What fun!
thanks for posting the foodie pages. I am enjoying:0

I just made cake pops for the first time on the 4th of July. They were a big hit with the kids (and adults!) I'm glad I'm not the only one new to this great dessert...

Really nice post with helpful details. Your BYW2 friend - kerry

Lovely post. And you blog is gorgeous. Looking forward to reading your posts :)
Rhythma (BYW2)

Hi this is Anna from BYW 2.0. I wanted to check out your how and discovered you have a great DIY blog. I am a beginner at sewing some will stop by and see your other craft projects. Love your new column. I am a foodie also.

very clever - they look so yummy too!! great post!

Those are the cutest treats and I'm certain the kid's teachers loved them. I love the idea of the piggy pops, too cute. Can't wait to see what you create next. Have a great weekend.

Mmmm, I want cake now! :)

What a fun fun posts and the pops are absolutely adorable, especially the pigs! I love how much detail you provided to help your viewers make them. I think this is a great column you have started. Good Luck! Visiting from blogging 2.0.

Wow - I am so impressed. I find they are not as easy as they look. My daughter and I actually lined up to meet Angie when she was in Toronto. We have tried them several times but I think practice must make perfect. I have been thinking of cheating and using a marshmallow fondant for the coating. What a lovely and thoughtful teacher gift you have put together!

Wow this is such a cute idea! Dropping by from BYW - great column idea!

My! These look marvelous, but the amount of work just leaves me breathless! Congratulations on your new Friday Foodie, looking forward to it!

Hi thanks for dropping in on my pinkenergy blog. I love your blog header also.

This post is great. I love your photography with your children.

See you in byw.

What a lovely treat for the teachers! I loved your piggy pops. So cute, and I've always wondered how these are made so

Thanks for that!

Whoa! That's some serious cake poppin'. Lovely to make your blog's acquaintance.

What an adorable picture of Jordy holding all of those cake pops! Cake pops are a perfect activity for the kids. My little niece has a new interest in them and she just borrowed my book yesterday -- I'm hoping I get some of the treats LOL!

In addition to being a very attractive confection, did you mention that they are delicious? Nana Banana (mom)

Cute! Can't wait to see what you come up with next Friday. Jordy and Cameron are growing up.

HI Lisa,

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I found yours last night and fell in love with your header. Your work is gorgeous!!

Great to connect with you!


Super cute!

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