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Make This: Caramel-filled Han Solo in Carbonite a.k.a. “Han Rolos”

I picked up this ice cube tray to make chocolate Han Solo toppers for a friend’s Purim treat. Since I had leftover caramel, I figured I give chocolate-covered caramels a try. I filled… Continue reading

Make This: Caramels

When a friend of mine told me she made caramels, I thought I needed to try it, too. The recipe she sent me from Two Tarts (which was adapted from Chez Pim) uses honey… Continue reading

Make This: Lace Easter Egg Sugar Cookies

I was searching around for royal icing tricks one day and came upon these lace decorated hearts and decided to give it a try.  Sugarbelle’s post gives the step-by-step as well as links… Continue reading

Make This: Chocolate Bird’s Nest

I had forgotten about these until it popped up on my Pinterest feed. However, I didn’t feel like tracking down crispy chow mien noodles so I just used pretzel sticks that I broke… Continue reading

Easy DIY: Mint Tin Toys

I ordered these tin boxes from Paper Mart and saw these cute little play sets, so I thought I’d make some for Easter using pom poms.   

Make This: Pokeball Cookies

I used the same concept as the Pokeball invites to make these cookies–circles of red and white fondant cut in half, strip of black fondant and smaller circles of black and white fondant.… Continue reading

Make This: Candy Heart Sugar Cubes

Here’s something to do with any remaining icing you have–decorate sugar cubes. I saw these on Cute Food for Kids. Instead of piping directly on the cubes, I piped out little hearts, let… Continue reading

Make This: Marshmallow Pops

These bite-sized pops were super easy since I used heart-shaped marshmallows and pretzel sticks. They’re cute enough on their own but I decided to to use the leftover candy melts and sprinkles from the cake… Continue reading

Easy DIY: Tissue Paper Oranges

Oranges symbolize good luck for the Lunar New Year. I made these tissue paper ones for my son’s class. I used containers to hold the party favors but you can skip it and… Continue reading

Easy DIY: Lifesaver Firecracker

The Lunar New Year starts February 8th. Firecrackers scare off evil spirits and welcome in the new year.  Make your own firecrackers with a roll of Lifesaver, red paper and ribbon. I drew… Continue reading