more marshmallow art

My marshmallow art was such a hit (thank you all for your lovely comments!) that I thought I’d add a few more.

Picasso, le reve

Mondrian, composition with yellow, blue and red

Dali, the persistence of memory

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  1. Kat says

    They look awesome! Are they the same pens you would use to write on icing on cupcakes? Where do you get them from?

  2. Chic Cookies says

    Thank you!

    Kat–I used Americolor brand gourmet writers, found on (though I ordered wholesale direct from americolor, because of my biz.) They look like magic markers, but the ink is edible. To write on icing, I actually pipe with a "2" tip, because I think it looks cleaner, but for fun projects like this, the pens can't be beat. Most craft stores will have something comparable, but I can't say enough great things about the Americolor brand of everything.

  3. Amanda says

    KNow whats funny?? I was scrolling through your blog thinking… wow! She is really an artist!! Then I can upon this post! Ha. You aer very talented my dear… you recreated museum quality work on a marshmallow!!! wow!!

    Love your blog and am loving all your amaing work.

    Many blessings to you!

  4. says

    My older brother works as a docent at an art museum in San Antonio. I love the idea of using your art marshmallows as a party theme. Guess what he’s getting at his next birthday party?! Woohoooo!

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