Resin clay gumdrops are handy for creating gumdrop wreaths that last a whole lot longer than real gumdrop wreaths (which inevitably either end up with a few bite marks in them or melting). These fake gumdrops can also be used for other craft projects like jewelry charms and d ...more
Christmas is just around the corner, which means holiday wreaths are decorating many doors across the nation. While we're always fans of a practical DIY, we especially love the edible kind, which are great for last-minute decorations. We gathered the easiest, tastiest "recipe ...more
Make some candy Christmas trees as decorations this holiday season! All you need is some Styrofoam cups and a collection of your favorite Christmas candies, like gumdrops or peppermints. You can use hot glue to attach the candies, or toothpicks if you want to eat them later.
In this video, we learn how to make baby rattle cupcakes for a baby shower. To decorate these, take some pre-made cupcakes and place a coat of icing on the top of it. Now, you can pipe some decoration onto the cupcake using a plastic bag or pastry bag. Making different lines a ...more
We can promise you that your party guests will do a double take when they see these cupcakes shaped like delicious deli sandwiches. We almost couldn't believe our eyes when we first saw them ourselves; these cupcakes are decorated down to the very last sesame seed to resemble ...more
In this video, we learn how to make a caterpillar cake and bug cupcakes with Lee Hanson. You will need: 1 box Betty Crocker cake mix, any ingredients the box calls for, 8 drops of green food color, 1 1/2 container of Betty Crocker vanilla frosting, tray covered with foil, 5 ca ...more
Juliet said that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, and by the looks of this flower rose adorned cupcake, we're thinking a rose by any other name (or form) would taste as sweet too. Check out this lovely cake decorating tutorial to learn how to create a rose decora ...more
Don't worry: You won't be actually handing your classmates and friends a matchbox for Valentine's Day. Instead, this adorable "love bandit" matchbox is just a slide-out box adorned with a raccoon holding a heart. This matchbox can hold any small candies, from Nerds to gumdrops.
Can't get enough of gazing at awe at your Christmas tree? Formulate tiny edible replicas by baking cupcakes and then decorating them with buttercream icing that recalls evergreen sprigs. In this video, Nancy Remy of Nancy's Bakery shows you how to pip icing onto a cupcake so ...more
One of the saddest things that can happen once you've painstakingly piped a gallon of icing onto a gingerbread house, delicately applied each and every little gumdrop, and formed the marshmallow snowmen is that it collapses because the dough isn't hard enough. So check out th ...more