Monday, January 13, 2014

Magic Wands to Eat!

For my youngest daughter's birthday, this weekend, I had to make some treats.  A while ago I saw a really great snack, but I can't remember where (so if you are the one who came up with this fantastic idea contact me, so I can give you the honors). I kept it in mind to use it later for my daughter's birthday party. 
So simple to make. Just take Italian bread sticks, melt some pink raspberry flavoured melts, dip the sticks in it and pour some sprinklese on them. Take edible paper and cut stars out of it and stick them on the wands. 





Other things I  made for this party were:



Cupcakes





26 comments:

  1. My daughters would love the wand! they like to play pretend ..princess ..fairy..with wand and without! that edible wand would drive them insane..lol Gorgeous cupcakes too!

    Stopping by from Delightful Home blog hop!

    Khit Mandeville
    http://abountifullove.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for all the nice compliments, Khit!

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  2. Very cute and creative! I hope your daughter had a wonderful birthday :-)

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  3. Those are adorable! I hope the party was fun. :)

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  4. Love them all, but lots of hearts to the skirt. Super!

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  5. Wow they look amazing I imagine your daughter was the envy of her friends lol.

    Peg x

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    1. Haha, the wands were gone very quickly, so I guess they really liked them!

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  6. So clever! I bet they were such a hit!

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    1. Yes, they were! Thanks for visiting!

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  7. love it how very special what a great party this must have been
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    1. Thanks, Angie! The party was great!

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  8. Looks like it was a great party! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. These are so much fun. My girls would have loved them when they were younger. I am featuring them as the Dare to Share Feature of the Day today.

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  10. Yum! I've never played with edible paper before, this looks like fun! Thanks for linking it up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

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    1. It doesn't taste very good, but kids love it!

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  11. Liz we LOVE LOVE LOVE this project! You are being featured today on our blog in the Feature Friday post and on our social media sites! Congrats and thank you for sharing with us each week in the Bowdabra Crafty Showcase - Susie @Bowdabra

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    1. Wow, such an honor! Thanks so much for featuring me!

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  12. So sweet! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays. x

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