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How to Make Santa “Oops” Cupcakes using Roundabouts Cupcake Sleeves

November 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Cupcakes

Have a little fun this Holiday with these Santa “Oops” Cupcakes  that are not only EASY to make, but also Yummy to eat. Kids and Adults will laugh when they see these Cupcakes at your Holiday or Christmas Party this year.

That silly Santa must learn to eat less Cookies throughout the year so he can fit down the Chimney. Maybe one day we will see him on the Biggest Loser and not have to worry that it will be our Chimney he gets caught in – lol.

Now I created these Santa Cupcakes using Roundabouts Santa “Oops” Chimney Cupcake Sleeves. If you are not familiar with Roundabouts Cupcake Sleeves I will tell you a little about them. They are Self Adhesive Cupcake Wraps that wrap around your Cupcake. They are so simple to use and bring that something extra special to your Cupcake. There are tons of designs available to choose from. Just Wrap It, Top It and Go….

So now I am going to walk you through Step By Step how I put it all together so you can do it too !!!

Here is what I used to create my Santa Cupcakes:

So here are all my supplies – Can you believe there is hardly any needed to create these Adorable Santa Cupcakes?

First you need to color your Vanilla Frosting Red using Wilton’s Red Icing Coloring Gel (set a small amount aside not colored for Santa’s Boots). Now I had to add a bunch to get a nice Red color or Santa would have been Pink. So don’t be alarmed if you have to add a nice amount. Next take your Roundabout Santa “Oops” Chimney Cupcake Sleeve and wrap it around your cupcake. Then Frost the Cupcake.  Use a good amount on each Cupcake to build him up a bit higher and Fatter. Then Stick them in the Fridge to Harden up a bit before going to the next step, it makes it easier.

Next step is adding on Santa’s Belt. Take your Black Licorice Ribbon Candy and cut it into 3 Belts. Then simply place it onto your cupcake wrapping it around. Now you have the option of adding a Belt Buckle using the Yellow Decorating Icing. If you like you can skip the Buckle and it will look like Santa fell down and his Butt is sticking out. Either way is funny. See the photo below showing you how it looks both ways. I liked it with the Buckle. If you cannot decide then just make some of each.

Now take the Black Licorice Pipe Gummy Candy and cut them like I have in the Photo. Take your Vanilla Frosting you set aside and frost some on the Pipe to look like Fur on the top of Santa’s Boots. Then just stick them into the Cupcake and that is it!!! How cute is that? And so Easy right?

So bring some laughs to your Holiday Party and create some of these Santa “Oops” Cupcakes for your Party Guests. I just showed you how EASY they are to make !!



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4 Responses to “How to Make Santa “Oops” Cupcakes using Roundabouts Cupcake Sleeves”
  1. Karen says:

    This is so cute and just in time for the holidays!!

  2. AM says:

    NICE BOOTS!!!

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