Bake the cake as directed on the package and cool completely.
Crumble cooled cake into fine crumbs.
Mix ¼ of the can of frosting into the crumbs to start.
Add more frosting a teaspoon at a time until all dry crumbs are moistened and a teaspoon of the dough holds together when rolled into a ball.
Using a small dough scoop form 36-48 cake balls.
Place the cake balls on a cookie sheet in a single layer as you form them.
Chill in the refrigerator until firm (about 15 minutes) or until you are ready to dip them.
When ready to dip the cake pops remove half the cake balls from the refrigerator. If the cake balls have been frozen remove them from the freezer at least 30 minutes before you plan to dip them. Allow to thaw on the counter.
Melt half a bag of Wilton Bright White candy melts at 10-20-second intervals in a narrow and deep container adding 1 tablespoon of a solid shortening to the container to help thin the candy coating for 20 seconds.
After 20-seconds stir and return to the microwave for 10 seconds and stir again. Repeat until the candy coating is thin enough to slowly run off a spoon.
Add more shortening in small amounts as needed.
Dip a cake pop down into the melted candy melts to the stick allowing excess to drip back into the container.
Place cake pop down on a cookie sheet covered with parchment paper centering it and standing it straight up.
Repeat with remaining cake pops, melting more candy melts as needed.
Allow candy coating to harden completely 30-60 minutes.
Decorate the cake pops with a drizzle of different colors of melted candy melts. I used neon green, yellow, neon orange, pink, baby blue and purple Wilton Candy Melts.