It’s time for a super simple craft for the kids… Marshmallow Straw Structures! Not only is this a great activity for all, it can help develop math skills, problem solving, and small motor skills. And if you use straws that are bendable, it makes for even more fabulous creations! Supplies for Marshmallow Straw Structures: large marshmallows bendable straws […]
I can always use a good boredom buster for the kids and was reminded how great marshmallows and toothpicks are thanks to this post from Simply Designing I found at the Make and Takes Spotlight. Kids can create shapes and even build 3-D models if they want, the sky’s the limit! More boredom buster links […]
Tis’ the season for holiday treats! And these festive cupcakes are no exception. I was inspired from my cute niece, Laurel’s spring flower cupcakes to create these Christmas style marshmallow toppers for the holidays. Supplies for Sugared Marshmallow Cupcake Toppers: frosted cupcakes mini marshmallows kitchen scissors sugar crystals (aka sprinkles, the really fine kind) 1. […]
I’m guest posting over at Skip to My Lou today with a fun activity for building with marshmallow blocks. This is part of Skip to My Lou’s 30 days, 30 bloggers, 30 crafts series. There’s already some great crafts going on. Check it out!
You know I like to dip things in chocolate, marshmallows, ice cream, pretzels, and candy canes. Well, these Peeps were just asking for it! And they were delicious! Supplies for Chocolate Dipped Easter Peeps: chocolate to melt Easter Peeps lollipop sticks wax paper plate or tray To melt your chocolate, place it in a microwave […]
Last weekend we toasted marshmallows up the canyon, but we only had chocolate chips for our S’mores. We’d never used chocolate chips before, so it was a new experience. Jordan and I ended up having ourselves a friendly competition to make the perfect S’more. Since we both think our own method is the most clever, […]