Create Santa's gingerbread house! Say hello to Claus's new home! Whether it's with kids or kids-at-heart, making gingerbread houses is classic fun. Skate to the Christmas Retreat Gingerbread House How-To for supplies and decorating inspiration, and place the finished house next to your North Pole marshmallow pops and Santa cookies to set a holiday scene.
Believe it or not, these impressive balloon arches are very do-able. Keep reading for the tutorial and make your birthday girl’s dreams come true on her special day.
We love this too-cute balloon display shaped like a baby bottle. This baby shower decoration can be easily customized for a girl or gender-neutral color scheme.
Have you heard? Donuts are the new cupcakes! And letter donuts are the hottest trend of them all. Spelling out an inspirational message is a mouth-watering way to personalize your party food.
Decorate with super-cute gumball candy necklaces! These DIY necklaces look pretty enough for the bridesmaids to wear! See our Pearl Gumball Candy Necklaces How-To for the fab step-by-step guide to making these beauties (from gumballs, ribbon and "napkin" flowers!). Dangle them from sparkly silver branches placed in a container of gumballs, and send them home with guests as classy party favors! (Special thanks to Jamielyn Nye of I Heart Naptime for sharing her inspiration.)
Fright and delight with a candy cake! This ghoulishly good cake is a colorful addition to the altar! A skull cake pan makes the baking easy so you can have more time for the fun part: decorating! Use icing and candy to create sugar skull decorations, then display your macabre masterpiece on a platter of Sixlets®.
Create a tower of sweet cupcake offerings! Get the step-by-step instructions to make these drop-dead delicious cupcakes.
Specimen jar or beverage dispenser? Why not both! Mix up a pulpy punch to creep out party victims while quenching their thirsts.
Bloody scar cookies are a must! Gross out guests with scar tissue cookies that are sure to leave a mark! They might look disgusting Do you dare take a bite of these edible flesh wounds?
Create bountiful bundles of cutlery! Make easy-to-grab packets of cutlery for your food-lovers! Transform an orange dinner napkin, doily placemat and piece of ribbon into a cute pocket for forks, knives and spoons. These grab-and-go sets of silverware are perfect for guests trying to juggle a beverage and plate of food. Line a trifle container with burlap and green tissue paper to match your color scheme, then arrange your pretty packets inside!
Crispy treats + candy melts = sweet snacks! These frightfully adorable snack bars are eerie, easy and delicious! Decorate a batch of crispy rice squares in green and purple candy stripes with jack-o'-lantern icing decorations for the perfect Halloween treat. Watch them disappear when you serve them on a tray of green candy. Get the Pumpkin Crispy Rice Treats How-To.
Make mac-and-cheese mini bites These mini macs are a sure-fire crowd pleaser – and you'll love how easy they are to make! Check out our Mini Mac-and-Cheese Bites How-To for the details on making these mini mouthfuls. Appetizer platters are the perfect way to present these cheesy bites to your friends.
Trick for treats! Sweet and salty pretzels! Pretzel sticks drizzled in melted candy are a tasty treat and you can make them in any party colors. Add the magic touch with a terror-ific tower display in a container of layered red and black chocolate drops. Get the Spooky Striped Pretzels How-To.
Bacon-y sweet potatoes in mini bowls = feast for the eyes Nibble on our Bacon Stuffed Sweet Potatoes How-To for the perfect mini appetizer that looks amazing on display. This humble potato becomes a scene-stealing side with a dollop of sour cream and green onions. Serve them up on appetizer plates to let these colorful spuds shine!
Sweet touch for your table This seasonal twist on a classic treat will satisfy your fall flavor infatuation with soft, cakey pumpkin cookies and a creamy middle. They say the name “Whoopie Pie” comes from what children shout when they find them in their lunch bags, and it’s safe to say this recipe will have your Thanksgiving guests whooping their approval.
Add a jolly jack-o'-lantern to the treats table! Ghouls and boys will love carving into this cheery pumpkin cake! Give the jack-o'-lantern dimension with icing stripes and candy eyes, nose, mouth and stem. Make him pop on a platter of purple Sixlets® with a candy border – how boo-ful! Get the Jack-O-Lantern Cake How-To.
Forget flowers – dress the grads in candy leis! Learn how to make these sweet and fun graduation favors.
Throwing caps and jumping for joy works up an appetite, so learn how to make these party-perfect grad cap treats with a cute animal print!
Wickedly delish witch's hats! Whip up spooktacular no-bake witch's hats! Sugar cookies and ice cream cones dipped in a cauldron of Candy Melts® make these cute concoctions the perfect treat for little monsters and witches. Cast a candy-coated spell on all who see them by arranging your witch's hats on a cake stand of black Sixlets®. Get the Magic Witch Hats How-To.
Toast warm days with watermelon mimosas Add a twist with fresh watermelon instead of orange juice, and garnish with a wedge of watermelon and a sprig of mint. Keep it casual but classy with premium plastic champagne flutes and striped straws. Label your creation with a handwritten trendy chalkboard clip.
Get creative with traditional cereal bars Make breakfast bars from your favorite cereals with a cute chalkboard sign to point the way. Melt butter and marshmallows, then mix in your choice of cereal. Be sure to choose several types so your guests can pick their favorite!
A pumpkin treat they can't wait to carve into! The little vampires and witches will fly over to your dessert table when they see this yummy pumpkin treat. Not just crispy rice… Crispy rice + yummy candy! This how-to is provided courtesy of the awesome decorating experts at Wilton!
Sink your fangs into bat pops! Your favorite trick-or-treaters will go batty over these eerie-n-cheery cake pops! They're super easy to make, using doughnut holes and Candy Melts® candy.
Make a platter o' pumpkins! Make these faces this Halloween and you'll see smiles all around! They're easy as can be — just give your favorite sandwich cookies or pretzel twists a dip in orange Candy Melts® candy, then add the candy details.
Whoo-whoo wants a bite? Halloween is a real hoot when you bring these easy treats to the party! Just give pretzel twists a dip in melted Candy Melts® candy, and then add fun features using Tootsie Roll® Midgees® candy, Starburst® Fruit Chews candy, Laffy Taffy® candy and Wilton Candy Eyeballs.
Thrill the kiddies with these ghostly goodies! Kids will be thrilled when these ghosts are haunting their house this Halloween. Their favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies are dipped in melted white Candy Melts® candy, with fun candy details. We displayed them on purple jelly beans and a spooky black tray.
Make Franken-tastic ghost & monster pretzel rods It's amazing the fun you can scare up with pretzels, Candy Melts® candy and Wilton Candy Eyeballs! Watch the kids' eyes go wide when they see these treats this Halloween.
This pumpkin pal takes the cake! The kids won't want to wait until Halloween night to carve up this happy pumpkin-shaped cake! Why not serve it at your pumpkin-carving party? The Pumpkin Tube Cake Pan bakes the openings for eyes, nose and mouth right into the cake. All you do is ice the cake and add the candy trims!
Owls are a ghoul's best friend! Perch these owls at the party sweets and treats table and watch kids perk up! Peanut-shaped cookies make it easy to decorate your owls. Just cover with Candy Melts® candy and add fun candy features for an easy treat. Display in adorbs mini cups with boo-tiful orange jelly beans!
A stack o' spooky sweet cupcakes! It's spooky how fast you can put together a kids' Halloween party, complete with decorated cupcakes! Just add a simple icing swirl to your baked cupcakes, then add candy accents and place on a colorful treat stand.
These red velvet cupcakes are dripping with spooky style! No one knows what happened in the kitchen... all that's left are these terrifying treats. A must for a proper haunted mansion treats table, so check out the Creepy Cleaver Cupcakes How-To below for step-by-step photos…if you dare!
Unchain some wicked-good brownies. These "chain" icing brownies are straight from the dungeon!
These monster munchies are easy to bring to life using your favorite crispy rice treat recipe infused with a shock of Halloween decorating.
Put some bats in their belfry! Dress up the kids' favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies as friendly, flapping bats this Halloween! Use Candy Melts® candy for dipping, then decorate with Tootsie Roll® wings and candy eyeballs. Displayed on colorful orange sugar sprinkles, they won't hang around for long!
These corny treats are a Halloween fave! Conjure up a sweet treat to sink your fangs into! Get your boos and ghouls to help decorate these candy-corn-shaped crispy rice treats using white, orange and yellow Candy Melts® candy.
Candy-dipped pretzels… or bloody bones? Vampires, zombies and mortals alike will devour this tasty sweet-and-salty treat. Creep over to the Bloody Good Candy Pretzels How-To for instructions. Eeeeeek!
Munch on marshmallow-een treats! Give marshmallows a makeover for Halloween! First, give them a coat of color with Orange Color Mist® food color spray. Then drizzle them with a web of Wilton Candy Melts® candy and stand them up in a container of black candy for a treat that will make your guests go batty!
An apple a day keeps the witches away! Make them shriek-worthy by displaying in mini cups filled with jelly beans.
Scary edible eyeballs on a stick! These will satiate your blood-thirsty guests! Just dip cookies in Candy Melt and add "bloodshot" candy eyes. Creep over to the Eerie Eyeball Pops How-To below to get the step-by-step tutorial from Wilton.
Sink your fangs into this to-die-for Candy Apples! Show them off on a silver tray with a couple of scary skulls nearby.
A booful bouquet of candy-coated pops! Discover a whole new way to do Halloween treats! Give those store-bought doughnut holes a dip in Candy Melts® candy, and add color and fun with Halloween sprinkles. We create a boo-ful "bouquet" by standing them up in a container of orange jelly beans!
Practice paranormal snacktivity with these fiendish bites Create a spooky scene with a gang of ghostly treats dipped and decorated with Candy Melts® candy! Doughnut holes on lollipop sticks are fun to eat and easy to display at the party. Just stick them in container of black candy and let everyone grab their own treat.
Serve up sweet skull cookies with a sinister touch! Let's put our heads together to make a can't-miss goodie for your Halloween celebration! Use your favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies dipped and decorated with Candy Melts® candy to make these goofy guys. They look yummy in a container of red jelly beans!
Everyone will be eyeing these yummy dessert pops! These creepy peepers will win any scaring contest this Halloween.
Design a cake that screams style! If you have a hang-up about Halloween decorating, this is the cake for you! Make this easy cake, ice it with Creamy Decorator Icing, add candy trims, then hang the fun DIY paper banner from candy sticks. Use polka-dot paper to create an on-trend display.
Salty and sweet is fun to eat! Cut through the fog on Halloween night with these glowingly good candy-dipped pretzels! That extra splash of color is easy to create using Candy Melts® candy and Halloween Nonpareils.
Cast a delish spell with lettered cupcakes! Cast a spell with colorful cupcakes that get the holiday message across! Icing Pouches make decorating easy. Each pouch includes tips that make it a breeze for anyone to decorate.
Chevron-striped cookies are tres cheeek! Hard to believe that a treat so easy can make a Halloween celebration so much sweeter! Dip your favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies in melted Candy Melts® candy, then decorate with a cool chevron candy design.
Cupcake roses + paper flowers = sweet fiesta centerpiece Take time to eat the roses – cupcake roses! To make this delicioso edible "bouquet," place some craft foam inside a clear container and decorate the sides with stripes of licorice (available at stores). The cupcakes are held in place by bamboo skewers stuck into the foam! Use colorful baking cups and tuck in pink and red paper flowers for a perfecto
Be a fantastic ghostess with candy-covered strawberries! Something has scared these strawberry spirits! With mouths wide open and leaves standing on end, they're sure to bring smiles to your Halloween crowd. Dip and decorate them in minutes with White Candy Melts® candy and display on a spooky tray.
Make 'em shriek for these spooky skeleton pretzels! A little salty, a little sweet, and a whole lot of fun! These candy-covered skeleton pretzels are a great snack for any kid, adult, or monster at your Halloween celebration. Make a bloody-good display with a platter full of red candy!
Yummy mummy strawberries are simply hex-cellent! It's a wrap — the costume contest winner goes to this mummy treat! These White Candy Melts® candy-covered strawberries will look simply adorable served on a decorative black charger among the Halloween desserts.
Put a sugar-coated spell with these strawberry witches! A tray of bloody red sprinkles is the perfect place to display these witchy treats.
Even sweeter candy canes with a chocolate-y handle! Candy canes and Candy Melts® create a sensational combination for a long-lasting sweet. Decorate a plain candy cane in minutes with Candy Melts Candy and Snowman Icing Decorations. These dipped treats make great gift toppers and they add a merry touch to Christmas celebrations. And to complete the sweet look, fill a bowl with red jelly beans and stick the canes in. It will look as though the snowmen are dancing!
Invite Santa to the party! Add some jolly to your treats table with these super-cute Santa pops. See our Santa Doughnut Hole Pops How-To for the yummy details on making them. You can partially prepare these ahead and let everyone finish them off by creating Santa's beard in white frosting and adding his candy eyes. The kids will have a blast with it!
Frosty would love these doughnut hole treats! Make spirits bright with snowy-white doughnut holes for the whole party! Just dip your fave doughnut holes in melted white Candy Melts® Candy for a Frosty finish and decorate with candy eyes, buttons, scarves and more.
Bake and decorate some holiday cuties! Everyone loves cake pops! Get the *essential* cake pop recipe below. Then you're just a dip and drizzle away from adorable Christmas cake pops kids young and old will love!
Offer a refreshment that's both festive and formal! While milk is known as Santa’s favorite pairing with cookies, offer him—and your guests—a refreshing twist: a merry mint float. Made with lemon lime soda and mint ice cream, this peppermint-flavored drink plays to both the nostalgia and the merriment of the season. Bring together festive and formal by serving the mixed merry mint float in a gold-rimmed glass and garnishing it with a candy cane treat.
Chocolate-y pretzels for Dasher, Dancer and company! You know Dasher and Dancer, and Prancer and Vixen! Bring them to life for your Christmas sweets table! These pretzel reindeer are as easy to make as they are to munch on. Dip pretzel rods in Candy Melts® Candy and decorate with Candy Eyeballs and Sixlets® round candies. Use them as a Christmas Eve craft for the little ones or set them out with hot chocolate for the late-night Santa watch.
Get warm with mitten cookies! Pour some sugar on these yummies! Use the season's colors in icing and sparkle sugar to decorate according to the Mitten Cookies Shiny and Bright How-To, and lay them over a bed of Sixlet® "snow" (available at Party City stores). They're so sweet they make the season bright!
Give snowmen dapper chocolate top hats! Enjoy all the fun of building a snowman without ever having to go out in the cold! Create these yummy snowman pops using powdered sugar doughnut holes and White Candy Melts® Candy. Your guests will feel rich as they munch on the chocolate coin brim and curl their pretend mustaches. For presentation, fill a glass bowl or vase with green jelly beans to anchor your snowmen.
Santa cookies are jollier than ho-ho-ho Setting these out on Christmas Eve will surely put you on the fast track to the "nice" list! Go to our Santa Face Cookies How-To below and decorate away. Find a platter and fill it with green Sixlets® as an edible base for your creation, and set them out with milk for a delectable midnight snack!
Eat this cupcake to your hat's content! Elf hats are crunchy and sweet! Have a crafty time making these cupcake decorations with air heads, sugar cones, red Candy Melts, red sugar sprinkles and green gumballs. The Elf Cap Christmas Cupcakes How-To has the details.
Rein in your sweet tooth with candy melt strawberries! Deck your chocolate-covered strawberries with a nose, eyes, ears and antlers for an adorable sprinkle-sledding team. All it takes are strawberries, decorations, Candy Melts® and a little Christmas cheer – our Strawberry Reindeer Faces How-To says so! Include an honorary Rudolph by giving one reindeer a red Sixlet® nose rather than green.
Marshmallows + candy sticks + chocolate drops = yum! These Candy Melts®-dipped marshmallows create a delicious ambiance as party snacks or dessert – maybe even add one to a gingerbread house. Recreate this Christmas discovery in your kitchen by following the how-to below!
Candy canes everyone will ♥ Candy cane cookies are sweet to look at and sweeter to eat! Be sure to leave a little note to Santa and a cup of milk alongside these holiday treats. Tell the kids they can "taste-test" the cookies for Santa!
Sweet + salty = a hoppin' new Easter treat! Impress with a unique sweets idea they've never seen before! Marshmallows dipped in lemon yellow icing, with sugar bunny decorations and a salty pretzel handle. It's a scrumptious flavor combination – and a must-try dessert for this year's Easter brunch. See the Easter Marshmallow Pretzel Pops How-To to make these super-fun treats that'll be gobbled up before you can say "Peter Cottontail!"
Have you heard? These bunny napkins hide secret candy eggs! They'll giggle when they discover that these playful bunny ears double as napkins with treat-filled Easter egg "bunny faces"! Simply layer pink and white napkins and fold around a plastic egg filled with jelly beans and little fluffy chicks. See our Easter Bunny Napkin How-To for step-by-step instructions. Make one for each place-setting and add to the fun by hiding a few around the house for egg hunters to find!
Try a sip of our signature Christmas cocktail Looking for a signature holiday drink to share with your guests? Make a sweet mini cocktail brimming with classic holiday flavors. The candy cane rim adds a sweet final touch!
Turn bah humbug popcorn into jingle pop! Fill up cute little treat containers with popcorn pepped up with chocolate and sprinkles. Check out the steps below on how we made our jingle pop rock!
A quick and delicious holiday recipe We filled up these modern Christmassy cups with a classic winter treat. Creating the perfect peppermint bark is as simple as melting and layering! Check out the recipe below.
Whip up a merry snack mix to munch on during the movie! Everyone remembers Santa, but what about treats for his reindeer? It’s easy to whip up a quick batch of “reindeer chow” to serve at your holiday movie party. Sugar and chocolate-coated, this merry mix is a “sweet”-mas favorite. Set out the candied concoction in red and green mini tasting containers for a complete festive look!
Green popcorn will steal hearts at your movie party No movie party is complete without popcorn, so give this classic cinema snack seasonal flair by adding in merry morsels and flavorings. Mini chocolates and marshmallows offer pops of sweetness to this usually savory treat. Create a festive contrast of green and red by using green food coloring and color mist on the popcorn and serving the treat in the holiday red packaging of old-fashioned popcorn boxes. Your guests can’t help but nibble on these pops by the mouthful!
Steal the show with green grumpy punch! Our easy drink recipe is sure to warm the hearts of your guests or grumpy grinches at your holiday movie party. Play up the homemade appeal by serving this drink in mugs and top them with candy canes. It’s a refreshing take as a drink for your guests and as a movie party decorating idea!
Gelatin bunnies + jelly beans = yum! Let out some spring energy with gelatin bunnies – they're moving as much as the little ones! With your favorite gelatin flavor and some careful cutting, they're a cinch to make (our Gelatin Easter Bunny Bites How-To has the details). And once made just fill up cordial glasses with pink jelly beans and top them off with these delights. They're almost too cute to eat – almost!
"Bunny bottom" cookies are very Pinteresting! Use a super-fun double cookie cutter to make these! One cutter for the bunny shape and another for the tail. Hop over to the Bunny Tail Cookies instructions to get instructions from the Wilton decorating team. Put them in Easter baskets or create a jelly-bean paradise for the bunnies to frolic in, and they'll be nibbled on before you can shake your cottontail!
Cute edible daisies on pretty pink marshmallows! Satisfy your sweet tooth with these adorable marshmallow pops. Make the base with a clear flared container filled with green and blue paper shred, and follow our How-To below to complete this treat. Delicious!
Grow a garden of bright (paper) blooms! Create a lush garden of DIY flowers for your Easter egg hunt! These pretty paper blossoms are fun and easy to create with pieces of tissue paper in bright spring colors and thin wire. Attach your floral creations to the ends of stakes and place them around the yard. For a fast and easy "garden," try mixing in mini paper fans among your tissue paper blooms. Take a look at our Tissue Paper Flower How-To for instructions on making these awesome blossoms!
When the clock strikes midnight, toast in style! Party guests won't get their glasses confused when they're in bright colors and labeled with super-cute DIY stickers! Loop a bit of ribbon around a glass stem and secure both ends between a sticker label and a tissue paper round. Create a cool, funky look by "color-clashing" with bright ribbons and swizzle sticks. These colorful champagne glasses look as sweet as their bubbly contents!
3…2…1…YUM! Waiting for the ball to drop sure can work up an appetite! Keep the munchies at bay with these adorable New Year’s treats! Check out the how-to below.
Even the cake pops are dressing in glitter! This easy and amazing cake pop creation is decorated with a tiny white fondant mask and is the perfect midnight snack to go with the bubbly! Almost too enchanting to eat, this idea works with your fave cake pop recipe!
Bunny pan + crisped rice = party favorite A crispy rice bunny cake? Egg-stra adorable! And easy: use your fave crispy rice recipe and spread in a bunny-shaped pan. For details on how to deck it out with icing and chocolate drops, see our Bunny Crispy Rice Cake How-To. This cute-as-a-bunny treat will be the talk of the party!
Dipped strawberries with spring style! Strawberries dipped in three hues of Candy Melts® are as pretty as a spring flower garden in bloom. You can create this sweet, pretty treat in any of your favorite party colors!
The Easter Bunny left something yummy! Have a satisfying hop, skip and crunch with these sweet-and-salty pretzel sticks! Try your dipping skills with Candy Melts® and decorate away with sprinkles and bunny icing decorations, like in this Bunny & Sprinkle Pretzel Pops How-To. Stick them in a container filled with pink chocolate drops and they'll be bunny-ear-resistible.
Dapper decorations for a New Year’s drink This Black Tie champagne is the bee’s knees! Celebrate in style with this dashing New Year’s drink recipe. See how we made it below, and then serve up your drinks in gold-rimmed champagne flutes that are clear, so you can see the bubbles rising!
Set up a ritzy drink station! Create an eye-catching drink station with mixed metallic details like silver-rimmed champagne flutes and striped silver paper straws! Customize a gold-trimmed chalkboard sign with a playful phrase or list a menu of your drinks for the evening. Serve up classic prohibition-style spirits, like our time-honored recipe below.
Chic champagne shooters! The gents and flappers at your midnight ball will Charleston over to these mini shots, made with gelatin and champagne and served with silver spoons! Check out the recipe below, and don’t forget to pair your drinks with jazzy metallic polka dot napkins that look like they've been sprinkled with confetti!
Glitterbomb your cocktail glasses! Glam up champagne flutes, wine glasses and tumblers with an ombre glitter effect! Any drink looks all dolled up when you add glitter and gumball swizzle sticks!
Say cheers for this bubbly New Year's Eve cake! Count down to 2018 with champagne bubbles and cake! Deck out an elegant white cake with black trim and gumball champagne bubbles spilling down the front – the perfect way to sweeten up your champagne toast! Boogie your way to our how-to for step-by-step instructions.
Midnight Shot Bar The fun starts when the ball drops! Along with the bubbly, serve trays of shots in mini glasses. Make the three easy shot recipes below — Kahlua Shots, Raspberry Lemon Drops, and Vodka Shots — to satisfy every taste!
Wild & Wonderful! Shake things up with an animal print party. Let your wild side come out to play with foods like spicy sushi rolls and pink-frosted cupcakes. The Sparkling Clover Club is the perfect cocktail: Combine 1-1/2 oz. gin, 3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice and 2 tsp. raspberry syrup in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake, then strain into champagne coupes. Top with pink champagne and garnish with fresh raspberries.
Toast the Tropics Fiesta We're taking our New Year's Eve party to the tropics with this Cuban-style fiesta! Serve medianoche sandwiches with Swiss cheese, roasted pork, ham and pickles, plus plantain chips and cigar cookies on festive New Year's celebration tableware. Your tropical cocktail? Champagne Mojitos! Check out the easy recipe below. Salud!
Midnight Breakfast Dish out some midnight breakfast and party until the break of dawn! Serve Belgian waffles with fresh berries and whipped cream, or go savory with scrambled eggs, lox and bagels served on bright New Year's plates. Breakfast isn't complete without some OJ, so pour some tangerine mimosas to complete the meal! Fill flutes with 2 oz. tangerine juice, top with 3 oz. champagne and garnish with raspberries.
Crystalline delights enhance a classic 20’s cocktail! These stunning rose-gold cocktails get their color from a touch of brandy. To really make these the cat's meow, we traded cocktail straws for rock candy to sweeten the hooch to taste like candy! Clear rock candy on a stick is an easy and fun way to make drinks a little interactive this New Year’s Eve. Serve them with shiny coasters and check out our Rose Gold Champagne Cocktail recipe to cheers to a New Year!
You’ll knock these out of the park! Fill a MLB cupcake stand with easy-to-make baseball cupcakes. Your guests will love something sweet to top off all the salty ballpark snacks, and marvel at your cute cake design! Check out our how-to below for the details.
It’s time for tea! The Mad Hatter would be delighted by this unique tea idea! Check out the how-to below for two versions of a magical iced tea. For a touch of Wonderland whimsy, use these charming chalkboard signs to proclaim that one tea makes you TALLER and the other makes you SMALLER!
Tasty garnishes make these cupcakes the apple of your eye Ripe for the finger-lickin’ picking, apple-shaped cupcakes make for bushels of fun! Gather red icing, pretzels and green gummy treats to transform your favorite cupcake mix into a sweet fall dessert. Primp these apples for the taking by placing them on a cake stand, and add foliage and burlap decorating accents for an irresistible look that will be hard to keep anyone away.
Build a towering patch of perfect pumpkin treats Pumpkin cupcakes are a perfect way to savor the changing season and satisfy your sweet tooth. Create the perfect patch of pumpkin pastries by adorning them with autumn-themed baking picks and baking cups. Keep them sitting pretty on a cupcake tower carved to fit your frosted fall goodies.
Serve up a slice of Thankful Apple Pie Apple pie is welcomed at any time of the year, but when leaves change into vibrant colors, it’s a must-have fall dessert. A seasonal makeover transforms your favorite flaky pastry into a scrumptious fall decoration. Play up this cozy comfort food with a unique crust design, and pop in a trendy mini pennant sign to give a store-bought or made-from-scratch pie an on-trend, handcrafted look.
Lei pineapple flowers on cupcakes! Add some aloha to cupcakes with dried pineapple flowers. These edible decorations are the perfect finishing touch for cupcakes bursting with pineapple flavor – and they're easier to make than trying to limbo! Check out our sweet instructions.