July Cake Pops

Here is the round up for July:

SF Giants Logos and baseballs



Nautical themed cake pops for a baby shower:



Pokemon Pokeballs:



Star Wars cake pops: 3CPO, Darth Vadar, Stormtrooper, Yoda



SF Giants baseball hats



Pirate themed cake pops and ships for a pirate themed birthday party:




Ice cream cones cake pops



Swimming teddy bears and suns for a pool party:


May Cake Pops

Behind as usual 🙂 but here are some cake pops from May. Remember to get updates on my work by following on Facebook and Instagram! (links over here ——>)


Stomper and Oakland A’s cake pops for a going away party:


Apples for Teacher Appreciation Week:


Bow ties for a baby shower:

bow ties


“Mom” Tattoo Hearts for Mother’s Day:


mother's day

Doctors, scrubs, and nurses for a birthday party:




doctors and nurses

Plants Vs. Zombies for a 5th birthday party:


Patriotic Themed cake pops for Memorial Day:


Ice cream cones and suns for summertime:


Breast Cancer Awareness for a breast cancer walk:


July Cake Pops

This summer flew by! Here are the cake pops from July!


Red, white, and blue swirl cake balls for the 4th of July



Tiffany blue cake balls with a “K” on top for a baby shower






San Francisco Giants logos and baseballs



Ice cream cones




Suns with sunglasses



Dinosaur cake pops for a 1st birthday party



Mickey Mouse silhouette cake pops




Coral and aqua swirl cake balls for a bridal shower




Sundae Funday

This California weather has been all over the place; mornings are frosty cold, nights are chilly, and the afternoons can feel like a glimpse of a nice summer day (if the sun is cooperating). So, summer inspiration it is 🙂 Here are some ice cream sundaes, don’t they look delicious?






Next week I’ll share my Super Bowl cake pops, so stay tuned 🙂

Behind The Scenes: Test Cake Pops

I wanted to show these cake pops because I thought these were a good example of how some of my ideas fall into place.

Remember these little beauties?

They actually started out like this:

When asked to do the fairy garden theme for D and M’s 4th birthday party, I wanted to come up with a couple of ideas that their mom could choose from. The flowers in the back I had seen on Bakerella before and thought they would fit in perfectly for a garden themed party. Flowers. Garden. They just go together.

I also wanted to do a couple of different color combos to see what they looked like. The butterfly mold had dragonflies on it, so I made some of those to have even more variety.

While M, D, and their mom loved all the options, it was apparent that butterflies were definitely the strongest theme of the party, so it made sense to go with all butterflies in the party’s colors. Either way, it was fun coming up with all these different pop!

I Scream, You Scream…

Summer means a lot of things to people. Ask a child what it means, and one of the first things they will probably say is “ice cream”!

I was asked to make some cake pops for an end of the summer school party. We wanted to come up with something summer themed, so after going over a couple of ideas, I thought ice cream cones would be the cutest things, especially for a pre-school party. It must have been meant to be because the class happened to be making ice cream on the day of their party. Perfect!

Who wouldn’t want to have some cake disguised as an ice cream cone? Sounds like a child’s version of heaven to me!

Happy summer everyone!