Cupcake Apocalypse Collaboration
The Cupcake Apocalypse has arrived!
Check out this horror themed collaboration created by Joyce Marcellus of Toxic Sweets Shop and Kassy Jiminez of Cakes & Crafts by Kass. Each participant was required to use a giant cupcake in their design which was inspired by either a horror film or tv show. In addition to photos of their projects, each participant has created a video tutorial!
Adriana Vela of Adriana’s Pastries
Theme: Evil Dead (2013) This giant cupcake was designed by Adriana to portray the scene from Evil Dead (2013) when the character she cuts off her hands with an electric knife. Below you will find Adriana’s video tutorial.
Dani McClain of Cake’s by Dani
Theme: An American Werewolf In London This giant cupcake was designed to portray the scene from An American Werewolf in London when the two Americans come across a pub and are warned to “Beware the moon”. Dani created the werewolf, the moon over London, the pub hand bill (or sign) and the silver bullets that kill the werewolf in the end. Below is Dani’s video tutorial that will show you how to create werewolf teeth with fondant.
Jalena Simpson of More Cake? Yes Ma’am
Theme: The Mummy & The Mummy Returns This giant cupcake was inspired by both The Mummy & The Mummy Returns. The majority of the sculpting was done with modeling chocolate. Below is Jalena’s video tutorial that will show you have to create the mummy’s tongue and teeth using fondant.
Joyce Marcellus of Toxic Sweets Shop
Theme: The Leprechaun The Leprechaun is always creeping looking for his gold. Joyce created the Leprachaun hat is made from Fantasia Fondant and the face is made from modeling chocolate. Below is a video tutorial by Joyce showing how to create dirt for your cake board.
Latoya Thomas of BlueSodaCake Bakery
Theme: Z Nation Cupcake turned Z (Zombie), was a former National Guard Member in Warrens Platoon. The Zombie coming out of the ground’s name is Timmy and he was bitten by Murphy but most of his body still turned Z except for his still has most of his mind. The plants were infected with Z blood and started to turn Zombie too. Below is a tutorial by Latoya showing how she made these creepy treats.
Laurie Collins of Whisk Confections
Theme: Creature from the Black Lagoon This piece is a throw-back to old scary movies. Creature from the Black Lagoon was originally released February 12, and is considered one of the top 100 horror classics. The stump and head of the piece are cake, and the arms are rice krispy treats. We used Caljava Fondx mixed with CMC to cover the piece and painted it with Rainbow Dust Gel Colors mixed with EverClear. The lagoon pool is created out of Simi Isomalt that was colored with Rainbow Dust Gel Colors. Below is a video tutorial by Laurie showing how to create a chocolate cupcake shell.
Sarah Green of Sinfully Sweet Cakes & Treats
Theme: House of 1000 Corpses This giant cupcake is Sarah’s very first bust cake and cake collaboration. It is her version of Captain Spaulding from the movie House of 1000 Corpses. Captain Spaulding’s face and clothing was created using Wilton fondant and chocolate. Below is a video tutorial from Sarah showing how she created Captain Spaulding.
Raisa Escobar of RiceCake’s Bakery
Theme: Killer Klowns From Outerspace This giant cupcake is a brief glimpse into what brings Shorty the Klown much joy. Whipped cream pies made from acid that dissolve anything it is thrown at. Cotton Candy Cocoons that melt humans into a nice drinkable liquid. And one of his favorite pals, a hand shadow puppet T-Rex that chows down on any living being. Below is a video tutorial in which Raisa shows how she created the Circus tent.
That’s it for this year’s Cupcake Apocalypse! Be sure to check their Facebook page for news on next year’s collaboration here: https://www.facebook.com/CupcakeApocalypse/