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how to make marshmallow snowmen place holders

Place holder, decoration, however you use them… aren’t these plastic spoon snowmen-in-a-pot from Crafts by Amanda the cutest thing in the universe? Cuter than puppies, baby pandas and even this. So I took the snowman challenge and make my own cute snowmen-in-a-pot, marshmallow style. Attach a name and you have a place holder for your […]



chocolate and candy turkey pops for Thanksgiving

I hope you can tell these are supposed to be turkeys. I omitted some of the finer details that compose the bird for the sake of easy decorating. I quizzed my 7 year old, and she figured it out. Plus, if you serve these at or around Thanksgiving, I’m pretty sure folks will get it. […]



Easy Turkey Chocolate Cake for Thanksgiving (at Tablespoon)

For how-tos to make an easy Turkey Chocolate Cake, CLICK HERE.   So guess what? Because I don’t have nearly enough to do, I’m now creating food awesomeness (that sounds not humble, but it’s true, it’s food awesomeness, so I’m owning that) for Tablespoon! And given I’ve been a Tablespoon fan for ages, and their […]



how to draw HALLOWEEN week: spider marshmallows

And so today we wrap up the how to draw a different Halloween marshmallow every day. With spiders. Drawing on marshmallows is the quickest, easiest, most interesting treat you can make for a party. For tips on edible markers, where to buy them and how to use them, CLICK HERE. You’ll also find links below […]



how to draw HALLOWEEN week: monster marshmallows

  In a break from my usual schedule, this week I’m going to show you how to draw a different Halloween marshmallow every day. Monday was Jack O’ Lanterns. Tuesday was zombie hands. Wednesday was blood. Today is monsters. Drawing on marshmallows is the quickest, easiest, most interesting treat you can make for a party. […]