The Partiologist: Christmas Ornament Cake Pops!

Monday, December 9, 2013

Christmas Ornament Cake Pops!

I couldn't wait to show you what I came up with for my December Snowman Cake Pop Challenge!  Of course a snowman would be adorable, possibly predictable, so I went out on a limb...so to speak and created Ornament Cake Pops.

Edible Ornament Cake Pops

 
Why yes, these are edible cake pops ready to be hung on your golden Christmas tree!
 
This is where I went out on a limb...
 
 
...and hung them on a tree, ready for my guests to eat. 
 
Maybe you would like to make your very own ornament cake pops?  Here's how~
 

Are they not the cutest little edible ornaments you ever did see?
 
 
The little Christmas tree filled with edible ornament cake pops was one of the first golden treats my guests were to see.  But first a little floor d├ęcor in the entry~
 
 
I made the floor decal with white adhesive paper and my circuit. 
 
Cut out each letter, took them out in the garage and spray painted each letter gold. 
 
(If you see someone driving around with a right front gold tire, that could be me.  Just sayin'.) 
 
Peeled off the back and stuck them on the floor! 
 
After looking to the floor, they had to move their sights a little higher...
 
 
I've got more gold, so much more...
 
 
Just go with the Glow...
 
Baby, It's GOLD Inside!
 
 


24 comments :

  1. When I see cake pops haning from a tree branch it makes me wonder if you live in an edible house! LOL Everything you do is stunning!!

    You are brilliant, talented and full of creativity and I love ya Kim!!!

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    1. While the house is not edible, most of it's contents is chocolate! :)

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    2. Almost forgot the most important part - LOVE YA TOO!

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  2. The cake pop ornaments are beautiful. Your archway decor is stunning and your decorated entryway floor is such a cute idea. Heck, even your car got a little decorated for the event :)

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    1. Yep, I wanted to include everyone and everything in my golden Christmas party! Thanks Paula!

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  3. Everything is beautiful as usual. So much fun to see your creations!
    Annette

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  4. Who would of thought upside down snowmen turned into beautful hanging decorations???? Oh yea you!!!! Amazing as always. from,twobeautifulgirls

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    1. I was happy they actually hung on the tree and didn't fall to the ground and break!

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    1. Thanks Janine - I do believe at least one was eaten...

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  6. you can come decorate my tree anyday!! Lol. Pinning these :)

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    1. Right? Pretty dangerous to have edible ornaments hanging on a tree in my house!

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    1. Thank you Jill, it was a fun challenge to myself!

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  8. KIM, you are amazing! So creative!

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    1. Thanks Hani - they were quite fun to make!

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    OH! BABY! YOU ARE AMAZING! I really was expecting little snow men. What a beautiful surprise, ornaments!
    JINNY



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    H! BABY! YOU ARE AMAZING!

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    1. Looks like you had a little trouble leaving a comment, I know who you are and I love that you kept trying!

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  10. Wow, those ornaments are gorgeous. I just know your Christmas party guests will love them!

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    1. Thank you Beth, my guests not only loved them, they couldn't believe they were edible! :)

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  11. Totally love the ornaments and that floor decal you created! Awesome ideas and you did an amazing job! I'm sure your guests will be so excited :)

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    1. The floor decal took a little time, but was worth it! The guests had to read it a couple of times before they read it correctly! :)

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