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Mercedes' HS Graduation - None
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  • 30 guests
  • 26 June 2011
  • Park / Keizer / Oregon / United States
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I made these fun graduation cap candy pops that were very popular with guests!
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Cupcake tower, and I made a last minute decision to add ... [read more]
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The homemade cupcake toppers. These were for the mini-cupcakes.
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More homemade cupcake toppers. These were for the regular sized cupcakes.
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The display/gift table. Using some pic frames I already had, I created this area.
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Juanita C says...

@ 18:47 on Mar 10, 2012

Img_8387_thumb These are SO cute! How did you get them to stay together?

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Peggy P says...

@ 22:29 on Mar 10, 2012

Img_8387_thumb Juanita, the tops are 'glued' on the pb cups with a little extra melted chocolate. Very rich (and I don't even want to know how many calories, lol!) but tasty! :o)

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Melissa I says...

@ 20:39 on May 17, 2012

Img_8387_thumb what did you use as the square part of the cap?

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Peggy P says...

@ 21:08 on May 17, 2012

Img_8387_thumb Melissa, I actually bought a candy mold (was under $2) for these. The 'recipe' used candy squares that were purchased at Cost Plus (I believe). I think it's much more cost efficient if you go with a candy mold. If you don't have a local store, there are lots of places online you can buy molds for pretty cheap. HTH! :o)

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Heidi M says...

@ 11:40 on May 26, 2012

Img_8400_thumb Such a great idea to use the table cover to name the dishes!!

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Heidi M says...

@ 11:41 on May 26, 2012

Img_8376_thumb Love the clothespin idea as well!

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Peggy P says...

@ 12:08 on May 26, 2012

Img_8400_thumb Thanks, Heidi! I was trying to go for a kind of casual feel, and the guest-of-honor is into art, so that seemed to go pretty well. :o)

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Haidee S says...

@ 12:58 on Jun 25, 2012

Img_8387_thumb super adorable!!!! were the squares a mold?

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Peggy P says...

@ 17:29 on Jun 25, 2012

Img_8387_thumb Haidee, yes I used a candy mold I bought from our local cake shop (under $2). It turned out to be the perfect size & was much less expensive than buying candy squares! :o)

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Phyllis K says...

@ 12:45 on Jan 09, 2013

Img_8387_thumb What did you use for the base?

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Peggy P says...

@ 13:56 on Jan 09, 2013

Img_8387_thumb Phyllis, the base is a styrofoam block (bought at the Dollar Tree) that I covered in scrapbook paper. :o)

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Julie L says...

@ 09:57 on May 03, 2013

Would you tell me how to make the graduation cap cake pops please? My email is zcctraylor@aol.com. Thanks, Julie Lewis

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Mary M says...

@ 15:54 on May 12, 2013

I am also trying to find some instructions on how to make the graduation cap pops.

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