Preheat your oven to fun!
When baking these cupcakes
don't reach for a pan because
for organic shapes, we will want
to use cans. Just cans from your
cupboards made out of tin, locate
a dozen and then we’ll begin.
Empty out the tomatoes, okra and
corn, to create baking cradles
where cupcakes are born.
Now if baking in cans is too far out on
a limb, you can use muffin pans
if that is your whim.
Slice off the top of the cake using a sharp kitchen knife and lay that piece aside for later.
Spread the top and sides with chocolate buttercream frosting.
The rings of the stump are created by dragging a fork around around the top of the cake.
Comb up the sides to make it really look like a tree!
Frost the side bite to look like a freshly cut log.
(Optional) If you bake one more cupcake than is needed, you can cut it into small pieces to be used as the limb on the side of the stump.
Create tiny mushrooms and the striped handle ax with a gum paste modeling compound made from sugar or purchase it at bakery supply stores.
For more fun ideas visit www.Glitterville.com
Bake it... and make every day a holiday!
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