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Food Craft: FrankenMallow Pops!

October 11, 2011

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What do you get when you cross Frankenstein with marshmallows? FrankenMallow pops, of course! This is a ridiculously simple and cute snack for Halloween, and you only need a few supplies and an hour to make enough for the whole class. You need: Jumbo Marshmallows lollypop sticks (like these ones from ConsumerCrafts.com) Wilton Color Mist […]

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“Firecracker” Rice Treat Pops

July 3, 2011

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The other day I saw a super cute cookie treat idea  for the 4th of July on CakeSpy- you make cookies with Pop Rocks Candy and then roll the creamy filling with more Pop Rocks for a “firecraker” type of effect when you eat them. I loved the idea- but um, the 4th of July […]

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Cricut Cake Review, Part 3: Fruit Roll Ups and Tortillas

July 9, 2010

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So, after all my posts on Fondant, Frosting Sheets, Bologna and Cheese, are you wondering how the Cricut Cake cut tortillas and fruit roll type snacks? Well, so was I…so the experimentation continues! As you might have noticed yesterday, there was a fruit roll up snack on the cutting mat: And then, you see the […]

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Craft Product Review: Cricut Cake, part 3: Cheese & Bologna

July 8, 2010

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OK, so this is kind of weird- but I wanted to see if the Cricut Cake would cut out bologna & cheese. In other words, something very different from the Fondant and Frosting Sheets that I’d tried out previously. The good news- cutting bologna and pre-wrapped cheese slices (such a Kraft Singles) proved to be […]

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Food Craft Product Review: Wilton Fondant (Cricut Cake Part 2)

July 7, 2010

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If you are wondering how the Cricut Cake works for cutting fondant, or want tips on how to cut fondant with the Cricut Cake, you’ve come to the right place! In my first Cricut Cake post, I experimented with using the Frosting Sheets- but today I’m going to share my first attempts at cutting “rolled […]

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Product Review: ProvoCraft Cricut Cake Frosting Sheets

July 6, 2010

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One of the coolest things about the Cricut Cake (or so we’re told) is that you can cut so many different food items with it. Since I am both a cake-decorating novice and a Cricut Cake newbie, I decided to start with what seemed like a simple and stress-free material: Frosting Sheets. Of course, I […]

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Craft Product Review: Cricut Cake, Part One

July 5, 2010

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Well… after much debate, I finally plunked down my cash for a CricutCake machine. If you remember, I had attended CHA in January, and was supposed to receive one from Provocraft for free. (!!!) However, on the long trip home with kids and a side trip to Disney, I LOST my coupon for the freebie. […]

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Snow and Craft and Crafting with Snow!

February 26, 2010

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It’s a chilly, snowy day here in my neck of the woods, and my kids are home for a snow day. I’m content to stay inside and quilt, sew, and bead- but if you have a yen to craft with snow, here are a few ideas for you! Snow Tie-Dyeing. Visit Bunk’s Blog for the […]

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Festive Halloween Juice Box Sleeves

October 17, 2008

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I came up with this project all by my little old self. I signed up for the class parties at my second-graders school, and to keep life simple, I’m bringing the juice boxes for all of the class parties. Only later did I realize what a BORING thing that was, and had to come up […]

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Crafting with Candy Conversation Hearts

February 12, 2008

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So, OK, I’m obviously on a kick here. But as I’m surfing around, I’m finding that there are lots of folks who are as obsessed with candy conversation hearts as I am! I ran across a blog: Ramblings of a Crazy Woman, who had two absolutely cute ideas for candy hearts! The first is making […]

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Playing with Your Food- Food as Art Material

January 14, 2008

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This takes the phrase “Playing with your food” to a whole new place. There is a South Korean artist, Sang Wook Lee who sculpts- with all things- Ramen Noodles. He uses them right out of the package, in brick form, and constructs installations with them. Check out the cool CNN video here. So with my […]

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