So here I am...making a hole in a candy melt with my skewer. :)
Now, let the chocolate on the cake pop completely dry. While its drying you can make your strawberry topper.
Start off with a little ball of red fondant and some little "ropes" of green fondant. Shape the red so that the top is thicker than the bottom (like a strawberry). :)
Stack the green fondant ropes on top of each other in a criss cross pattern.
Add the stem to the red and use a black edible marker to add seeds. (seeds not shown in pic) And this is the point in my little tutorial where things got tricky. My kids needed me so I put the camera and sweet stuff down to play. Sooooo, I neglected my tutorial and didn't take any further pics. :( BAD BLOGGER! (I can see you all pointing and waving your fingers at me) ;)
Stay with me. though..I'll try to explain the last couple of steps which are pretty easy...
Make sure the chocolate on the pop has dried completely. Then put some melted chocolate in a plastic baggie, cut a hole in one of the corners. You will use this baggie to create a "rim" around the top of the margarita glass. Once you've got the rim on the top of the glass sprinkle some pink sugar. The sugar will only stick to the melted chocolate creating a rim for the margarita glass.
At this point add your strawberry and you've got one sweet little toddy.
(to make the lime I cut a candy melt in half and added white frosting for the embellishments)