Wednesday, April 11, 2012
The color didn't turn out very well on my picture but these are iced with dark pink glitter icing and have a pretty green cupcake wrapper that says "BUNCO"
I took some campfire marshmallows which are flat and cut the end off to make them square. Then used edible markers (found them in the cake decorating section at Walmart) to draw on the dice dots.
These were for my Dad's wife's bunco party.
Posted by Cara Matthews at 6:59 PM
My daughter recently got her yellow belt in Tae Kwon Do. So I made some Yellow Belt Cupcakes.
Super Easy - white icing covering the top, leaving a triangle at the top, pipe on some black icing to line the uniform, yellow piping for the belt and dots of white and black for the eyes.
Also, my daughter has braces now - which means she can't eat popcorn - which could possibly be her favorite food. So I made the closest thing - cupcakes that look like popcorn. They are actually made from mini-marshmallows. You take a mini-marshmallow and pinch it in half then just stick it back together, yes, its that simple. I iced the cupcake first then stuck the marshmallow popcorn pieces on with the icing. Then I took some yellow food coloring and watered it down, then drizzled it on with a spoon to look like butter.
Posted by Cara Matthews at 6:54 PM
No One's Watching
Sing Like No One's Listening
You'll Never Be Hurt
Play Like There's
Behave Like Mom's Watching
Give Like You Have Plenty
Posted by Cara Matthews at 6:40 PM
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
For my oldest daughter's 9th birthday last year, she decided on a ROCKSTAR theme. So what better way to invite her friends than with their own VIP tickets.
Also for the drinks and goodie bags we had stickers letting everyone show their membership in the Sophie fan club!
Posted by Cara Matthews at 7:31 PM
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
I came across this picture on my computer the other day and thought I would add it to the "stuff I've made" on my blog. I made this for my brother, sister-in-law, and nephews when we moved away from Florida (where they live) to Indiana. I am the one on the top left, then Lola, Sophie and Brian on the top right. My brother is on the bottom left, my sister-in-law on the bottom right and my nephews in the lower middle.