Recent Posts

Uses for Clear Nail Polish
PI 8pm
Healthy Vegetarian Chili Recipe
Pumpkin Ideas
Halloween Ideas for Kids

divider

Edible Halloween Jewelry

Hey There! I hope you are having a good weekend. We have just finished celebrating both my kid’s birthdays. It was a whirlwind but it all went well and everyone had fun. Now I am ready to take a long nap!

After I wake up from my nap LOL I am going to pull out the Halloween decorations. Here’s a tasty project to get you in the Halloween mood.

{Edible Halloween Jewelry}

Halloween Marshmallow Jewelry- Yesterday on Tuesday

 This would be a fun one to do with the kids.

Cn1

Supplies: Wilton Color Mist and black Food Writer Pen (available at big-box craft stores and shops that sell baking supplies), large marshmallows, thin black licorice, Pam Cooking Spray and a metal skewer. 

Cn2

Spray the marshmallows. Much like “real” spray paint, you can get a good result if you set them on a papertowel and use a cardboard box when spraying to keep the color contained.

Cn3

Give the color an hour to set. Sketch features with the black pen.

Cn4

And fill in.

Cn5

It’s like carving a pumpkin except MUCH easier.

Cn6

For the monster, make the “scar”

Cn7

Then the face.

Cn8

4 little pumpkins

Cn9

And four little monsters. Next pop the marshmallows into the freezer for three or more hours. This makes them much easier to sting licorice through. To string licorice, spray a metal skewer with Pam. Pierce the marshmallow then gently string the licorice through.

Cn11

It’s easy to make bracelets and necklaces. Mr Pumpkin and…

Cn12

Mr. Monster may be cute to scare anyone. After you make them and wear them for a minute… you may just have to eat them! 

YOT sig 3

signature

Comments

  1. Too cute to eat…but then again…I would probably find myself nibbling on these without even realizing it! I think I’ll make some for my little niece…she would love them!

Speak Your Mind

*

CommentLuv badge