Sleeping Teddy Bear Biscuits
This was a super quick project that I made for the reception class that I was volunteering with for a week. They loved them! I saw them at a school fair once an figured I had to try them! If I did them again, I would probably use royal icing instead of just normal icing because it might set a bit stiffer and make a more realistic "blanket". Granted these were for a bunch of 5 year olds so I think normal icing was best. Another cool tiny teddy recipe is Milky way cars!
How To Make The Best Tiny Teddy Cars
Need some easy kids party food ideas? You can’t get much easier than tiny teddy cars. They are cheap and simple to make, plus look adorable! Make them ahead of time to allow extra time for preparing things on the day. The kids absolutely love them and are perfect for a birthday party celebration. Follow the easy “how to” tutorial.
Ella's First Birthday Sweet Shoppe Party
Primary school teacher and blogger Kate Korber (of Happy Ella After) put together a gorgeously girly Sweet Shoppe party for her daughter Ella's first birthday. With a tight palette of pink, red and white and a touch of Peppa Pig, Ella's party is a sweet tooth's dream come true. I looooooove the DIY Peppa Pig cake kit - what a great idea. Read on for Kate's tips and advice to put together your own Sweet Shoppe party. Party: Ella's first birthday party Organised by: Mum Kate Korber (Happy Ella…
Christmas Reindeer Tiny Teddy Cookies
Don't you just love these! We made them today at school with the reception kids! Arnott's Milk Arrowroot biscuits, basic white or butter cream icing, choc bits, jaffas and Tiny Teddies for the antlers! How easy are they? I love the whole assembly thing for reception kids as cooking can get a bit tough as they want to eat everything straight away and get so frustrated having to wait for it to cook! Any hoo, I am off to make more for Chrismas gifts now ....toodles!