Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Valentine Owls

We're less than three weeks away from Valentine's Day
so it's time to start getting into the spirit!

I love making owl cake pops because they're just so darn cute and can be so versatile. I've done these before in different color schemes, but couldn't resist doing them again for Valentine's Day!

Plus, I was so thrilled that we crossed 4,000 Facebook fans today that I just had to make these to help celebrate the occasion.


  1. Love it! Glad to see you back! I enjoy seeing what you come up with every month :)

    1. Hi Audra- Sorry my posts have slowed down a bit. I've got some other things I'm working on, but I'm so glad you like the owls.

  2. Love, love, love these cute little owls!!!

  3. Oh my God !!!! I love owls, they are beautiful!How many hours have you worked at this Cake Pops ? I would need days :) LOL !!!

    Have a great weekend.

    Hugs & Kisses

  4. Your work
    is full of love I can see it !!You are so talented :)

    1. Hi Yvi-
      So glad you like the owls. Truthfully I like making owls because there fairly quick to make. I put these together at 2:00 in the morning just because I couldn't sleep. :-)
      Hope you have a great weekend too.

  5. These Owls are too cute. I am new to cake pops, and I am wanting to make these for my daughter's Valentine's Party. Is there a tutorial on these? Thanks so much!!


  6. Hi Sara-
    I'm so glad you like them! I don't have a tutorial on these yet (I've been meaning to do that, but it won't be ready to go for a while), however they're actually pretty simple to make. First, I shape the cake ball into an oval. Then, I place chocolate chips on the top for the ears using candy melt to hold them in place. Then, I dip the pop into red candy melt and let it dry. Next, I dip it into pink candy melt twice at alternate angles to create the "V" effect. As it dries I place the sprinkles/candies for the wings, eyes, nose, feet, and bow. Or they can be applied after.
    Hope that helps a little!
    Have fun!