Sunday, April 4, 2010

Hoppy Easter!

So, what happens when you give a couple of cake artists a dozen eggs and some spare time?!?

Yep!  Tie-Dyed Glitter Eggs!  We had a blast making these little suckers!  After dying them, we got out ALL the luster dusts and edible glitter and just went to town!  My personal favorite was the golden disco glitter egg (look to the middle right in the picture).  It's been forever since we made Easter eggs and for the life of me, I don't know why!

Once that excitement wore down, we thought we would enjoy a cookie break, so we broke out a package of Milano cookes.  30 minutes later...

Yes!  Milano marshmallow sheep!  We're sickos, OK!  But in case you're interested, here's the lowdown on making these cute little guys!  Coat a Milano cookie in white chocolate and cover in  marshmallows.  Once set, use more chocolate to glue on four "feet" (we used some sort of Reeces egg candies).  Now take another milano cookie and using your mini marshmallows, make eyes and ears.  Use more chocolate to glue the cookie head to the cookie/marshmallow body.  Viola!  These little guys will serve as plate decorations / possible dessert for our guests today as we serve Easter lunch!

Happy Easter Everybody!

8 comments:

  1. How cute and creative! Hope you had a great weekend! Juanita

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  2. These are too cute! I love the glittery eggs and the sheep...very creative.

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  3. Thanks for sharing on aspicyperspective.com! Your sheep are hilarious! If you I had seen them before Easter...I think we'll have to give them a try anyway.

    Sommer

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  4. Those are so cute! Let me know if you ever want to do a guest blog spot on http://craftychicsblog.blogspot.com

    Maybe after you get your Cricut Cake and want to show of the things you make with it.

    Shawn

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  5. omg! these are so cute!!!
    Also, could I be any more jealous of your cricut?!? Please let us know how it works!

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  6. Your sheep are incredible - everything on this site is gorgeous but the sheep really caught my eye!

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