Ever wondered how to make a cupcake bouquet? Wonder no more! Go check out HerMagazine for complete details on how to! It’s actually much easier than you think. It’s the perfect centerpiece at your next brunch, not only is it beautiful but it’s also delicious!
We have been so busy running camps for the past month that I haven’t had a moment to blog. I’ve been saving up so many photos though, so this post will promise to entertain and give you plenty of crafting/baking ideas to do with your little ones. We have done a variety of themes over the past couple weeks and these are just some highlights. If you would like instructions/recipes for any of the ideas please feel to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Candy Land We played a life size version of Candy Land and then the kids got to make their own board games. For the baking activity we made graham cracker houses. Wizards The children made wizard hats out of rice krispie treats and then we made little wizards out of a paper cup and a styrofoam ball. We used non-toxic paints, googly eyes, sparkly stars and cotton balls to add the details for our cute wizards! Outer Space The kids made aliens out of a hard boiled egg and a toilet paper roll. We …
A very special little boy we know turned 1 recently and we decided to make these cute little cupcakes for him. There were so many Sesame street characters to choose from but personally I really like these three in particular. In order to make these delicious cupcakes, first pick a recipe and make 12 cupcakes, I used chocolate as you can never go wrong with chocolate cupcakes, simple yet yummy! Here’s a list of the other supplies you’ll need: Wilton Tips: #3 (for black icing) #17 (for yellow icing) #233 (for blue and green icing) Icing Gels: Golden Yellow, Sky Blue, Moss Green and Black Food Paintbrush Water Marshmallows (8 mini ones or 4 regular size ones) 1 batch of Royal Icing (divided into 3 bowls plus some extra leftover) Fondant: red, brown and pink (about the size of a golf ball of each) To make the right colours I used Wilton Icing Gels. I used Moss Green, Sky Blue and Golden Yellow. For Cookie Monster and Oscar I used the Wilton Icing Tip #233 …
We hosted a fabulous birthday party on Sunday! The birthday girl had picked “night time” as her theme. We made beautiful “night time” boxes with lots of scary critters and glow in the dark stars! Then we made cupcakes with blue royal icing and yellow fondant stars on. It was lots of fun and a great, new theme for us!
This past Sunday we hosted a Lego Party! It was so much fun, the kids made great little Lego scenes and then made cupcakes and decorated them with Fondant Lego Men and Candy Lego Blocks! They got to take home Lego Cookie Loot Bags.
Today at March Break Camp we made cupcakes, or did we make hamburgers? What a fun and great activity to do with your kids! Vanilla and chocolate cupcakes with fondant and icing in-between, not only are they cute but they’re delicious too!
Holiday Camp is off to a great start! We are almost at capacity and the children seem to be having a fabulous time! Today we made cupcakes, decorated t-shirts and spent time doing drama.