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You can make them in different colors, give them different expressions, make them cuter or even scarier. I am sure both, kids and adults, would love them!
To make these monster toppers, you will need the following supplies:
Small circle cutter
Small heart cutter
Paintbrush and some water
Blue, red and green fondant (You can use other colors if you like)
Let’s make the one-eyed monster first…
Step 1: Start off by rolling out some blue fondant and use your scalloped cutter to cut out a piece.
Step 2: Roll out some red fondant or any other color you like and use a small circle cutter to cut out a few circles.
Step 3: Use a black edible marker to draw out eyeballs.
Step 4: Brush some water on top of your scalloped piece and stick the little circle here.
Step 5: Use a black edible marker to draw out eyelashes and also use it to draw a mouth.
Step 6: Use a red marker to draw out little dots all over the face.
Step 7: We will give this little monster a little bow now. To do that, roll out some green fondant and use a small heart cutter to cut out a piece.
Step 8: Cut it in half using a knife.
Step 9: Then, cut off the rounded ends.
Step 10: Align these 2 triangular pieces and stick a small ball of fondant in the center.
Step 11: Brush some water on your monster’s head and stick the bow into place.
And you are done!
Let’s make a three- eyed monster now…
Step 1: Roll out some red fondant and use a scalloped cutter to cut out a piece.
Step 2: Make eyes the same way as before.
Step 3: Brush some water on the red piece and stick three eyes here.
Step 4: Use a black marker to draw out a mouth and tongue.
Step 5: Let’s give this monster a bow tie. Make a bow the same way as before.
Step 6: Brush some water near the base and stick the bow here.
Step 7: Use a green marker to draw out little dots all over the face.
And you are done!
Let these pieces dry overnight and then use them on top of your iced cupcakes.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
Happy caking everyone!