Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Pop Star: Wendy in California

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“I had fun making these costumes for Halloween…..and the kids (big and little) enjoyed being treated. The soccer team loved the soccer spider! Thanks for the inspiration…..LOVE your book!” – Wendy

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Beth said...

Super-spooky and AWESOME! LOVE what you did with the spider ones! I’ll have to try that.

November 25, 2010 12:20 AM
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Pegeen said...

each one has a personality. Very creative and look absolutely yummy.

November 27, 2010 07:47 PM
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Shirley Torres said...

They turned out just perfect as alway Wendy and I know they taste just as good as they look because I have had your cake pops before ;)

November 27, 2010 11:39 PM
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Suzette said...

You know which one is my favorite :) They are all so beautifully detailed AND delicious!

November 28, 2010 02:29 AM
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Wendy in California said...

@ Beth: Thanks! The spider bodies were made from a Junior mint, the head was a black M & M and the legs were segments from a black licorice wheel.

November 28, 2010 08:43 AM
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Deborah Bolig said...

These are all so great! I think my fav is the Frankenstein one, but I love them all!

November 30, 2010 08:11 AM
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Cynthia said...

Wendy, the Mummy and Jack Skellington are just simply fabulous!

December 7, 2010 02:47 PM
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Kim said...

Love them all!
Can I ask… what did you use for the cat’s ears and Whiskers?

July 3, 2011 09:34 PM
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karen said...

am i missing something. anywhere to get the recipes for these
sooooooo cute pops or all of them?? i just cannot see that information if there is. please help. thank you, karen

September 25, 2011 05:36 PM
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Wendy in California said...

Sorry for the late reply (real life interfered with my cake popping).
@ Kim: detailed directions for the cat and ears are in Bakerella’s DEE-lightful book (brag, brag…..I’m the lucky owner of a signed copy). For the whiskers I improvised and used pasta…..Japanese soba noodles, so they are edible.
@ Karen: B’s book (go to her home page – its highlighted in the left margin) gives you thorough instructions for the cat, witch and the mummy, tho’ I improved a bit here and there. Jack is easy, just dip your pop in white candy melts and draw on the face/scars with Americolor edible ink pens (these are also referenced in B’s book, which I definitely recommend! I improvised for Frank (I made his knobs from Meiji Choco Baby candies). For the spiders I cut segments from licorice wheels (B uses those for her witch’s hair). For my witch’s red hair, I used licorice ropes I found on-line from The Candy Warehouse……I’ve used those before to make edible braids for other girl pops (vikings and Dutch girls)…they come in large packages with individual mixed colors of long skinny ropes….red, blue, yellow and green – fun! For the spider bodies, I used Junior mints and the heads are black MM’s with dots of red candy melt for the eyes. Hope this captures everything….Bakerella does a MUCH better job of explaining, but I hope this helps!

November 5, 2011 11:39 AM
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Kylie pukedurta said...

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December 11, 2011 06:56 AM
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Sebastian nuderinte said...

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December 11, 2011 10:22 AM
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