cakepop zombie graveyard

This year, I decided to do skeletons for my Halloween cake pops and somehow that morphed to a zombie graveyard.  Here’s how I made it…

After I dipped the cake pops, I added faces and a little blood drip from the mouths.  Once the pops were done, I assembled the coffins.  They are Martha Stewart treat boxes I found at Jo-Ann Fabrics, but they worked perfectly.  Then I added some spider web to the black wooden tree I picked up at Michael’s.  Journey made the headstones.  I love the names she came up with.

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The base for the graveyard is from the Spookytown Landscape that I got from Michael’s (on sale, of course).  I had to add some styrofoam to the base since the base was not solid.


After I inserted the cake pops to the base, I added a few glittery pumpkins.  And no graveyard would be complete without a few creepy crawlers.

IMG_0572Journey and I love the way the zombie graveyard turned out.  Let’s hope her classmates do too…

Happy Halloween!

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2 Comments on Eat & Tell: Cake Pop Zombie Graveyard

  1. I love this idea. I would like to do this for my little granddaughter for her Halloween night but I am a terrible baker when it comes to making any kind of desert. You did a great job on this. Keep up the good work and your imagination is absolutely astounding.

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