the crocheted cupcake

The 2Ps and art
  • 2P!America: specializes in spray paint and graffiti-type of art, murals, sidewalk chalk landscapes, and charcoal drawings; especially in urban areas
  • 2P!China: can't art for shit but wishes he could draw anime/ manga style
  • 2P!England: loves watercolors, knitting/ crocheting, cupcake decorating, drawing cartoonish cute things like bunnies, and making crafts with lots of pastel colors, ribbons and bows
  • 2P!France: the most artsy he gets is drawing stick figures
  • 2P!Russia: likes to sketch machinery, cars, steel buildings, aircrafts, steampunk, robots and sometimes Transformers
  • 2P!Italy: he's decent at doodling but dislikes traditional art; he tries to get modern with digital tablet-drawing and absolutely sucks at both line-art and coloring, usually rage quits
  • 2P!Germany: three words. AMAZING. TATTOO. ARTIST.
  • 2P!Japan: as expected, he's a great manga artist. however, he has very eccentric interests, such as anime-style body horror, guro, and hentai
  • 2P!Canada: likes doodling animals and nature landscapes when he's bored, usually when he's out camping and has a sketchbook
  • 2P!Romano: has a portfolio full of clothing designs, haircut ideas, and "draw me like one of your French girls" model poses
  • 2P!Austria: he always uses black ink for drawing and he's into dark themes/ fantasy. Some of his favorite things to draw are spiders, werewolves, faeries, demons, possessed/ worn dolls, grim reapers and ravens
  • 2P!Prussia: SUPER. TALENTED. AT. CALLIGRAPHY. also, he likes to draw video game/ movie fanart, such as Prometheans and Predators

When I first talked about making these cookies, everyone looked at me and said, “What you can’t put that many things in a cookie. It’s too much!” But guess what. You can. And guess what. They’re delicious. They’re a spin off of these cookies.

Spice cookies with apples and walnuts


  • 1 box Spice Cake cake mix
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
  • ½ cup cinnamon chips
  • 1/3 cup finely chopped apples
  • 1/3 cup chopped walnuts


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease baking sheets
  2. Combine cake mix, oil, and eggs in a large bowl. Stir until blended. Add in your extras: chips, nuts, etc. (Like the original recipe says, the mixture is stiff! And it’s a little bit greasy. But that’s okay, I promise.) Shape the dough into 1 1/4 size balls (or use an ice cream/cookie scooper*) and place 2in. apart on greased cookie sheet. They expand a little, but not an extraordinary amount.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or so (mine were done at 8 mins). Duncan Hines cautions us to not overbake. Cool on baking sheets for a few minutes and then move to wire racks to finish cooling. Store in an airtight container if you have any left after baking! (They’re yummy and even better when they’re warm.)