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Joshsmom Says... 7 years ago

Sloppy of not, this looks great ~ I'm going to try this for Mother's Day too.

CAKESHERWAY Says... 7 years ago

Thanks! I am planning to use them on my tables (we have three table for mother's day dinner) and use them as center pieces. I am going to make them bigger and fuller bouquets with a more uniform color look.

bethyboop Says... 7 years ago

i think it's adorable...not at all what i thought a cupcake bouquet was.

itsajeepthing0196 Says... 7 years ago

Wonderful!

BlairsMom Says... 7 years ago

Love all the colors, looks great! Okay question I know you use a styrofoam ball to stick them in but them what goes down in the pot, I am confused and would love to make them for mother's day!

keonicakes Says... 7 years ago

I love these, and can't wait to try. What are you going to be charging for these? I saw cammies prices and wanted to know how others are with theirs. You did a great job! Did you use toothpicks or skewers?

imartsy Says... 7 years ago

wow it looks great! love the roses! how did you do them on top of the cupcake like that?

sweeteecakes Says... 7 years ago

if these are sloppy then i can't wait to see the great ones! it looks fantastic! ;-D

rittenhouse Says... 7 years ago

I think they look very pretty. How did you attach the cupcakes to the holder?

dreamn900 Says... 7 years ago

Very cute. Did you have any problems with the cupcakes being too top heavy? Is it a clay pot or plastic?

CAKESHERWAY Says... 7 years ago

I had no idea as to what I was doing or the correct way to do one of these as it was spur of the moment. But I originally put the cupcakes on wooden skewers but the just wanted to go right thru the cakes so I then used the cookie sticks and they worked fine. The trick is keeping the sticks low so the cakes sit on the pot and each other. The pot is plastic and never tipped once. This was my first try so I am still learning this too but I hoped it helped! Thanks for the comments!!!

Lila65 Says... 7 years ago

love them, what tip did you use?? :?

Verina Says... 7 years ago

Well done!

Verina Says... 7 years ago

Well done!

Joshsmom Says... 7 years ago

Sloppy of not, this looks great ~ I'm going to try this for Mother's Day too.

CAKESHERWAY Says... 7 years ago

Thanks! I am planning to use them on my tables (we have three table for mother's day dinner) and use them as center pieces. I am going to make them bigger and fuller bouquets with a more uniform color look.

bethyboop Says... 7 years ago

i think it's adorable...not at all what i thought a cupcake bouquet was.

itsajeepthing0196 Says... 7 years ago

Wonderful!

rittenhouse Says... 7 years ago

I think they look very pretty. How did you attach the cupcakes to the holder?

dreamn900 Says... 7 years ago

Very cute. Did you have any problems with the cupcakes being too top heavy? Is it a clay pot or plastic?

CAKESHERWAY Says... 7 years ago

I had no idea as to what I was doing or the correct way to do one of these as it was spur of the moment. But I originally put the cupcakes on wooden skewers but the just wanted to go right thru the cakes so I then used the cookie sticks and they worked fine. The trick is keeping the sticks low so the cakes sit on the pot and each other. The pot is plastic and never tipped once. This was my first try so I am still learning this too but I hoped it helped! Thanks for the comments!!!

Lila65 Says... 7 years ago

love them, what tip did you use?? :?

Verina Says... 7 years ago

Well done!

Verina Says... 7 years ago

Well done!

keonicakes Says... 7 years ago

I love these, and can't wait to try. What are you going to be charging for these? I saw cammies prices and wanted to know how others are with theirs. You did a great job! Did you use toothpicks or skewers?

imartsy Says... 7 years ago

wow it looks great! love the roses! how did you do them on top of the cupcake like that?

sweeteecakes Says... 7 years ago

if these are sloppy then i can't wait to see the great ones! it looks fantastic! ;-D

BlairsMom Says... 7 years ago

Love all the colors, looks great! Okay question I know you use a styrofoam ball to stick them in but them what goes down in the pot, I am confused and would love to make them for mother's day!


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