Cupcake Decorating Ideas

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From frogs to bumblebees, these fun and creative cupcake
decorating ideas are sure to be a hit with your Sunday school class
at snack time.

Use this list of cupcake decorating ideas to spark your
volunteers’ creativity.

Frog: Ice a cupcake with thick green icing.
Cut one green gumdrop in half and squirt one round drop of white
icing near the narrow end of each half to make eyes. Position the
eyes on the top half of the cupcake. Add a four-inch piece of
curled red licorice strip to the bottom for the frog’s tongue.

Heart: Ice a cupcake with white, pink, or red
icing. Use two equal-size pieces of red licorice strips to create a
heart shape in the center of the cupcake. Decorate the inside of
the heart with sprinkles or other icing colors.

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Bumblebees: Ice a cupcake with chocolate
icing. Leaving a 1-inch space on one side of the cupcake for the
bee’s face, draw four horizontal yellow icing lines about 1/4-inch
apart to create the bee’s yellow stripes. Cut one small marshmallow
in half, add a black dot to each half for the bee’s eyes, then
position the marshmallow eyes on the bee’s face. Cut a large
marshmallow in half diagonally for wings, and place the wings in
the center of the bee’s back. Add a 1-inch black licorice strip
piece on the bee’s bottom for a stinger.

Crazy Creation: Mix and match all colors of
icing and various sprinkles for a mixed up, crazy creation.

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