Blue stars mini cupcakes – Labour Weekend instalment 3

So here’s my 3rd project of the Labour weekend!

This was an order from Tony who also ordered the Lightning McQueen cake. He picked up the cake on Sunday and this was to be delivered on Tuesday for Victor’s playcentre friends/classmates to share (lucky kids!)

He was not very fussed as to what kind of cake it would be. All he requested was 35 mini cupcakes in a popular flavour (which we later decided vanilla would be the easiest to please all) and in some sort of a boy colour.

Blue and yellow came into mind for a boy colour, and since I was making the little flowers for the Blue & White China mini cupcakes, I also made these pretty blue stars (painted with metallic shimmer) and thought it’d be a cute design.

The feedback was good, the kids enjoyed it, both the taste and the design! Score 🙂

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I'm a piano teacher who also loves dancing and BAKING! I generally bake to experiment and to improve. If you're interested in my baking, welcome to place an order, drop me a line! Challenge me! View all posts by cabnolen

6 responses to “Blue stars mini cupcakes – Labour Weekend instalment 3

  • Blue Stars Cupcakes « The Cupcake Blog

    […] There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration! Source Cabnolen’s Cafe […]

  • Blue Stars Cupcakes — Cupcake Pictures

    […] There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration! Source Cabnolen’s Cafe […]

  • Blue Stars Cupcakes | Cupcake Ideas, Cupcake Recipes, Cupcake Pictures

    […] There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration! Source Cabnolen’s Cafe […]

  • Blue Stars Cupcakes « Cute Cupcakes Blog

    […] There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration! Source Cabnolen’s Cafe […]

  • Wedding cupcakes – brown and metallic theme | Cabnolen's Cafe

    […] The bride contacted me via e-mail a month before her wedding, and asked for 50 mini cupcakes, half chocolate brownie with vanilla icing and the other half vanilla with chocolate icing, both topped with the silver star similar to my previous star cupcakes. […]

  • Blue Stars Cupcakes | The art of cupcake

    […] There are dozens of different types of cupcake toppings, so why not add some blue stars to the mix? Made from blue fondant and painted with an edible glitter “frosting” paint, these traditional vanilla cupcakes would be great for a kid’s birthday party, any type of patriotic get-together (add some white and red stars to the mix while you’re at it!) or a baby shower. As long as you have the blue stars, you can make the cupcakes out of just about any batter, making this a versatile and useful decoration! Source Cabnolen’s Cafe […]

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