Have a Happy Halloween!!!!!
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
These labels and card coordinate with The Sugar Bee Bungalow's Halloween Printable Collection.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
All you have to do is bake your cupcakes using your favorite recipe or box mix. Next using your grass piping tip (Wilton tip 233), cover the entire cupcake with "grass". Then add a couple of Brach's Mellowcreme Pumpkins (I like to place one pumpkin upright and the other on its side). After your pumpkins have been placed, using a small round piping tip (Wilton tip 2) add the vines to the pumpkins. Lastly, garnish your cupcake with a plastic spider ring that you can find at just about any store during October (I found mine at Michaels). Not only will the cupcakes be a tasty treat, but there is also a fun toy to enjoy!
Have a wicked fun time baking and cupcake decorating!
Thursday, October 25, 2012
website you can find the most bewitching tricks and treats that will surely leave your friends and family feeling wicked and wanting more! I can't wait to try these recipes!
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Although the subject matter is on the spookier side of Halloween, I still think they are too cute and kids will gladly gobble these brains up!
Friday, October 19, 2012
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
So during one of my trips to the store, I came across a bag of M&M's that were created in the colors of candy corn. What a great idea! Of course the first thing that popped in my head was to make a large candy corn using the orange, yellow and white M&M's, inspired by the Easter jelly bean carrots. Such a simple project with a fun and festive result....kids would love to assist with this craft and it can also be educational, especially for children learning their colors or how to count.
All you need to create these are clear disposable pastry bags (I found mine at Williams Sonoma), M&M's, ribbon, twist ties, and tape. Fill the bags first with the white M&M's, then the orange, and lastly the yellow and use a twist tie to close. Because the M&M's are too large to fill the very point of the bag, you will need to tape the empty "point" to the back of the pastry bag. Finally, tie the top with ribbon and viola....looks like a large candy corn!