Here are some drip cake posts that can help give you some inspiration to make one of your own.
This Chocolate and Peanut Butter drip cake...I went into a sugar coma just looking at it. But it would be the hit of any party, I guarantee.
Here's a gallery of drip cakes to inspire your design.
This video shows how I do the drip effect. I don't use a bag, I go old-school with a spatula. Because any time I can avoid using a piping bag,that's good. And it's how we've done them for years anyway...
This colorful drip cake also uses candy melt shards for a topper and candy for the border.
This recipe for chocolate cake with Earl Grey buttercream and a salted caramel drip would be a delicious holiday dessert cake.
This photo shoot featured a really interesting treatment for a drip cake. Kind of a semi-naked, drippy, berry cake. A nice change from the average candy drip.
You don't have to use edibles or candy on a drip cake, either. Cut your calorie content by decorating with toys for a birthday cake, or ornaments for a holiday cake.
So go make a drip cake for your holiday party, Paint it gold or silver and embellish with candy or some ornaments. Have fun with it, these cakes aren't supposed to be stuffy!