Tuesday, January 13, 2009

A Sweet Treat for Two

When I saw these sundaes in a Wilton book, I flipped out and knew that with the new Love Songs set from Papertrey Ink, something like this would be fun!
I designed the box to hold two sundaes. I cut a circle with my Nestabilities in the top. To make the scallops, I layered the circle and the next largest scallop and ran them through together.
I also love the background. Wanting to stick with the whole ice-cream look, I turned the Guide Lines grid on its side and stamped it in Spring Rain ink.

The base of the sundaes are made from a Brownie Pop Mold. I took a basic brownie mix and baked it in the silcone pan. They took 27 minutes to bake. The bottom is chocolate that was molded into a candy melting plate. To adhere the base and the brownie together, I piped a bit of melted chocolate to hold them together. It only took a few seconds to become stable and then I refridgerated them for a while. The top is frosting and sprinkles were added. Fun, bite-sized treats!
hope you like this idea! it really was easy to do!! thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:
All Papertrey Ink
Cardstock-Stamper's Select White, Spring Rain
Stamps-Guide Lines, Love Songs
Ribbon-Pure Poppy Swiss Dot
Ink-Palette (L'Amour, Spring Rain, Dark Chocolate)
Gem-Hero Arts

34 comments:

Tracey said...

This is absolutely fantastic Kim!! What a brilliant idea and those sundaes look scrumptious!!

DeeDee said...

OMG!!! Your talents are endless!!! I love this...such a cute idea and very original!!! HUGS!!!

Norine said...

Kim this is so nice and very creative
love the box and now I'm hungry LOL
Hugs
Norine

Jeanne said...

Oh my goodness! How yummy looking are these! What a fantastic presentation. I saw the display at Joann's of all the brownie goodness and have been debating purchasing them. I think you have pushed me over the edge with this project. Fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

(I'm fairly new to reading your blog, but I love all that you share...thanks!)

Sheene said...

it looks soooo yummy! im heading out now to get ingredients! :)

LeAnne said...

Oh my gosh, these are adorable! What creativity!
LeAnne

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

I am salivating! These are the most delicious looking treats...I gain weight just coming to your blog! Fabulous project!

Rox-Ann said...

OMG these are so delicious looking you rock girl!!!

Niki Estes said...

Oh my goodness, Kim, these are adorable! I love thos cupcakes and the stamped holder!

Gina F. said...

Love it!!

Tara said...

Those are so adorable and look absolutely scrumptious!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Oh my gosh, how stinkin' cute!!

lakind said...

What a cute idea! Love it! TFS!

Michelle (Lady2cu) said...

Too stinkin' cute!

Marcee said...

I would like to apply for the job of taste tester. Would be willing to travel and gain weight if neccessary;)

Charlene Austin said...

Holy Crap that is fantastic. Send me one. I'll taste it and let you know how good it is. Haha.

Julie Masse said...

Oh my!!!! Think they would mail well?? Just wonderful Kim!!! I'd love to try that .. don't have the supplies and the children would hvae them gone before they were made - lol!! Fantastic project! :)

Jennifer Holmes said...

This is absolutely brilliant, Kim! The whole presentation is terrific and the sundae brownies look yummy!

jules p said...

These looks sooooo good. Were they hard to get out of the mold?
Just curious!

Beth M said...

Oh my goodness! With the cold weather we're having, ice cream doesn't sound all that good but sundae brownies . . . YUM!

Love the box with the little cone and heart - very cute!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

I had no idea you were such an amazing treat baker! Such great ideas you have. . .this is ADORABLE!

ChristineCreations said...

Oh my goodness, you bake too! So creative!

Debbie Olson said...

Oh, my WORD, Kim! This is perfection--sheer perfection!

Babies- Beth said...

Oh my glory they are so cute!!

mE said...

These are absolutely FABULOUS! (Stop licking the screen...) LOL! I love the little holder, too! Fabulous job :) Thank you for sharing with us.

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

Oh my these are so cute Kim! I absolutely LoVe them and they look delicious:)!!!

Terri said...

Those are really cute. Nice job on the packaging you came up with to hold them too. I have also been meaning to tell you I thought that was a cool idea for making the butterflies on the other cupcakes you made too.

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh my goodness!!! This is amazing!!!!!! WOW!!!!!

TG said...

Wow, this is absolutely stunning, yum, yum! T x

crejakaarten said...

Great work, looks really lovely, wich couple in love wouldn't like that?? Jacqueline

Nikki said...

Kim, this is so pretty! And I love the sundae shaped cupcakes!

Kim said...

Love this......what a great idea!

Charlene Austin said...

OMG! I just saw that you won the PTI GSS for this entry. Congratulations!!! It really is awesome! You're the bestest!! So did it taste good too?????

Anonymous said...

Do You have a template for the box or directions? It is so cute and looks sooo good!
Please send the directions if you have them for the box to dajante@yahoo.com.

Thanks