Sugar Skull Cake Pops

Sugar Skull Cake Pops

Sweet Sugar Skull cake pops.

These are a fun little project celebrating Day of the Dead that I wanted to share with you. I made them with the candy wafers in my new line of products with Make’n Mold. I love how much you can customize them using different colors and patterns. Just start with a molded skull cake pop shape and dip it in melted white candy wafers for a blank canvas. You can use a black edible ink pen to draw on the pop and bright colors of melted candy wafers to dot and decorate different designs using a toothpick.

Here are the full instructions over at Make’n Mold if you want to make them, too.

Blue Cake Pop Striped Sticks

Bright Candy Wafers

Bakerella Candy Wafers

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28 comments on “Sugar Skull Cake Pops”

  1. Super cute ?

  2. Oh god, these should be forbidden! They look insane!

  3. I am so in love with your cake pops you are amazing!


  4. These are so fantastic!! I love the colours and awesome photographs too!! :-)


  5. Those skulls are beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

  6. These are so cute! I think they are my favorite cake pop so far!!

  7. These are wonderful! Congrats on your success, you deserve it! Thank you for all the inspiration you give to the world.

  8. Ooh, kudos on getting your own line. I won’t deny I get really excited every time I’m at the bookstore or toy store and see your cakepop stuff.

  9. I love your Sugar skulls! I made some, too, but not on a stick! You can see them in my blog. Happy Dia de los Muertos to everybody!

  10. I love Sugar Skulls! I will have to attempt to make them, but I doubt they will come out as great at yours. :)

  11. this is a great post! thanks for sharing

  12. You ALWAYS have the most creative stuff. I love coming to your site — I can always count on super inspiration!!!! Love your products and love your ideas!!

  13. How do you come up with these designs?! These are incredible :)

  14. Thank you Linda! –

    They are available at A.C. Moore Craft Stores and also available directly from Make’n Mold. There’s a hyperlink in the post if you want to view them.

  15. I love your creativity. I have not seen anything you have made that wasn’t awesome. Step by step instructions always help me.

    Where can we buy your melting chips?

  16. Thank you guys so much!

    Andrea and Michelle – I still do the instructional posts. This one and the last post were two projects I had not created specifically for the blog, so I didn’t take instructional photos, but I still wanted to share with you guys before Halloween was over.

  17. These are just gorgeous! I don’t know how you do it!

  18. I really do miss your step by steps you used to do….

  19. Angie! Dying over the colors and adorable detail on these. So perfect ;)

  20. I love the Skull Pops! Thank you for sharing your creativity and attention to detail.

  21. Love your pops. Congratulations on the candy wafers too!

  22. These would have been really cute for my friend’s themed wedding!

  23. I miss coming to this website and getting the full directions with lots of cute photos and wonderful commentary sprinkled in with the step-by-step. Now, it’s thinly veiled ads for your products (which I totally understand – so proud of your success)but I feel like you are losing your roots. :/

  24. These are awesome.

  25. Never saw cute skulls before :D

  26. These are amazing! You made them with such precision. It looks like a fun activity to make.

  27. These are so cute!! I want to make these so bad. They look awesome :)

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