Part of Cub Scot lore is that of mom’s creating Scary Cakes for the aptly named Scary Cake contest every October. I took some pictures of my masterpiece Cub Scouts Archery Cake (I won! But there were bribes…) as well as many of the other cakes in the competition.
I got the cub scout colored candies at Jo Anne Fabrics.
The cut scout belt used on this cake was NEVER BEFORE USED… So, a perfect prop!
The arrow was made from a xylophone club and colorful, decorative duct tape.
Grave Yards are popular for scary cakes.
A skull Cake mold used to make a scary cake face- and a little powdered sugar goes a long way!
Witch Finger Props from the Costume shop go a long way to transform this ‘disaster cake’.
Oozy Brains- I think this looks awesome- and the baker found the perfect consistency for her brain lobe frosting!
Grave Yards Grave Yards!
DoughBalls? Cake Pops? Candy? We’ll never know … will we….
Witch Finger Cookies matched with a jello mold- I’ve seen stranger!
Easy Minions for a scary cake bake contest- Go Twinkies! Glad they’re back in the stores.
Sit back, lay down, relax…