Marshmallow art is a super easy fun project for kids or grown-ups who love to draw. Personalize your marshmallows to match a party theme and serve or have marshmallow art as a party activity.
to make marshmallow art you will need:*
- gourmet writers
- skewers and/or lollipop sticks
*If you can’t find Americolor gourmet writers, as shown, most craft stores carry subsitutes (but I just adore Americolor products). I found a pack of 100 bamboo skewers for about 2 bucks at the drug store. Lollipop sticks are available at the craft store.
Step 1. Skewer 1, 2, or 3 marshmallows.
Step 2. Open package of gourmet writers.
Step 3. Draw.
The stiffer the outside of your marshmallows, the easier to draw on them. If your marshmallows are very soft, you might want to let them sit at room temperature for several hours (or even overnight).
Below is my attempt to recreate Monet’s Water Lilies Painting 1:
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