Tired of hot cocoa and S'mores? Wondering what to do with your left over, maybe even a little stale, marshmallows?
Make a wreath of course! Over at the Food Networkyou can see some other ideas too. I think the mini marshmallows really pop. We have so many half-eaten bags of marshmallows around here that I really need to crank one of these out... Don't want to leave my blog for fear of getting lost? No problem! The directions and guidance as given by the Food Network site are right here:
A Marshmallow World
While you’re picking up marshmallows for hot chocolate, buy a few extra bags to make this easy (30-minute!) winter-white wreath. Insert about 150 toothpicks halfway into a 12-inch flat foam wreath, then skewer a marshmallow onto each toothpick. Refrigerate overnight to set. (Birds may fancy this one, so consider hanging it inside.)
Now go and find 150 toothpicks! Make sure to show me your creations. :)
I have great news for you... have you seen this? It is a Must Have item! Created just last week from supplies that you surely have around your own home. Awesome Ashley brought it to life over at Make It and Love It.
When you look closely, you can see that the holder fits snugly just under the plug. However, the opening does seem to have enough room to rest on top of the plug too -I imagine you will find which position works for you. I have not made mine yet, so I am just guessing here!! Just had to get this out there and give you time to make one, or two.... or three.... Be sure to head on over to Make It and Love It for the easy to follow, full tutorial!
I should have known......... As a kid, my favorite magazine was Architectural
Digest :) Doing something creative everyday is almost as good as chocolate! Right now, I am mostly paper crafting (cards, notebooks, scrapbooking), and I'm beginning to experiment with polymer clay -still working on getting the baking process just right!..... I live in the Northwest with my fabulous husband, 2 fantastic boys, a pug, a chihuahua, and a cat.
Spring cleaning? Have extra stamping supplies for card making? This is a place to send them. This group makes cards, giving emotional support and encouragement to people with brain cancer; inviting anyone to the program.