Halloween Cupcake Picks. Cute and Scary!
Pierce small holes in the bottom of an egg carton, this will be your “stand” for drying your ghosts.
Unwrap lollipops, and roll out your RTR white icing unit 2-3mm thick, cut circles out with a cookie cutter and drape over lollipops.
Stand you lollipops in your egg carton stand whilst you make the eyes.
Colour a small amount of white RTR black.
Roll small balls of white RTR icing (eyes) and gently press onto ghosts, roll and even smaller balls of black and press into position on the white eyes.
Attach axes with small balls of white RTR on the back of the ghosts, let dry.
Push your finished ghosts into the frosted cupcakes and take a tube of red cake gel to make the "blood" splashes. Don't forget to put a bit on the blades of the axes. BOO!
Find toy axes at toy/$2 stores.
Want longer ghosts? Use a larger size round cutter for the RTR icing.
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