Today, I was looking for an easy, cute, edible Valentine idea and decided to make another candy dish. Intrigued? Read on.
Valentine Chocolate sugar cookies…who knew? There’s just something about a chocolate sugar cookie. Chocolate is the perfect flavor for Valentine’s Day and these adorable little heart cookies will make your valentine so happy. Let me tell you they are delicious, in this display you can even eat the dish, lol, keep reading to find out how I made it…
I know what you are thinking, it’s Valentine’s Day and already she is posting about Saint Patrick’s Day. Well that’s the way it is in the blogging and retail world, you have to think ahead to stay ahead.
Ha ha ha ha, I certainly am not ahead of the game as I’ve seen lots of St. Patty’s Day posts out there already and all over Pinterest. I don’t normally decorate or craft for this occasion but this year I decided to change things up.
I’ve chosen 10 of the best Saint Patrick’s Day crafts I could find (that is my opinion) and now I just have to decide which one I will make – good thing is I have a month to decide.
First up is this Fabric Lucky Clover Specimen Art by Flamingo Toes
I really like the look of this and although it is made with fabric, I think you could make a similar version from scrapbooking papers.
2. St. Patrick’s Clover Treats – Here is an easy treat for a St. Patty’s Day gift for your kid’s classroom, neighbors, or coworker – check out the link, comes with full tutorial.
3. Pot of Gold – ok, I adore this one and it does appear super easy to make, not too many supplies needed. Here’s what you need…mini terracotta pot, black acrylic paint, a sponge brush, mod podge, gold glitter, shamrock sticker or vinyl cut out and rolo candies. Get full tutorial by clicking the link above.
4. If you can crochet this next one from Sarahndipities is for you – just plain adorable is all I can say.
5. Shamrock Bouquet – show some love to St. Patty’s Day by making this simple easy shamrock bouquet. This craft is from dollar store crafts – it’s inexpensive, easy and looks terrific in a mason jar.
Here is a cute and delicious idea for Christmas. These can be made and given as gifts or hung on the Christmas tree. I plan on storing some in an airtight container until Christmas Day and then my family and friends can pick an ornament from my tree that is edible and delicious.
For these pretzel wreaths you will need 9 small pretzels for each wreath, melted chocolate chips to adhere the pieces together and candy of your choice for decorating. I used M&Ms and colored sugar.
Lay your pretzels out on parchment or wax paper (to catch the extra chocolate and sugar, this could get messy) to the size you want, like I said I used 9 pretzels in total per wreath, 5 on the bottom and four on the top. I dipped each of the bottom pretzels in the melted chocolate and placed on the parchment paper in the shape of a wreath. Then I dipped the 4 remaining pretzels and placed them so they would overlap the bottom layer. While the chocolate was still wet I added my candy and colored sugar. Continue reading Day 11 – Edible DIY Pretzel Wreaths
Father’s Day is just around the corner! I’ve rounded up 7 awesome gift ideas the Dads in your life will love. Everything from hand-made “tool” themed cards to a delicious no bake dessert. Read on to see all the ideas for this 2016 Father’s Day…
DIY Tools Fathers Day Card Idea
If your dad is a tool guy this card is for him, a cool tool themed card. Simply sketch and cut cute tools out of newspaper or colorful card paper. To make the base of the card you can simply take an 8.5 x 11 inch piece of card stock and fold it in half.
Kids will really enjoy being involved in making these awesome key chains with great messages and its something that Dads will actually use!
You will need to gather a few supplies:
1) Alphabet beads (can be found at Walmart)
2) Split Rings found at the craft store
3) Leather Jewelry String, or plastic works too just as long as the bead holes will thread onto them.
4) Decorative beads (hearts, colors, etc.) are optional.
Full instructions for this project can be found at hellobee