I love this time of year. The leaves are changing, the air is getting crisp (or hopefully soon, this is California weather), and it becomes the start of the holiday season. First up, Halloween!

Little M and D are lucky little girls again and are having a Halloween party for their friends. From the look of these pops, we know their mom knows how to throw a party. So I was very excited when she contacted me about making pops for the Halloween party.

It was decided that I would make witches, Frankensteins, and Draculas. These are for 4-year olds, so these would be friendly versions of these creepy creatures. I also made a black and orange version of these beauties. I love how they all turned out. And I can’t wait to update this post with pictures of them on display at the party! Until then, enjoy 🙂

Hot Pink and Orange

Hot pink and orange. How great is that color combo?

I was contacted to make some cake pops for little Miss K’s 2nd birthday party. K’s mom saw a swirl design online and loved it. I kinda fell in love with the design when I first saw it too; so simple yet so cute at the same time! Once she suggested the hot pink and orange, I knew that these were going to turn out great. Don’t you think so? 🙂

The great thing about this design is that you can use any color combo and they will look so cute and inviting to eat.

K’s party was a huge success (Happy Birthday K!), and her mom was nice enough to send me some pictures of the cake pops on display. I love these pictures, thank you for sharing! I hope you all enjoy looking at them 🙂