I often get these crazy ideas of things I’d like to make using marshmallows. Well, a few days ago I got the itch to make edible necklaces.
All thought they all look different, I used the same materials and technique to make each one of them.
Scroll down to see DIY instructions…
This Mother’s Day, surprise mom with more than the typical fresh flower bouquet… treat her with an her an ediblemarshmallow flower pops bouquet she’ll absolutely love! The only thing sweeter than marshmallows are handmade gifts from the heart, and this adorable bouquet ranks at the top of that list. Better yet, they’re easy to create, making this a fun project for all ages.
See full tutorial on HWTM.com
It’s here guys…. Our 1st post for HWTM.com
I’m thrilled to share with you another fun tutorial I did for MyCandyCrafts.com.
Not only were these fun to make but super easy. You gotta give them a try. A few of our readers and followers already have!!
(3/20/15 UPDATE: Sadly, MyCandyCrafts is no longer in business; therefore, the original tutorial post has been edited to show the full tutorial right on here. Enjoy!)
Nature-Inspired Organic Monkey 1st Birthday Party
Date: Saturday, February 25, 2012
From the moment my son Keiran first looked at me with his big brown eyes we’ve called him our little monkey. When it was time to decide the theme for his 1st birthday party, it was an obvious choice. Although I wanted a sweet monkey party, I didn’t want it to be fantasy jungle or cartoonish monkey. I opted for very nature-inspired elements, with lots of browns and greens, bananas, and rustic decorations which were captured beautifully by the lense of Iliana from Iliana Morton Photography.
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