New England Patriots Super Bowl Treats
Once all my pops were dipped, I began to cut out numbers. I started with a printed template. Then used the paper numbers as my guide while I cut the numbers for the pops out of a white sugar sheet.
After the numbers were done, I thought I’d try to cut out the little logo for each sleeve. I was surprised at how easy it was, and before I knew it, I had more than enough for all my pops! I “glued” my numbers and logos to the shirts with little dabs of frosting.
I then used food coloring pens to color the top part of the logo and the outlines for the numbers.
All that was left was to pipe the finishing details. This was the scariest part for me because I’m not very good at piping, and I was going to have to use the smallest tip I’ve ever held to fit all the letters on those tiny jerseys. Honestly, I was pretty sure this would be the point where I’d wreck them and I was dreading it because they were almost done. After the names were finished I decided to add the number onto the top of each sleeve just like on a real jersey.
Then I added a gray line to each sleeve. Piping the gray was super easy after all those tiny nerve wracking details of numbers and names!
Finally —because I was totally captivated by the tiny sugar decorating minutia of it all — I used a toothpick to add gray into the face of the logo on each sleeve.
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