soooo fantastic!! Did you stick the cake balls on with more chocolate???
wow! how did you do that- its amazing! i would love to learn how to do one of these
I brushed a little extra chocolate on the back of the cake ball and then put it on a toothpick on the styrofoam cone.
I'm gonna try to save it for family christmases, but it won't fit in my fridge and my 3 year old will probably dismantle it first thing in the morning if he can reach it.
You did a wonderful job!
beautiful cake ball tree.
Very very cute!
That's really nice!
Gorgeous! And so festive!!!
I was wondering if it is possible to use peanut butter balls and achieve the same outcome as this? My daughter does not want cake for her birthday, she wants peanut butter balls, and that being the case, what would you recommend ? Thanks for the help.
That's really pretty! I think I would cover the styrofoam in fondant though, for those little areas where you can see it.
ALovely! What size of styrofoam cone did you use and how may cake balls did it take? Thank you!
Great job! What size tree form did you use?
Love it! Roughly how many cake balls did you use? Also, how did you weigh it down to stable it?
Love this!! I tried it but could not get it to work. Cake balls would not stick with chocolate or toothpick. Any advice would be appreciated.
That's really amazing cake. It sounds good and looking so delicious. To make the cake ball tree is not easy and that's why i appreciate for the great job. Cake ball tree is suitable for any occasion specially for this Christmas. Many Thanks again.
It looks great!!!