For instance, bunny rabbit and peep chick cookies, accompanied by tulips and crosses for the Easter holiday.
Or a leopard print inspired cake - though not in a color scheme found in nature.
The bow on this cake was HUGE, but oh so fun. And, it had a very "blingy" center that matched the border on the cake - quite a statement piece. There were also cupcakes to match. Have you ever tried to make leopard spots on piped buttercream with more piped buttercream? It was an interesting experiment that turned out quite a bit better than I expected.
And, yes, those are chocolate cupcakes in wrappers that you can still actually SEE the design on - and it's a black and white design to boot. The secret? Wilton's new "ColorCups" baking cups. I picked some up just to give them a try, never expecting them to work nearly as well as they did. I'm very impressed - they are actually foil lined so the color from the cupcake doesn't bleed through onto the wrapper. The cups seem to come in a pretty wide array of colors and designs and I think they add to the line-up fairly regularly. All I can say is I'm sold! You can check them out here.
Is it just me or do monkeys and flamingos seem to be everywhere these days? There's no flamingo on this cake, just an adorable monkey.
I pretty much had free reign to design this one however I chose, just as long as I stuck with a monkey theme and bright colors. For a first birthday, I thought this one was a super fun choice.
Talk to you soon!
Disclaimer: Wilton Industries has no idea who I am and they did not ask me to say nice things about their product. Just wanted to share a product that I love.