Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Pop Star: Cindie in Ohio


“I love a challenge, but at first I thought I bit off more than I could chew! I received a request to create an “American Girl” cake pop. This, with the help from my mom, is what we came up with! It took several tries to get the hair just right, but in the end, homemade marshmallow fondant worked best. The client was very pleased and loved her cake pops!” –Cindie

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Shelan said...

Wow! The hair looks so good! And I love her little blushing cheeks! Cute!

July 19, 2012 01:24 AM
Beth said...

How PERFECT! How’d you get the ‘rosy cheeks’?

July 20, 2012 01:22 AM
Tonya said...

Very pretty how did you make the hair?

July 21, 2012 10:49 AM
Melissa W. said...

Cindie made my cake pops for my daughters 1st bday party! There were lady bugs with the wings and all! There were so cute! If I could post a picture I would! Someone let me know if I can post a pic.

July 31, 2012 10:26 AM
Cindie said...

Thanks everyone! Beth – I used Wilton’s pink luster dust and applied with a Q-tip on cheeks. Tonya – the hair is made from homemade marshmallow fondant (it tastes better and easier to sculpt with I think). Then you roll out into little sections and place on the head and use a toothpick to mark lines where the hair falls. Melissa – I’ll submit the ladybugs – thanks!

July 31, 2012 12:32 PM
Rebecca said...


August 21, 2012 05:38 PM
Grace said...

Omg. I absolutely LOVE those! (:

August 21, 2012 10:52 PM
Maria said...

Hi Cindie,


How did you do the hair with Marshmallow fondant?
Will your share the steps how to make the hair?


September 20, 2012 04:26 PM
Abby said...

wow those are perfect!

October 10, 2012 11:49 AM
Heather said...

I made these for my daughters party. I used Wiltons chocolate candy melts for the hair. It wasn’t as perfect as Cindies but they looked really cute. I used a toothpick to put on the hair. Also I found some Egnog candy melts and they made the most lovely Caucasian skin tone. I used a qtip with Karo syrup to get the shimmer on the cheeks. It took me about 2 hrs to make 12… Not for faint of heart.

January 24, 2013 10:41 AM
Cindie said...

Maria – Basically you need to take a small ball of fondant and flatten it out and place it on the head carefully and mold it on with your fingers where the hairline would be, then use a toothpick to add the lines in the hair. It takes a couple times to get the hang of it. Definitely time consuming, but looks so nice when it’s finished.

Heather – I’d love to see it with chocolate hair! How did you do that? With a piping bag? Yes, you are correct, not for the faint of heart! You have to really be committed once you start.

January 30, 2013 12:54 PM
Muskaan said...

I love your work

March 16, 2013 07:37 PM
Cybelle Marie Cutaran said...

This is what i Talking about this is a real WORK OF ART!!!!!!!

November 4, 2013 06:50 AM
Lavonne Goldberg said...

Do you have more pictures to share like the brown headed American Girl.

May 23, 2015 01:39 PM
martha torres said...

me facinasn todo

September 4, 2015 04:39 PM
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