What you’ll need: 2 standard lunch-sized paper lunch bags per broomstick, scissors, gold ribbon and candy or another treat filler Directions: Trim 2” off the top of the paper bags. Open the first bag, push out the base until it forms a squared-off triangle shape and fold in the left and right sides to flatten it out. Starting from the top, cut the flattened bag into thin strips, stopping short of the base (just above the bottom crease). Cut just the top of the second bag into thin strips, approximately 1.5” deep. Fill this bag with treats and place it inside of the first bag. Gather the sides of both bags, insert a pretzel rod in the middle and cinch the tops of the two bags together around the pretzel rod. Secure with gold ribbon. Read More www.ivillage.com/... Sign up for iVillage Special Offers Put chex mix inside
I am not pinning these ironically - this is actually a brilliant idea for the fondant-challenged.
In clear plastic cups, put a drop of red or green food coloring and let dry overnight. Then bring cups to the table filled with ice and let the kids watch as you pour in Sprite or water and watch their excitement as the drink turns to red or green. Just a little bit of Christmas Magic!
Are you kidding me? Why do I have to find these things, I need to stop stalking pinterest. After mastering cake pops, and getting a little sick of them to be honest, this could take over as my newest project (obsession). I'm feeling a shamrock / st. patricks day theme coming on.
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