Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Santa's Fat Tummy Cup Cakes


Hi Chicks!!! Wanna make your kiddos end of year class party rock? Well, instead of taking some generic treat for the table, make some of these Too Easy Santa's fat tummy cup cakes.  This little icon has been doing the rounds of the blogosphere this season.  I've seen it on wreaths, but as yet not on cup cakes, so I thought I would oblige. 


This is the simplest cup cake decoration ever and will make your kiddo top of the class, at least amongst their peers anyway.  I have made a batch of these for this afternoon's class beach bash.
Here's how I did it!!!!!.  Make some cupcakes.....any will do......from scratch, a packet cake or hey even buy them uniced, if you are pressed for time and who isn't?


Make or buy some red frosting.  I made some and decided to pipe it onto the cupcake so as  to avoid any knife marks on the cake.  Just spoon it into a zip lock bag and cut off the tinniest snip in the bottom corner.  My cakes rose in the middle but not on the sides, which only added to the 'fat tummy' theme.  But who cares how they come out, cause the kids are gunna love these, either with a flat tummy or a pop out version. 


I bought some stripped licorice and cut it to size.
 

Place the licorice about one third the way up the cup cake.



I used bought writing frosting to pipe on a buckle and some buttons.


and hey presto Santa has arrived.  I think I'm having more fun this Christmas than my kids.  Certainly, it's the best lead up to Christmas I've had since I found out the truth about the big fella.  To see how much I am loving the season, have a look at my Too Easy Christmas ideas to inspire some simple creativity in your world.


Today I' partying here

32 comments :

  1. too cute! ho ho ho!!
    fat santa cakes, nice.

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  2. Carolyn - your repertoire of Christmas goodies is amazing and totally inspiring! ;)Sharyne

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  3. Thes look awesome thanks for sharing them will have to make these ones to cute not to. Have a Great day my friend.

    Always Wendy

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  4. Sticky & gooey the perfect christmas cupcake!

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  5. These are the cutest little tummies!!! What a fun idea.

    xoxox

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  6. Those are perfect. Such a cute idea. Thanks for sharing at DIYbyDesign's Fall into Fall party.

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  7. They look yummy, and made me smile. Love your title for this post.

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  8. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the kind comments. I just love your great lesson on cupcakes and the darling frosting of Santa's tummy. They look delish and how much fun to go to the beach. Happy Celebrations! Merry Christmas! Pam

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  9. Hi Carolyn, Thank you for stopping by & leaving a comment on my blog so that I could come & see you too. Wow, your weather looks MUCH different from mine! And I love these darling Santa cupcakes. Too fun!

    Warmly, Michelle

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  10. This is such a cute idea! I'd love for you to come link up at DIY Thrifty Thursday @ www.thrifty101.blogspot.com

    Michelle @ Thrifty 101

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  11. Ooooo I bet you were the popular mum :) I dont think my kids would let these leave the house let alone make it to school.
    I love the Peters milk bottle in the photo. Where did you find that treasure? xx

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  12. What a fun and cute idea. this would be a real treat for a school Christmas party.

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  13. Nann here from.....atnannstable.blogspot.com These are just too cute for words. Love 'em absolutely love 'em! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. So cute, I wish we could bring in home made stuff, the cake pops I send in at least are wrapped so they can take them home. I would love to make cupcakes.

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  15. They look so good. I would love for you to link up to my Christmas Party @ http://sewstylishboutique.blogspot.com/ I also have a Crafty Lassie Tuesday each week you can come and link up to.
    Thanks Rose

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  16. These are HILARIOUS!!! AND waaaaaay cute!! Thanks for linking up to TGIF!! Merry Christmas,
    Beth =-)

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  17. Happy pink saturday!

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  18. Adorable ! I definitely need to try making these with the kiddos ! So fun !

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  19. These are great! I bet they got gobbled right up! Thanks for linking up with Hating Martha!

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  20. Cute and fun idea. Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas. ~CJ

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  21. What a hoot! I'll be smiling all day! Happy Happy and a Merry Merry to You!

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  22. These are so cute! I love holiday-inspired goodies. Thanks for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

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  23. Oh, the kid-lings would love to make these. Fabulous idea, fun & festive.
    Merry Christmas
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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  24. How fun! Have a very Merry Christmas! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  25. soo cute! Love em, thanks for linking up! I am going to be featuring you at my party this week:)

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