Posts Tagged ‘Cookie Decorating’
Take a look at these seriously fantastic kids' parties we've seen on our site... I'm blown away by all the creativity.
Courtney D's Children's Gingerbread House Decorating Party - This gingerbread house is unbelievable and we love the candy cane Christmas trees. We haven't seen those before.
The Savvy Mom's Guides Gingerbread Play Party - The chefs hats and aprons are too cute, and there were two fun activities at this party: birdhouse decorating and cookie decorating.
Laura B's Crafty Kids Christmas Party - What a gorgeous table filled with candy canes, peppermint sticks, cookies, and snowballs and we love how Santa made a surprise appearance at the party.Snowman Children's Holiday Party - There are so many great details here from the snowball garlands to the big snowman centerpiece and little snowmen made out of marshmallows.
Laura M's Cookie Decorating Playdate - Such a pretty dessert table. We love all the red accents like the red sodas, red cupcakes and red backdrop.
If you throw a kids' holiday party of your own, please add it to our site so we can show it off!
I'm fascinated by the Cricut Cake Decorating Machine.
For those of you who don't know what it is, it's a food-safe electronic die cutting machine that can be used for cake, cupcake, and cookie decorating. It's the sister product to the original Cricut paper cutter that most scrapbookers swear by.
And of course, who doesn't want to see some Cricut cakes. So here are few I found.
But to really see how these things work, you might want to check out this video.
I have to say, I'm impressed. The one thing that gives me pause is the price. At $300 (with no extra cartridges) I better be planning to make a whole lot o' cake with it.
If you have any feedback on the Cricut Cake Decorating Machine please post.
FooDoodlers are markers made of food coloring that you can use to draw on cookies, cakes, pancakes, bread, crackers, marshmallows... you name it.
And when I read that Meaghan recommends them, and was even running a contest on her blog to give some away, I knew they had to be good.
Not only would these markers be fun to use on your own food decorating projects, but how great would these be at a party? Lay out some iced cookies and some FooDoodler markers and let people go to town.
There were also a couple of creative ideas on their website that I thought were worth sharing:
After a sleepover, put out the pens and let your guests color their pancakes.
If you take kids to a restaurant and want to entertain them, pull out some FooDoodlers and let them draw on their food.
Give your fruits and vegetables more pizazz by drawing on them.
I know my daughter will love these! In fact, if I don't win them on Meaghan's blog, I'm ordering some on Amazon.
Photo: The Decorated Cookie