Here’s a set of Christmas cupcakes that my six-year old niece decorated. I’m especially fond of the Rudolph. And Santa’s pretty darn cute too!
Your niece is so talented! I couldn’t have made such a cute Rudolph or Santa 8 years ago…(Yes, I’m 14 :)) and I think your niece is going to be really creative like you, Bakerella.
BTW, why are there only 3 comments? There should be more for this lovely piece of artwork.
Thanks Yuki – this is one of the first posts. Not a lot of readers back then.
Sooo cute! i can only imagine how adorable SHE might be!!!!!!! :)
wow shes must have been a talented little girl she’s probably even more talented NOW
Bakerella, your niece is a more talented decorator than I am! My sister found a recipe from your blog for me to try not too long ago because I liked baking, and now I’ve become obsessed! Your blog is wonderful, and it’s inspired me. Now I bake constantly! I’m having a cake and cheesecake pop extreme baking event with a friend next week with a recipe for brownie cheesecake I discovered not too long ago.
Bless, there great! I still have trouble doing icing now!
I enjoyed baking as a little girl too, and was inspired by my mom, my Gran and my aunt. I find baking is sweeter when it’s for or with the ones you love!
I am trying to make these for a college graduation party and I am having trouble rolling the balls in the chocolate. I used dark chocolate chunks and melted them down, but i can’t seem to roll evenly and look even somewhat appealing. They are chocolate on chocolate so I know they’ll taste good, but I was hoping that they would look a little prettier…..any suggestions???
Wow:) I love the Rudolph as well. Your niece is very creative and neat just like you:)