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About to Hatch - Country bird theme
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  • 20 guests
  • 05 March 2011
  • Mother-to-be's home / California / United States
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About to Hatch wreath
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Wreath close-up
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Invitation
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Dessert Table
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Dessert Table
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Butterscotch Nests
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Ice Cream Station with Dirt
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Birdcage

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Jodie {Party Nv} V says...

@ 23:15 on Mar 09, 2011

Img_8497_thumb OMG! How cute are those?! I'm thinking Easter, baby shower... Thanks for sharing!!

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Lynlee {Lynlee's Petite Cakes} B says...

@ 12:04 on Mar 10, 2011

Img_8497_thumb Thank you so much, Jodie!!! Perfect for Easter! :)

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Kaelie M says...

@ 23:55 on Jul 10, 2011

Img_8497_thumb How cute! Would you mind sharing the recipe for these?

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Lynlee {Lynlee's Petite Cakes} B says...

@ 00:59 on Jul 11, 2011

Img_8497_thumb Thank you so much, Kaelie! They're actually really easy to make! You'll need a bag of butterscotch morsels, a package of crispy chow mein noodles and candy (chocolate, jelly beans, etc.) in the shape of eggs. Heat up the butterscotch morsels in the microwave in 30 second increments, making sure to stir in between. You'll probably only need to put it in twice and stir until it's all melted. Then mix in the chow mein noodles and with your hands, shape portions into nests and place the candy in the center. If you add the candy while it's still warm, it'll stick onto the nest... if not, you can always add it later, but it might move around or not fit perfectly. Hope this helps! :)

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