megan By: megan

pumpkin cupcake with cream cheese icing spider

I'm not happy with them yet.

  • Aryn Morse 10y

    I think that's awesome! I can't wait to see when you ARE happy with them.
  • Jen Bullock 10y

    yeah, they're pretty darn good right now!
  • undomestic 10y

    nice
  • Erika 10y

    They do look lovely. Maybe glowing red eyes?
  • Liz 10y

    ohh, but they are adorable!!
  • Baking Fairy 10y

    maybe black spiders with red eyes...
  • Stace Dayment 10y

    Silver draggee eyeballs!!
  • Victoria Klein 10y

    *swoon* That is the perfect thing or halloween!
  • Elisabet 10y

    i even find the spider cute!
  • celadoncupcake 10y

    Yum! How did they taste? (Would you recommend the recipe? Am looking for a good pumpkin cupcake recipe.)
  • Esther17 10y

    I agree w/ozdema2's suggestion. That would make them look a bit more frightening.
  • donna di mondo 10y

    Awesome!!!! Wish I was that talented with frosting.
  • CrumleyFamily 10y

    What kind of tip are you using for the body of the spider? They look really good! Yummy!
  • Claire Robertson 10y

    Oooh I love them! HOw I wish we 'did' Halloween here in Australia.
  • megan 10y

    Celadon - both of the recipes are Martha Stewart, and the cupcakes were surprisingly moist. Here they are: pumpkin cupcakes and cream cheese frosting.

    Mr Scrumley - the tip for the body was a #6. Big fat round basic tip.
  • Bubu the Pug 10y

    I think they look just wonderful! I bet they are deeeelicious!
  • Jolene Oldham 10y

    some kind of eyes - I like the silver dragee idea - and maybe some colored sugar sprinkled on the legs to make them look hairy.

    Then, box them up and send them to:
    ME!
  • www.scentsy.com/dancer 7y

    What did you use to make the spider?
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