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Sep 18, 2011


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wow! they are very creative and definetly something different for halloween decorations!

Jessica @ How Sweet

this is SO cute! would have loved it as a kiddo.

lisa skiles

Really cute - especially the spiderweb topper. Isn't it difficult to pipe on the inside of the jar?


I LOOOOVE this Amanda! So original, the kids will love thiese!


I'm horribly arachnophobic. And yet, I LOVE these! Absolutely brilliant. I'll be sure to link on Edible Crafts later today! (And PS, I just made spiders from chocolate melted in a decorating bag, also just posted today, but these are way beyond.)

Amy | She Wears Many Hats

Spooky fun Amanda!


That is so cool! I love the results and the piping on the inside is fantastic. I'd love to share this on my Halloween blog if it's ok with you.

shelly (cookies and cups)

How do you think of this stuff? Piping the cake on the inside of the jar is so fun!


My first Grandbaby is due on Halloween, I'm saving this for a future birthday party! I'll have to test it many many times first to perfect it. Ya know, for the kids....:)

Hey Jen

That is such a neat idea! I love it!


So cute and creative!!! Love it, Amanda!

Cookbook Queen

Very cool idea!! Scary too :) My son would LOVE it.

Lori @ RecipeGirl

Sooooo cute! You've done it again!

Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray

How cool are these? I love it!


You are so creative! Love these!

Amber | Bluebonnets & Brownies

Now those are crazy original, girl! I love the spider + spider web ones the best. :)


These are wonderful! I laughed about the spiders, because I was googling spiders for a craft project last night and I after cringing had bad dreams about spiders all night! But it woudl be worth it for one of these wonderful cakes!

nettie moore

These are really fantastic!



As much as I dislike spiders and seeing your realistic cake ones give me hee-bee-jee-bees, I think these are awesome! My boys would love these (not so much my girls, they're worse than I am about spiders). I also like the idea of using this technique for so many other holidays/celebrations! So creative Amanda!

Rowaida Flayhan

Wow you are really amazing Amanda this is very creative love it

Rachel @ Baked by Rachel

Freaking love this idea - well... okay, primarily the spiderweb bit because the actual spider kind of freaks me out lol. Not a fan of spiders but the web I can handle ;)


Awesome ideas! I love these. This would be great for a bakesale.


I love this idea. We do a bake sale at work every year to raise funds to buy Christmas presents for struggling families. Could I do these in advance and freeze them until the sale? I don't think I would have time to make several all in the weekend just before the sale but I think they might sell well as a novelty item.

Glory/ Glorious Treats

Never in a million years would I think to pipe cake on the inside wall of a jar... and think it would turn out as cool as these! Very creative!!


Thanks for such a great idea!


this is a fun twist for Halloween....very unique. I love it.


I love everything about these!! They might just be Ruby's birthday cake this year!!

Chris at Hye Thyme Cafe

OK, as cool as all of the individual parts are, I'm most impressed with the fact that you were able to pipe INSIDE the jar! I'd either make a complete mess or get my hand stuck or something. ;)


Oh my gosh, the spider webs on top of the jar are simply brilliant!


Oh My Gosh! I cannot wait to try these.

Lisa (With Style and Grace)

you're my hero. and this is amazing. can I come over and just watch you work your magic?

Lucy Lean

These are so much fun - will definitely try these for halloween - was piping inside the jar crazy difficult?

Diane {Created by Diane}

Very fun idea! Great for a party :)

Katrina @ In Katrina's Kitchen

Okay those webs are the most genius thing I hjave seen. Possibly ever. I passed out from cuteness factor!


So fun for Halloween. I bet kids love this.

Naina @ chow bella

Such a cute idea!!!

Brenda @ a farmgirl's dabbles

I LOVE this, Amanda!! Very creative!

kiki comin

love this. i am giving it a try. thanks for the inspiration.:)


Oh wow, these as usual are GREAT!

I've been a 'lurker' on your blog for some time now, admiring your work. If you have time I would love for you to visit my humble little blog to see the Rainbow cake I made, with inspiration from your blog, for my son's birthday:


Many thanks and keep up the good work! :o) xoxo


cute, cute. I have four of those Black and Yellow Argiopes in my front yard right now, I want to get rid of them but hubby keeps saying that they eat bugs. Whatever, they are bugs and they are creepy. Great job on the cakes though.


These are amazing! I love the webs on top of the jar. I just had one suggestion.... since you mentioned you broke some webs when you removed the rubber bands, maybe you could try sliding them off the bottom of the jar instead of pulling them over the top of it. Anyway, just a thought. Thanks for all your awesome ideas.

Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

You are so creative, I don't know how you come up with these ideas!


Your genius creations blow my mind girl, they really -really do! Love these! Gonna FB right now.

Alison @ Ingredients, Inc.

too good! Love your site!


Fun idea for the kids, very creative of you Amanda!


You never cease to amaze me Amanda - these are just too darn cute for words!!! Makes me miss having little boys around... but I may have to make these anyhow... just cuz!!!


This is insanely clever! Sharing this on my blog too!


These are adorable. So festive and perfect for Halloween! Thanks for sharing.

Georgia Pellegrini

You must be the most favorite mom on the block. I wish I could come to your house for Halloween!

Jessica @ Glaze

What a cute idea!!! I bet you could use this for so many things!

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