UPDATE: Congratulations to our winners!! Julia, Ruth, Maureen, Regina and Cathryn!!! Your prizes are on their way. And thank you to all for participating! There will be pleeeeenty of chances to win more great prizes, I promise.
I’m back with another giveaway to celebrate the almost-release of Sugarlicious! which will be available next month. To learn more about the book CLICK HERE. I know, I know I teased you with the actual book. Forgive me!! I can’t give the actual book away quite yet. Soon, though, promise!
This week is all about…. marshmallows!! Marshmallows are so quick and easy to decorate. Of course, there are plenty o’ marshmallow decorating ideas in Sugarlicious. By the way, have you pre-ordered yet? This week I’m giving 5 (FIVE!) of you:
To learn more about the different brands of edible writers and how to use them, CLICK HERE to see my prior post. For fine-line decorating, I prefer the FooDoodler 10-pack Fine Line food coloring markers. Did I mention I’m giving FIVE of you a pack? I give and give for the sake of food art.
Some tips on making subway art marshmallows:
- Gather your words. I did some that are Sugarlicious-related, but I also considered Valentine’s Day words, like “love,” “you,” “me,” “heart,” “sweetie,” “whips” (hey, I don’t know what you are all into…)
- Open a document with a word program and type your words in a bunch of different fonts. Then use the markers to copy the words and fonts, making some words large, some small, some vertical, some horizontal.
- If it helps, cut out a slip of paper 1-inch by 4-inches. This is about the size of a marshmallow if you were to wrap the paper around the side of the marshmallow. Then, plan out your subway art first. I wasn’t so precise and just eyeballed it.
- Add a lollipop stick if you like.
the sneak-peek thingamajig AND
a bag of marshmallows AND
the FooDoodler 10-pack of fine line edible writers
this is a booklet sneak peek that my awesome publisher made)