Tuesday, February 14, 2012

L-O-V-E {Cake Pops}

Happy Valentines Day! A day to celebrate L-O-V- E, love! What a wondrous thing love is. What a difficult thing love can be. What a rewarding life lived when love is expressed.
Learning to love others is a precious gift not always easily attained. Receiving the love of others is a priceless treasure never to be taken for granted. Love is complex, multifaceted and never ending. Love has different faces. That of a romantic love or love from parent to child. Love for chocolate or love of an experience lived. Love of a friend and love for the unknown. Though love may take on different forms there is one thing common among all. The Bible puts it this way...
4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. (1Corinthians 13:4-7)

L-O-V-E... LOVE! Thank God for love!
To express my love to my family I made one of their loves... cake pops!
Red Velvet insides scream Valentine's Day!
One of the loves of my life. He laughed at seeing our hands covered in red velvet cake. 
I LOVE his laugh!
 Another love of my life! Sneak peak for a later post is her hair bow.
 Cake Pops all wrapped up and ready to enjoy! Here is how I did it.
Fold a piece of wax paper in half. Cut a square (big enough to cover pop) keeping the fold at the top. Then with a zig zag stitch, place the wax paper on your sewing machine, with the fold end closest to you and the open end away from you. Sew up the side and turn as you go in a continuous stitch. Shaping like a heart. So in the end you will have zig zagged the side, the folded top and then the next side sewn. Leaving the bottom open to insert cake pop. Then tie with thread, ribbon, twist tie or what ever you choose. Just another idea of how to wrap up a cake pop. 


P.S. To make cake pops... the Internet is full of ways. Search my site for my Turkey {Shaped} Cake Pops.
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3 comments:

  1. Yum yum yum!!!! Your cake pops look wonderful, and I love love love your description of love. I love you my dear friend.

    What type of melting chocolate did u use? Our market only has brown.

    Thank you for sharing and I can't wait to read about the hair bows.
    Hugs!! Happy Valentines's Day!! Xxx

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  2. So you figured out it was me!! xxxx Sorry about the "anonymous" ... love you!!

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  3. These Cake Pops look so yummy. I wish I had one to go with my coffee right now. I always see them at Starbucks, but I've never tried them yet. Happy Easter, and I hope you and your loved ones have a blessed day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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