Monday, December 10, 2012
After telling Rosebud and Sunbeam about those little treats they wanted to try making them this year.
Last week I got the last of the supplies we needed and last evening seemed like the perfect time to create them.
Take a marshmallow and insert two toothpicks with just enough space between them to place an animal cracker between them. Take a short piece of thread and tie the animal cracker to the toothpicks to keep it from falling. Next take two lifesavers, preferably the same color and carefully dip one side into water and stick them to the side of the marshmallow. Dip the bottom of a gummi bear into the water and place on top of the marshmallow. Set aside to dry.
Try not to move until the water has had time to dry to insure that the lifesaver wheels and the gummi bear will stick properly.
These are a hit at our house. Very easy to make and so cute!
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What a wonderful idea! Your Grandma was a creative lady. I wish my grandchildren were close enough to make these with.ReplyDelete
That is very cute!ReplyDelete
How cute. I am going to make them with my little daycare kiddo's. WendyReplyDelete
Those are so cute.ReplyDelete
Great idea. They look so cute.ReplyDelete
Your Grandma Mast was really creative! They are really cute! Be cute by a gingerbread house too.ReplyDelete
Super Cute idea!!!ReplyDelete
I adore edible crafts when teaching Sunday School. My kids look forward to them each week. Thanks for sharing such a cute yummy treat!ReplyDelete