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Easter Bunny Cake Pops Bouquet

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Have a Bun-tastic Easter holiday!
Every year, I try to do something special/fun for Easter and this time, I want to make something sweet but not with chocolates, after all, chocolates are everywhere already. So I made a red velvet Easter bunny cake pops bouquet. Instead of having the bouquet arranged in a basket like my Christmas cupcakes bouquet, I decided to wrap my cake pops like an actual flower bouquet. I got the idea from a handmade Ferrero Rocher flower bouquet that I received from someone awhile back. Cute idea, huh?

For more background story and full illustrative instructions, please visit my blog.
Feel free to leave me a comment if any questions ;)

Hope you all had a great Easter holiday!

Posted by angelichigo from Toronto, Ontario, Canada • Published April 2, 2013 • See angelichigo's 21 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Cut a 4" square from tissue paper (purple)

  • Step 2

    Insert skewer in the centre of tissue paper

  • Step 3

    Then insert into a cake pop

  • Step 4

    Wrap tissue paper around cake pop and secure bottom with tape or elastic band, repeat process for all cake pops

  • Step 5

    Arrange cake pop skewers in a batch with bunny cake pop sticking taller than others in the middle

  • Step 6

    Secure whole batch with elastic band

  • Step 7

    Wrap a large piece of tissue papers around the batch and secure the bottom with tape or elastic band

  • Step 8

    Tie ribbon around the bottom.

    That's it!

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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · Edinburgh, GB · 650 projects

These are the cutest cake pops ever!

angelichigo
angelichigo · Toronto, Ontario, CA · 21 projects

Thank you :D

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