Friday, October 21, 2016

Stamped Fondant Cupcake Toppers

Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet,
give me something good, and cute to eat,
for Halloween.

These stamped fondant cupcake toppers
are so easy and fun, you are going to love
using this idea for lots of fun ideas.

I saw these two cute Halloween stamps at 
Hobby Lobby and couldn't resist them.

Now, what to do with them with
one round and one rectangular.

I decided to make stamped fondant,
using gel food coloring to make fun
cupcake toppers, and attached them at
an angle to fresh frosting, so the
rectangular one worked as well as the round one.

Make white fondant, so easy with
marshmallows, or a good tasting prepared
fondant is Satin Ice.  Truly, this one tastes
good.  I was introduced to this one by
Amy from _thebakeaholic on Instagram.
I took a cookie making class from her,
and she recommended it.  I purchased some
on Amazon, and made these with the
Satin Ice.  It was soft and smooth and
tasted good.  It was very easy to use,
although a lot more expensive than homemade.

I cut the shapes out that I needed, but my cookie
cutters were just slightly small for the stamps,
so I gently rolled the rectangular ones to
make them just slightly longer, and slightly
stretched the round ones with my fingers.

I cut mine out in the morning and 7 hours
later they were stiff enough to stamp.

Wash and dry the stamps, then paint on the
gel food color with a paint brush.  I learned
that the first one has too much food coloring,
so I would stamp paper first, then stamp 
about two before painting the stamp again.
Be sure to press down all sides of the
stamp, but mine were far from perfect,
and they still turned out cute.

I made my cupcakes in my silicone teacups
and frosted with traditional buttercream
which I found years ago at a kitchen store,
and had to buy just because of the name.

It pours out like a brown sludge, and does
darken your frosting a little, but what a yummy
flavor - made for Princesses!!!

Press the cupcake topper onto freshly piped

The littles just couldn't keep their hands off of them.
Posting these with 

Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. What a fantastic and creative idea! Thank you for sharing all your sources and tips. Some of that fondant is on its way to me! Can't wait to try it!

    1. It really was yummy, but definitely more than homemade which is really easy too, but I had to give it a try! Love Amazon - the world is your marketplace!

  2. Oh my witchy fingers are trembling with delight over the Pin it button this morning! These are just too fun and I want to head to the stamp store! Thanks so much for the inpiration <|:>)

    1. My witchy fingers have been pinning like crazy too! I think it is the change in the weather. If only I had time to make everything I see that I want to try! Oh, that would be trouble - tee hee!!

  3. These are adorable Jacqueline! I have some similar emulsion I bought from King Arthur Flour, it does add a mystery flavor that just makes everything so much better-I have to remember to use it!

  4. Very cute indeed, adds so whimsical fun to your cupcakes. I did read about the satin Ice fondant, however the emulsion is new to me. I will definitely give it a try. Thank you for sharing this fun creative topper.

  5. Adorable! the teacups make the finished products look absolutely perfect!
    Thank you for sharing:-)

  6. So cute! I especially love the "smell my feet" one. Those teacup cupcake cups are adorable! :)

    1. That was my favorite too, although please don't smell mine! Cackle cackle!

  7. I love using emulsions. The butter flavor is yummy in buttercream frosting. What a great idea to stamp the fondant. You're so clever!

    1. Definitely going to get the butter emulsion then! Sounds fabulous!

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    1. That was the favorite of the grandkids too! They like to eat the fondant and lick the frosting off and leave the rest! No respect!!

  9. Hilarious, Jacqueline, and this looks easy enough for me to do! I would love to give my sister one of the Smell My Feet cupcakes and get a good cackle out of her! :) Linda

  10. Very cute! I love the tip about letting the fondant dry for awhile. I have tried this before, but it didn't work out well -- maybe because I didn't dry it! Happy Halloween! Joni


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