Lalaloopsy Cake Pops! Make Kids Lalaloopsy Doll Cake Pops -- A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial how to make
Lalaloopsy Cake Pops! Make Kids Lalaloopsy Doll Cake Pops -- A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial
English (United Kingdom) English (United Kingdom) Hello and welcome to Cupcake Addiction's LalaloopsyDoll Cakepop Tutorial where I'll be showing you how to make this gorgeous Lalaloopsy dollcakepops. Today we'll be making Blossom Flowerpot but you can see her picture here with CinderSlippers. And with a couple of modifications, you can turn this into pretty much any ofthe Lalaloopsy crew. Tools and equipment that we'll be using today:I've got lollipop stick I've got a pre-rolled cakepop ball ready togo. If you don't have a great recipe for cakepop balls. You can click on Cinder Slippers atany stage during this tutorial and she will take you over to our recipe.I've got a pair of scissors. A zip lock bag.In a separate zip lock bag, I've just got a tiny bit of yellow, pink and white eitherfondant or modeling chocolate. I've got some melted white chocolate.I've got some more melted white chocolate that I've tinted pink. You can also use pinkcandy melts. A fondant roller.Quite a fine paintbrush. A sharp knife.I've got some black food coloring paste. You will need paste, not liquid for this tutorial.I've got some candy necklaces. Now I've cut my candy necklaces or candy bracelets up andI've just picked out the pink ones for Blossom's hair.I've got a piece of soft eating liquorice. Soft eating liquorice is quite pliable. Andwe're actually going to roll that out. If you don't like liquorice or can't find softeating liquorice where you are, black fondant is also fineCouple of cocktail sticks or toothpicks And I've got two piping nozzles. Now I'm usinga number that this is a 9 millimeter opening and that'sa a full set of piping nozzles just have a thinkabout what you might have around the house that can just make those 2 shapes, whetheror not it's the top of an eyeliner or a very small container or something like that. Youdon't necessarily have to have piping tips. I'm just using them to cut out the shapesfor the eyes today. Let's get started.Firstly, we're going to get our cakepop dipped. So we're going to insert that lollipop stickinto that lovely melted chocolate and pop it into the flat bottom of our cakepop ball.Now we're going to let that seal set. It's going to pop into the fridge for about 2 or and lovely and set.Okay, so I'm happy that my lovely little chocolate seal has set nicely. It's nice and firm. Sowe're going to dip the cakepop, just going to dip it in, give it a little swirl aroundto make sure that that white chocolate meets up with that lovely chocolate seal. Pull itout and just tap off the excess. Alright, so I'm happy that that's a nice,round, even-looking cakepop ball. Now as I'm tapping to, I'm also turning and that notonly helps all that excess come off but it also helps to distribute that chocolate reallynice and evenly. I'm just going to take my hand, and just my finger under there, andjust wipe off any excess chocolate. And we'll pop this off here to completely dry.Well that one's dry. We can prepare our Lalaloopsy eyes. So I'm going to take that liquoriceand just with my roller, I'm just going to roll it out. So as you can see there, thesoft eating liquorice does just, with a little bit of pressure, roll out quite nicely. Ilike to use the soft eating liquorice because it's really widely available. You can buyit in most stores and not everybody's got bucket loads of black fondant around or wantsto go and buy the quantities of black fondant that they often want it to sell it to youin. Alright, so with that black liquorice, I'mgoing to take the larger of my and I'm just going to cut out 2 eyes -- so for eyes and this is going to help us makethe perfect little button eyes. With that smaller cutter, smaller piping tip, I'm justgoing to, in the center of those little black circles, make a little second circle. It'sa little outline for our button. And then using that nice sharp knife, I just want to,a little cross just on that inside circle, not on the other outside circle as well, 1and and another little button eye.Alright, you can also prepare our little blossoms for the top of Blossom Flowerpot's head. Soto make those, I've just [got] a little bit of white fondant. You can opt to buy theselittle flowers ready made from cake decorating shops or in little packets but I'll show youhow to make them. I'm just going to roll about a pea-sized ball.Tear it in half, so you get roughly pieces of white fondant. And we're going tojust flatten that out. If you've got a little flower cutter, a flower cutter is great here.But if you don't, I'm just going to take that sharp knife and just make incisions or littleindents, I guess, with the knife all the way around. Gives a little bit of a flower shape.If you love our tutorials, make sure that you subscribe to our channel. We upload severaltimes a week. We've always got new and innovative ideas and great things coming out in the worldof cupcakes and cakepops. We'd love to have you stop by and check out what else we doover at My Cupcake Addiction. Just finishing off that 2nd flower. You cansee there they're not perfect flowers. But without a flower cutter, they're a pretty,nice, neat shape. We're going to take a little bit of that yellowfondant and just roll it into a ball. Press it out into a little disc. And again. Oneof our toothpicks, tiny bit of pink or white chocolate onto the front of those 2 blossomsand you pop your little center in. So that would be the 2 blossoms for Blossom Flowerpot'shair. Alright, now Blossom should be completelydry so it's time to dip her into the pink. So with the pink, I just want to dip her toabout... Find your best side of the cakepop. So I'm thinking this is my best side for theface. I'm just going to dip her to about, I guess, about a third of the way down thecakepop ball at the front and about halfway down at the back to make sort of a hair shape.So just I want to dip her in just like this. Don't come too far down at the front. Butif you do, never fear. Interesting hairstyle there, Blossom. So I just shake off any excess.If you do happen to come down or you've got an uneven edge down the front, just take yourfinger while it's still wet and run it along. You'll end up with a nice straight edge. That'sthe benefit of letting it dry completely. So I'm just going to give her a little shakejust to settle that chocolate on top. Once again, it doesn't matter if it's not perfect.Now while we're waiting for that chocolate to dry, we're going to take our snap lockbag, our second snap lock bag, and we're going to just pop in some of that pink chocolate.You don't need terribly much. Closing up the bag, pushing it all the way to the cornerjust before I close that last little bit. And we'll cut a tiny tiny little nick in theend of the bag. That's going to give us a nice little pink chocolate piping tip. We'lljust wait for that chocolate there to completely dry before we pipe on the final details forthe hair. Alright, so Blossom's little pink shower caphas dried. We're going to take this little piping bag or little zip lock bag. Now I preferto start at the bottom and come up and I like to go along quite widely spaced and then comeback and fill in the space in between. Okay, so I've piped on the hair and it's almostdry. While we're waiting for that to completely dry, we're going to add the little detailson the face. So the eyes first, just a little dot, not too much, because you don't wantit to come seeping out the back of the eyes. A little dot of that melted pink or whitechocolate, whatever color you're using and use that to stick down our eyes.And then we're going to take our paintbrush and paint on the details of the face. We'llmake the ringlets. I prefer to make them the last thing that I add just because I wantthem to sit upright and dry completely before I go moving her around too much.So firstly I'm going to take... You can see, I've got quite a nice fine paintbrush there.So I'm just going to dip that in the lid of my paste. I don't want too much on there.And I'm just going to make little eyelashes at the top there.Now the reason that you cannot use liquid food coloring is because liquid food coloringjust doesn't write on chocolate, even paste it's not the best. But it'll do the job forthese little details. So you've got there your 2 eyelashes on each eye. And then we'lldo our little smiley face. And I'm just going to make it a nice small half circle.Alright, so she looks like this now and we just need to get her some lovely pink cheeks. That's whereour pink fondant or pink modeling chocolate comes in. I'm just going to take just a verysmall amount of that pink modeling chocolate. And once again I'm going to tear it in half.I always make a ball and then tear it in half because I find it's a [good] way to get 2nice even-sized balls out of it. You kind of... It just gives you a good measure. Youtake something. You tear it in half. You've got about the same amount.So I'm going to take just a little bit of the pink chocolate. And right up close tothe under side, right up close to the mouth. And then we're going to take one of thosepink balls and just flatten it down. And the same on this side.Now you could just do pink chocolate there. But the Lalaloopsys do have quite pronouncedpink cheeks so I prefer to use that little bit of fondant or that little bit of modelingchocolate but you could always just do a little bit of pink chocolate dabs there. Almost readyto go, Blossom. We're just going to finish the ringlets inyour hair. So for the ringlets, I'm going to take my little piping bag once again. AndI'm going to just do a good-sized squiggle from the crown down the sides. So just likethis, you can see there I'm just doing quite a decent amount of the pink chocolate. Andthen I'm going to do a front row, just starting just off center of the crown -- 1, 2, 3, andI like to put just want to stand the, up just a little bithigher in this row of chocolate. So they're sort of poking at the top -- so and 3.We'll repeat that on the other side. And last but not least, we have Blossom'slittle blossoms. Two more dabs of our lovely pink chocolate glue, pick up those blossomsthat you made earlier and rest them right up against your ringlets. Be careful not topush the ringlets off. And she's going to go over here into our polystyrene block tocompletely dry before we go tilting her, moving her or doing anything else.So there you have your gorgeous Blossom Flowerpot from your Lalaloopsy doll collection. ForCinder Slippers, we did the exact same technique. We didn't do the piping on of the hair. Iused a little bit of yellow modeling chocolate and then just fashioned a little pink barretteout of modeling chocolate. So you can see how easy it is there just to change up theway that you want to decorate your little Lalaloopsys.Hope you've enjoyed this tutorial. Thanks very much for watching.