out of steam on these. I think you can tell by the effort I put into their faces. But, that’s okay, because their bottoms are so cute.

Bunny Bottoms

Little bunny bottoms! Can you stand it? You want to bite them, don’t you?

Want to make some? Read the basic cake pop instructions first and then use the decorating tips below for the bunnies and sheep.

Sheep Cake Pops

White Candy Melts
Sugar pearls
Licorice Bridge Mix (buttons for heads and pastels cut in half for legs)
Tiny Heart Sprinkles (noses)
Rainbow Chip Sprinkles (ears)
Paper Lollipop Sticks
Styrofoam Block

  • Shape the cake mixture into an oval shape. Chill until firm.
  • Dip a lollipop stick in a little of the white chocolate and insert into the body almost halfway.
  • Then dip the sheep body in a bowl of melted white candy coating. Make sure the bowl is deep enough to dip and remove easily.
  • Tap off any excess coating.
  • When you make these, it’s best if the candy coating has set out for a few minutes after being heated. Because when you remove the pop from the coating, you will want to go ahead and attach the head, then the feet and then sprinkle on the sugar pearls. It’s really a timing thing. If it’s too hot, the adornments will slide off and if it has cooled too long, the chocolate will set before you can finish attaching everything. But not to worry, if that happens, then reheat the coating and use it as a glue to attach things.

Note: sprinkle the sugar pearls over a big bowl because these little guys are hard to catch. I’m still finding them in odd places.

Bunny Cake Pops

White Candy Melts
Tic Tac CHILL mints (ears)
Tiny heart sprinkles (noses)
Mini marshmallows (tails)
Pink and blue edible ink pens
Styrofoam Block

  • Shape the cake mixture into an oval shape. Chill until firm.
  • Dip a lollipop stick in a little of the white chocolate and insert into the body almost halfway.
  • Then dip the bunny body in a bowl of melted white candy coating. Make sure the bowl is deep enough to dip and remove easily.
  • Tap off any excess coating.
  • Insert the tic tac CHILLS in place for the ears. Don’t push too far in or they might crack later. Let dry.
  • For the tails, use a knife and make criss-crossing indentions on a mini marshmallow. Don’t cut through, just enough to give a cottontail effect. Attach the tails with melted candy coating and let dry.
  • Use a toothpick to place a dot of candy coating for the nose and attach a tiny heart sprinkle.
  • Draw on the faces.
  • Bite their bottoms.

Note: The tic tacs worked for the size, but feel free to try something else with a less minty surprise.

Happy Easter Cake Pops

And now, I’m outta here. I need to go buy more sticks. You know, just in case.

maybe strawberry said...

wow!! you continue to amaze me with your new ideas. i love the little lambs. i think those are my favorite so far! thanks again for sharing your great ideas with us!

April 4, 2009 12:12 AM
leah said...

These are beyond cute. How do you store them? How long can you store them?

April 4, 2009 01:26 AM
Huke, Lollie, and Gracie! said...

Have you ever mailed your pops?

Do they ship okay and taste good after a couple of days?

April 4, 2009 01:47 AM
leah said...

Love these! How do you store these and for how long?

April 4, 2009 02:40 AM
HowSweetItIsVT said...

OMG! This are amazing! You now have me thinking of different things I can do with the pops and I am trying out ways to make them into flowers.

You have to stop (not really) so I will!

Thank you for sharing your amazing talent!

April 4, 2009 03:16 AM
Anonymous said...

These are by far the cutest of the Easter pops. They look SO PERFECT!
Cute, cute, cute!

April 4, 2009 04:14 AM
Marthe said...

Aaaaw, these pops are sooo cute!

April 4, 2009 07:43 AM
Juliet said...

Hi Bakerella! I’ve loved following your pow-wow with P-Dub over the past few weeks, and totally love your creativity! My girls and I tried out cake pops today, keeping it simple of course, as we are complete novices! But I had a go at blogging it all like you and PW do, and had a lot of fun. If you have time, I’d love for you to stop by and see what we’ve accomplished!
Love yer werk!

April 4, 2009 09:40 AM
Brenda said...

I absolutely love to see all of your cake pop creations, so please don’t stop. Those sheep are too cute for words, but the chicks you showed a few posts ago are the cutest things I ever saw!!!
I love your blog. You have the most incredible ideas.

April 4, 2009 11:48 AM
Vanessa said...

I would love to make these,and the chicks, well everything! but candy melts are not available where I live (yes, Costa Rica is a Paradise, but some things are just impossible to find!) so, I was thinking of things I could use to sunstitute that. Maybe white chocolate (tinted if needed) or poured fondant? What do you think? Please let me know, I sure want to make this!

April 4, 2009 01:48 PM
crystalmaness said...

How long in advance can these be made? could you make the “cake balls” and freeze them to keep longer (without the candy melt coating)? thanks, crystal

April 4, 2009 02:31 PM
burpandslurp said...

OMG! those are SO adorable! I wouldn’t be able to bear to eat them! you’re a genius!

April 4, 2009 02:34 PM
Chocopink said...

Please don’ stop! It’s so good to come on your blog to see your creation. It’s amazing!

April 4, 2009 03:59 PM
felixandme said...

I thought you’d make some Peeps shaped ones with sanding sugar, for sure! The sheep are adorable.

April 4, 2009 04:29 PM
Tara said...

I’m glad you’re obsessed with these things…. i can’t wait to make some!!! SO ADORABLE!!! ?

April 4, 2009 05:19 PM
Gina said...

Oh for goodness sake, like I need another obsession! How adorable are these???!!!! Off to the store to buy supplies! Thanks for sharing the cuteness :)

April 4, 2009 05:59 PM
RedefinedPossibilities said...

All your cake pops are adorable, but I think I like the easter ones the best – guess it is because I am waiting for spring and bright colors and sunshine!

Great job.

April 4, 2009 07:49 PM
Bobosaurus Wranlger said...

You need to sell these ASAP. Those sheep? I NEED THEM, and I will never be able to pull off that level of adorableness. Fantastic!

April 4, 2009 09:11 PM
katie said...

Can you just teach a class already?? These are insanely cute!!!

April 4, 2009 09:20 PM
The Cr8ive Life said...

OH MY GOODNESS the cuteness just keeps coming!

April 4, 2009 09:50 PM
321 said...

You’re a genius. What can I say…

April 4, 2009 10:25 PM
Loydene said...

The lambs are a total hoot! You are brilliant!

April 4, 2009 11:36 PM
Laci said...

Un believable :-)

April 5, 2009 12:20 AM
lfamily5 said...

You are so amazing, Bakerella! I love all the Easter designs! I can’t wait to try these this week!

April 5, 2009 12:33 AM
laundrylady said...

Cutest things EVER.

April 5, 2009 12:43 AM
mixie said...

gorgeous. just gorgeous. your blog is my new obsession.

April 5, 2009 02:32 AM
esrakrc said...

i follow your funny blog and your delicious baking foods :) and i want to eat them but i m so far away from you :(

April 5, 2009 07:57 AM
lauri said...

Well now I know what I’m contributing to our Easter celebration! These are adorable!

April 5, 2009 02:41 PM
Aileen said...

The sheep are adorable. I think they’re the cutest pops yet. Keep buying sticks!

April 5, 2009 03:55 PM
Kristen and Ryan said...

I LOVE the Sheep!! You are so creative!

April 5, 2009 06:27 PM
Lori Roberts said...

I came across your site via the Wilton forum. OMG!! You are ever so inspiring! I am going to attempt some simple ones for a gal for her birthday this week. I can only hope that mine come out half as good as yours! Please don’t stop! Wondering what you will come up with for the 4th of July! A real pop explosion of some sort! Or Mother’s day and Father’s day! YOU GO GIRL! The pressure is on! LOL!

April 5, 2009 06:39 PM
Julie said...

Now I have a problem…I don’t know which ones I want to make for Easter. I am in love with your handiwork…you are incredible! Keep up the wonderful, amazing work!

April 5, 2009 07:40 PM
Jerri-Lea said...

You really are the MASTER! Keep it up!!

April 5, 2009 08:57 PM
Marina said...

Oh my goodness, those sheep totally rock! I would never have thought of it. I just told two of my neighbors that we were going to hold a cake pop party so we can all practice together. Maybe we can harness our inner bakerellas!

April 5, 2009 11:36 PM
Mixing Bowl Mama said...

These have to be my favourite so far! You are so incredibly talented…The sheep are amazing…thank you for sharing with all of us.

April 6, 2009 01:33 AM
Josephine Milkweed said...

OMG, everytime I check your blog the cuteyness is more intense than the last. I can hardly stand it. And I absolutely do want to nibble those bunny tushies! (Uh…never thought I’d say that!)

April 6, 2009 01:44 AM
Brandy said...

Ok, I gotta tell ya…These are the most addictive little things to make EVER!! they are so cute no matter what the heck you do with them!!! Thank you THANk YOU for such a fun endless idea!!

April 6, 2009 01:52 AM
Maggie said...

I know you said you were done making them for now…but I need your help!

I’m thinking of making cupcake pops for a Mexican themed party I’m throwing in 3 weeks. I was thinking of dipping each one in 3 or 4 colors to look pinata-ish, but I thought maybe you might have a different idea. Help?

April 6, 2009 02:32 AM
sydney85 said...

You are so incredibly talented. I am still having problems with getting the smoothness of the cakepops. Any tricks. I have read all your comments and now I feel obsessed until I make them perfect. I obviously need more directions. Please help

April 6, 2009 02:38 AM
Kelly said...

You just crack me up with the whole bunny bottom thing! LOL! I’m dying to make some of your Easter pops. I can’t pick just one so I haven’t gone shopping yet. You are so creative!

April 6, 2009 05:56 AM
Pattty Treviño said...

soooo cute :)

April 6, 2009 03:21 PM
Anonymous said...

I have to say Bakerella, you are amazing! I applaud you and worship you and think you are the MOST talented and creative person I have never met!

After seeing your blog and these little cuties, I attempted to make these this weekend. It was near to impossible! The size was all wrong, they were grossly mishapen, the coating was either too thick or too thin, I lost my patience, my cake rolls wouldn’t roll correctly, I made a huge mess, and in the end, my husband and son both preferred the crumbled cake mix and icing glop that I was going to throw away after trying for hours. I ended up with 28 of the ugliest pops you have ever seen in your life!

I have great respect for you and worship the master!. I know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so just know that I attempted and failed! You are one of a kind!.

April 6, 2009 04:14 PM
Jackie Bergmann said...

You are my hero and I sooooooooo want to be you when I “grow up!” Your stuff rocks!

April 6, 2009 05:17 PM
Dawn in CA said...

Genius. Seriously – I don’t know how you come up with this stuff, but I am just so happy you do! The sheep are adorable. Totally made me smile. :)

April 6, 2009 05:58 PM
carrie r. said...

I just want to know how you wrote “SUGAR PEARLS” and “TINY HEARTS”… did you actually do that?

April 6, 2009 07:37 PM
Renee said...

These are so stinkin’ adorable!!

April 6, 2009 08:23 PM
Dallas from Bitchin' Lifestyle said...

Please come to my birthday party and make me Peepachus!

April 6, 2009 08:43 PM
Marymary said...

Eres increible!!! llevo mas de dos horas con tu blog y no me canso de mirarlo, estoy alucinada! eso si, me encantaria que estuviera tambeine escrito en español… para pode entender bien todas las cosas que dices…
Eres fantastica y tu blog genial!!!

April 6, 2009 09:06 PM
Bambi said...

perfect for our upcoming family easter party. Thanks again.

April 6, 2009 10:16 PM
Kelly said...

Somebody made your bunny and chick cake pops for an Easter party this past weekend and I walked in and said “Oh, are those cake pops?” and she said “Yeah! Do you follow Bakerella too!?!” It was so funny!!
(They were adorable in real life too, btw!)
Oh, and my favorite Easter candy is easily Cadbury eggs. The originals, if you please!! Chocolate and caramel and such are acceptable but not ideal. ;-)

April 6, 2009 10:35 PM
Heather said...

I can`t find fiiiindddd black candy for sheep faces :(

April 6, 2009 10:36 PM
Alison said...


Bakerella, I love you and your ideas. I look forward to every morning when I wake up and look at your blog. I do have a question regarding making the pops. If you use chocolate cake do you use chocolate icing? What icing did you use for the strawberry cake in the bunny pops?

Thank you so much for your inspiration!

Sincerely, Alison

April 6, 2009 10:53 PM
Alison said...


Bakerella, I love you and your ideas. I look forward to every morning when I wake up and look at your blog. I do have a question regarding making the pops. If you use chocolate cake do you use chocolate icing? What icing did you use for the strawberry cake in the bunny pops?

Thank you so much for your inspiration!

Sincerely, Alison

April 6, 2009 10:54 PM
Deb said...

You had me at the super cute cake pop chicks but, the sheep are beyond sweet! I wish I had even a tiny bit of your talent.

April 7, 2009 01:06 AM
Bakerella said...

leah – in an airtight container for several days or wrapped in treat bags

Huke, Lollie, and Gracie! – yep, but they need to be packaged carefully

Vanessa – if you use white chocolate you may need to add shortening to thin it out. And to color, make sure you use special candy coloring. It can’t contain water.

crystalmaness – I wouldn’t freeze the cake balls, because they should be firm, not frozen when dipped. It can cause problems. But I have frozen finished ones and you can keep them in the fridge overnight before dipping. When coated they last for several days.

Marina – that sounds fun.

Maggie – tint coconut different colors to enhance the pinata effect. You might want to make an easy shape though

sydney85 – it’s all in the tapping.

carrie r. – I sure did. thanks for noticing. It took forever.

Dallas from Bitchin’ Lifestyle – but they are so easy

Heather – what about junior mints. Dark brown.

Alison –

chocolate – chocolate frosting
chocolate – vanilla frosting
chocolate – cream cheese frosting
strawberry – vanilla frosting
strawberry – cream cheese frosting

April 7, 2009 02:46 AM
caligirl said...

I love the sheep! I’m not a fan of crunchy cake, but those are ridiculously cute.

April 7, 2009 05:28 AM
AmandaLFairbanks said...

These are really cute!!! You should set up a stand somewhere and sell these ;)

April 7, 2009 06:41 AM
Ceridwen said...

I an not get over how cute these are!

April 7, 2009 06:00 PM
Jane said...

Oh My Gawd–You are Brilliant!
I bow before your incredible creativity! And I will die if I don’t eat one of those fat little Pikachu’s soon. He was my son’s favorite back in the days of Pokemon.

But the sheep–there are no words for how cute those are! You set the bar too high, you know it?

Thanks for sharing all of this with us!!

April 8, 2009 12:44 AM
Katelyna said...

So my theme for my baby shower is elephants….do you have any suggestions on how to turn cake balls into ellies?

April 8, 2009 01:11 PM
SugarPunk said...

Oh my gosh, these are fabulous! I wish we weren’t flying out tonight – now I want to do crazy things with cake pops. You’re an instigator :)

April 8, 2009 02:11 PM
mrs.deane said...

I must leave a comment and NAME those Pokemon (even though that wasn't really the request) – because my eight year old son is sitting here and will not allow me to let them go unnamed. Of course we were too late to actually enter this contest and win a new DSi… Rats! Or, rodent types! Ha ha.

From left to right

& finally LUCARIO

So, closure has been made.

And now we're off to buy some yellow bunny peeps and food markers. Funtastic afternoon planned, so thanks :O)

April 8, 2009 06:54 PM
momaof4 said...

I had to leave a comment about your peeps. They gave me an idea for a little boy in our life. He is dying of cancer right now and loves those little guys. (not into all the names) But I just had to say thanks for the idea. Praying I get them made up and he will enjoy them this weekend.

Love all your ideas!!!

April 8, 2009 09:22 PM
alice said...

these lil lambs are soooo darn cute!!

April 9, 2009 12:32 AM
Heather and AD said...

You have got to be the most creative person! I can’t believe how cute all your cake pops are! Not to mention they are delicious! I love the sheep! I would never think to make something like that!

April 9, 2009 03:22 AM
Jackie said...

Oh. Huge cuteness factor for real. You are SO right!
: )

April 9, 2009 03:59 AM
L a u r a said...

These are WAY cuter than the little lamb/sheep I’m trying to crochet for my daughter for her First Communion…that she asked me to make! Oh, had I seen your idea a while ago, I may have talked her into this creation. Well, if my crocheted stuffed lamb/sheep is a flop, I’ll keep this in mind!

Thanks for the creative idea!

April 9, 2009 11:37 PM
Lauren said...

Any suggestions for a wedding themed cake-pop? I was thinking of making these for my rehearsal dinner for dessert or for a bridal shower that I’m hosting. I made the chicks/bunnies/eggs and they are adorable! Thank you so much!

April 10, 2009 02:50 PM
Bakerella said...

Katelyna – If you made pink elephants. You could try the strawberry sour punch straws for the trunk. And use the actual pink candy melts for the ears. Actually, that sounds pretty cute. may have to try.

mrs.deane – have fun

momaof4 – oh my. my heart goes out to him. I so hope you can brighten his day.

Lauren – how about just the cupcake pops in the wedding colors.

April 10, 2009 03:40 PM
Carey said...

Absolutely adorable..i am wondering do you make the cake balls?

April 10, 2009 06:43 PM
Nikki said...

So cute! We just finished making the chick, eggs and bunny pops. What a mess but oh so cute! My girls had fun! We did have a few issues, but nothing major. Why does my candy coating keep cracking?

April 11, 2009 02:35 AM
Bakerella said...

Carey – Here you go

Nikki – Yay! cuteness. I’m going to be investigating the cracking issue.

April 11, 2009 04:25 PM
Baking Monster said...

Hey check out my carrot cake pops at my blog!you inspired me!

April 11, 2009 10:22 PM
Cocoa and Coffee said...

Bakerella! Love you and your super cute projects!! We made the easter pops today – check them out

Nikki – the cracking is probably because the cold cake/frosting needs to expand, and if there is no where to expand, it will crack the chocolate coating. We solved this problem by not completely coating the pops – leave a little ring of cake peeking through by the lollipop stick and any expansion will happen there, leaving your coating nice and smooth :)

Good luck!

April 11, 2009 10:42 PM
flamingcat said...

These are sooo cute and I want to try making some! But, um… I have what might be a very stupid question. Feel free to laugh at me if it is, for I am so, so noob at this – are those ‘candy melts’ considered chocolate? I have a friend who is allergic to chocolate, so I was thinking of making some vanilla cake/icing ones, but if the candy coating is chocolate, I can’t figure out what else I could use… then again if I can’t make them without chocolate I guess I’ll just have to make them WITH and then NOT SHARE. Oh darn! :P

April 12, 2009 08:03 AM
Karisa Lynn said...

I absolutely love your blog and thank you for your cake bite recipe! I’ve been making them like crazy and people LOVE them!!

Question – have you have considered putting ice cream in the middle of the cake bites? I’ve been given that request…but I’m not sure about it. What do you think? Please email me at

Thanks so much! I look forward to hearing from you!


April 12, 2009 09:23 AM
Bakerella said...

Baking Monster – cute. maybe I’ll do those next year.

Cocoa and Coffee – thanks

flamingcat – use the vanilla candy melts. the white ones at hobby lobby. just check the packages on the back.

Karisa Lynn – too much trouble. I did make ice cream bon bons though. But I haven’t done it so they look pretty. Just ice cream covered in the chocolate.

April 12, 2009 02:53 PM
lizzomarek said...

we made these cupcakes based off of your recipe, thanks bakarella!

April 12, 2009 03:38 PM
Andrea said...

Bakerella I am new to your blog and quite overwhelmed at how creative and talented you are! I made the easter basket cupcakes and I tried the chick pops for Easter (everyone liked them but they were so not as cute as yours!) The cake pop filling was more like truffles than cake, do you think there was too much frosting? Also, I had trouble with the pops falling off the sticks because of their weight–do you have sugestions on that? You do great work and now I am addicted to your blog for ideas! (And I never followed a blog before!) Thanks for sharing!

April 13, 2009 08:35 PM
Lee, Lucy, Angel Bandit, Gwinn and Harley said...

I made the bunny & chick pops and the chick cake balls for Easter! They were a big hit with everyone! Thanks for your wonderful ideas…I just love them!

April 13, 2009 11:50 PM
Sonja Wright said...

I don’t bake but I love your blog!
I love to see what you have made and I love that you share everything. You rock the house with baking creativity!

April 14, 2009 02:02 AM
mom2kylonna said...

Oh my goodness! These are ADORABLE! Wow! I wish I had the time and energy to do those! Thanks for your awesome site!

April 14, 2009 02:32 PM
Anonymous said...

I made the Egg pops fo my daughters pre-k class the kids(and parents) went crazy over them. Thank you so much for sharing. It was so much more than just a cupcake!

April 14, 2009 06:03 PM
sweetartist said...

THOSE ARE AWESOME. *falls off chair*

April 14, 2009 06:05 PM
Bakerella said...

Andrea – try making them a little smaller next time and use less frosting to mix with your cake.
Oh and welcome!

sweetartist – don’t hurt yourself.

April 17, 2009 01:32 AM
Sara said...

I loved making these with one of my friends. Thanks for the inspiration that you send out to all of us stay at home moms. My twin 4 year olds loved them along with all my neices and nephews. And of course my siblings loved them too! You are a genius!
I already have more planned for
4th of July, Halloween, and Christmas

April 17, 2009 11:20 PM
Bakerella said...

You should look on the site. I’ve done those.

April 23, 2009 12:16 AM
Foodaholic said...

If I were you I don’t think I could stop making them either. You make them so cute!

April 23, 2009 07:30 PM
MissToni said...

I was thinking of doing a barnyard animals theme for a dessert to be auctioned off at the annual Build a Barn Auction/Fundraiser in my hometown.

I would love to include some little piggies but I can’t figure out a way to make a curly tail! And what’s a pig without that tail!?

Any ideas??

May 8, 2009 09:32 PM
Bakerella said...

MissToni –

You can do just the heads. take a look at this cow and imagine him in pink.

May 9, 2009 12:05 AM
Hayley said...

I am seriously fascinated with the coloured candy coating I keep hearing about! I haven’t heard of it before found you’re site, I’m from New Zealand, we don’t have fancy things for making candy here, we only just got Reese’s! Anyway, I really want to try your cake pops and I’m not sure what to use for the coating, is it crunchy? Or soft? Is it just like normal icing?
Btw I LOVE your site, it actually encourages me to go to work in the morning hehe

May 15, 2009 01:34 AM
Bakerella said...

It’s like chocolate or almond bark if you have heard of that. It’s basically just chocolate that’s already tempered.

You can also get the colored ones in vanilla flavor.

May 15, 2009 03:18 AM
Anonymous said...

i told my mom the other day that you are a pop star!!!! i love to see what you make next its always cute!!

May 15, 2009 08:37 PM
Cupcake Princess said...

These are fantastic!!!! I tried making some of your cake pops last week. I was told by everyone they were delicious but I am yet to master the look!!! :( Maybe my Wilton melts were not melted enough?!?! I can't wait to have another go!!! I am a new blogger long time baker and absolutely LOVE your blog!!!!!

July 4, 2009 03:23 AM
Addie said...

Hi Bakerella, thanks for the wonderful idea! I'm going to make these for my daughter's 2nd birthday, the theme is "sheep." I was just wondering how long these would keep, meaning how much in advance can I make these? Thank you, Addie

August 2, 2009 09:30 PM
Bakerella said...

They'll last for several days.

August 4, 2009 12:28 AM
Debbie said...

I loveeeeeeeeeeee how cute they look! <3

October 2, 2009 02:40 PM
Debbie said...

(R) hibbie!

October 2, 2009 02:40 PM
Channa said...

AAAAAAAAAAAAARRRGHHHHHHHHHHHH!! just!! aaarrghh!!! heaven!

October 26, 2009 08:29 AM
flutterbyblue said...

These are ADORABLE!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

November 7, 2009 08:48 AM
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