I meant to get this posted before Easter but better late than never, right? And if you have a spoiled kiddo, like mine, I bet you have more than 1 Easter basket laying around the house to use for this project. Remember the cake pops I made a couple weeks ago? Well, I needed a fun and festive way to display them so I came up with this. I ended up giving this cake pop basket to a neighbor who just had a baby. I think this would also be super cute for Mother’s Day, in lieu of (and more yummy than) flowers. Experiment with different materials. Use a bucket instead of a basket or upcyle old canisters by wrapping scrapbook paper around them. You can grow your own grass or use moss and make woodland themed cake pops. Happy cake popping!
Foam Floral Blocks
Step 1: Cut the floral foam blocks to fit in your basket with a large knife.
Step 2: Simply and sporadically stick your cake pops into the floral foam blocks.
Step 3: Cover the foam blocks with Easter grass. That is it, totally simple and cute. My kind of project. How do you display your cake pops?
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