Paper crafts: make a Panda Gift Candy Box tutorial In the summer times, let your kids make a special candy box, this crafts only needs paper
Christmas craft ideas: paper snowflake flower tutorial Snowflake flower tutorial This snowflake is easy to do with the children. Will need: Paper, A4 or A5, scissors, glue and
Paper craft: mother's day card and canvas Whoa. Mother's Day is definitely creeping up on us. Here are a few ideas. It's next Sunday people!!! Last year,
Butttons art: 10 unusual ideas of buttons in interior decoration Herringbone from pearlies The real decoration of your home can be this Christmas Tree, which is made
Christmas ornament: Paper Snowflake Tutorial Here is a tutorial for a stunning paper snowflake that is approx. 20 inches in diameter. It's a real show stopper!
Paper crafts: mini grad cards It's that time of year again - graduation season. I don't know about you, but every year we know of quite
Here is a great little “what the heck am I going to make for my daughters class party tomorrow?” treat .Yes, this is what I threw
Step 1: Choose a variety of coordinating decorative papers and cut them into 8cm x 4cm strips (you will need six pieces for each decoration) Step
Mini Book Photo Tutorial My advanced bookbinding class last spring took on the big project of coptic stitch books and so to reward them for all
Art, Recycling ideas: Orange "roses" Orange "roses" you can decorate a fragrant mixture of dried flower petals Starting from the top of the fruit, spiral cut away
Crafts for kids: Christmas House, recycling ideas On the eve of New Year and Christmas gift preparations, you want to share unscheduled master class, which is
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Sweet gift boxes for holiday with printable patterns More patterns for making gift boxes Beautiful gift boxes for holiday We continue gift boxes with templates for processing gift
Beautiful gift boxes for holiday Soon new year and a lot of holidays for which we give gifts. And that means we will need to have
New Year approaching, and with him his pleasant chores. So many questions, ranging from "What to give?" and ending with "What is to decorate a Christmas tree?". Today
During our holidays last week, I was able to visit one of my favourite little shops. It's a quaint little place that offers all sorts
Eye See U! Jellied Eyeballs gaze out of their little cupcake wrappers . . . . This picture cracks me up. I love the glistening little eyeballs in the cupcake wrappers - its a juxtaposition of so warped and so sweet . . . Food gifts for Halloween: Jellied Eyeballs (non-alcoholic) Those who have been following the blog for a while will recall that this is our second Halloween pass at the eyeball theme - last year we featured an adult, full blown alcoholic Kamikaze jelly shot recipe.
These adorable cupcakes are great for any monkey themed birthday party. This is my second time to make them. When the twins turned one, we had a monkey party. Then this year when Matthew turned two, we had a monkey party. You can make them too and they are certainly a crowd pleaser for kids and adults. Here is what you will need: 24 baked cupcakes (make our favorite cupcake recipe) 1 batch of chocolate buttercream icing (you could certainly use a store bought icing, but here is our favorite
Mandarin Cosmo Jelly Shot (front, pictured with Mango Cosmo Jelly Shot), garnished with a small wedge of mandarin orange Mango Cosmo Jelly Shot, garnished with a small wedge of fresh mango A reader inquired if Jelly Shot Test Kitchen had any recipes featuring mandarin vodka, his wife's favorite liquor. (Isn't that the cutest thing? We think its 100% adorable when guys are sweet on their wives . . . ) Apart from the traditional Cosmopolitan Cocktail, we really didn't have anything with
Cupcake kabobs anyone?!?! It seems like kids will eat anything on a stick, so why not mix-up two favorites to make cupcake kabobs? These yummy sweets were a big hit at the pool party! Food gifts: Cupcake Kabobs! I found lots of inspiration from blogger buddies like these..... (Photo courtesy of Wedding By Color) (Photo courtesy of Cupcakes Take the Cake) I had an ideal image in my head and these precious cupcake kabobs from Z as in Zebra were exactly what I was dreaming up!
Food gifts, DIY Project: How to Make Homemade Candy Buttons Remember these? Oh, how I loved these as a kid. Sure, I probably ate as much paper as candy, but I adored the things. As I was brainstorming ideas for the butterfly party, I remembered these favorite childhood treats, and thought of the idea of making my own in my party colors. To make this project, you will need: One batch royal icing food coloring icing bags (I prefer the disposable KopyKake brand) and round tips
Looks sure can be deceiving -- just ask a certain monarch who hails from the land of Maldonia. Like Naveen, this little frog may not be suited in shining armor. Still, perched atop a cupcake throne and sporting a candy crown, he truly is a sweet prince. You'll need: Batch of baked cupcakes Wooden spoon Green food coloring Buttercream frosting Butter knife Green jelly fruit slices Large green gumdrops Kitchen scissors Mini marshmallows Chocolate chips Small kitchen knife Yellow Starburst candies Toothpicks Instructions: 1. Stir drops of food coloring into the frosting until you have the
Food gifts: Halloween Jack-O’-Lantern Sugar Cookies Sugar cookies – they are so lovely. Very yummy indeed. I love how perfectly sweet and tender they are. And they are great for decorating! This time I grabbed my pumpkin cutter and made a whole army of these cute little faces. ~~~ For the cookies you need: 3 1/2 cups (460 grams) all purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup (227 grams) unsalted butter, room temperature 1 1/2 cups (300 grams) granulated white sugar 2 larger eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract For the royal icing you need: 2
Food gifts for kids: Edible Insects Labels: bugs, preschool age, recipe We're experiencing a freak warm front this week, which has caused every type of insect and arachnid to burst forth from the ground, sky, and water. To "celebrate" the multitude of bugs, I bought some potent bug spray, picked up a bunch of bug-themed books from the library, and made this special lunch for the girls. E's plate contained a PB & honey spider sandwich, a banana caterpillar, and ablackberry beetle pot of dirt. E was excited
Ok.....I love hedgehogs! There, I said it. Aren't they the cutest?! I got inspired by some cinnamon donut holes and thought, "wouldn't these make the most adorable hedgehogs?" I know....I'm slightly obsessed :) Now time to add the face...tip: use a toothpick to make "pilot holes" then push sprinkles in. Seriously....the cutest!
Food gifts for graduation: graduation caps from marshmallows You will need the following items: Marshmallows Fudge-covered graham crackers or cookie squares AirHeads Xtremes (Rainbow Berry) Plain M&M’s Dark chocolate candy melts Lollipop sticks Styrofoam rectangle To create tassels, carefully separate AirHead stripes with a clean pair of kitchen shears. Wrap flexible candy strips in matching colors around buttons and drape over the edge. Snip ends to desired length.
Food gifts: DIY Monkey Cake Balls Yes, it's Ash's daughter's birthday, and as promised, we're monkeying around to celebrate. (Above you can peep the other color version of the monkey hats Ash has created for the party favors). To kick off the celebrations, Ash and James spent yesterday evening constructing Monkey Cake Balls. Ash had never heard of a cake ball until a friend turned her on to the magic. What a brilliant idea. Cake, in a ball, on a stick. Perfection! Cake
Funny food gifts: FrankenS'mores Pops! tutorial We have so much fun making things out of s'mores and thought it would be cool to make a s'mores Frankenstein pop. The best part about these is how quick and easy they are when using the mist color! We made these using 1 large graham cracker broken in half, 1 1/2 sqaure marshmallows (the s'mores marshmallows), 4 mini marshmallows, 2 mini chocolate chips, green food color mist, lollipop sticks, chocolate cookie frosting, and black cookie