Gingerbread row houses are so simple, making them terrific for little hands and family group projects! I can’t really help wondering how I didn’t try the idea out sooner. Why go to the headache of making it 3D when all kids care about is the decorating and copious amounts of candy?!Continue reading Gingerbread Row Houses
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Mini ‘Popsicle’ Cupcakes
These cute, little mini popsicle cupcakes were a perfectly sweet answer for my youngest’s first solo decorating project. They were also quite the hit for her class treats!Continue reading Mini ‘Popsicle’ Cupcakes
Graduation Cap and Gown Lollipops
Cap and Gown Graduation Lollipops
Every year I like to challenge myself to come up with some new and cute, but fun and edible way for my daughter and her classmates to celebrate year end. Our final days of grade 2 turned into a bumpy ending and most non necessities had to go. But because of our fight to get thru the year, despite unforeseen challenges, I also felt all the more compelled to celebrate. Continue reading Graduation Cap and Gown Lollipops
Easy West Coast Fridge Magnets
We love spending time with our family up in Sechelt and nothing beats time at the beach. But one particular stormy day at the beach, got the creative juices flowing. Our children are always on the look out for beach glass and cool shells. So my incredibly talented and creative sister-in-law came up with the fantastic idea that we collect beach gems to create our own fridge magnets! Continue reading Easy West Coast Fridge Magnets
Kid’s Edible Tea Cups
Kids Edible Tea Cup Treats
As summer wraps up, we try to celebrate and get every last drop of warmth from the last few weeks of the season. This year we had an end of summer garden tea party at my mother-in-laws. Our kids plus their cousins were very happy to dress up and have tea in the garden. But of course the ideas started flying as soon as the words came out of my mouth about what epic treats each of my girls could make to contribute to such an occasion. Before I was covered in nothing but a tornado of pink frosting, sprinkles and tears (at the five layer cake someone was proposing), I presented the idea of kids edible tea cups.