Favorite Cereal...no thinking...go! Mine is a tie- Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes. And Raisin Bran Crunch. Ok, so I love cereal, and I can't pick just one. But there's something about those freeze dried marshmallows that gets me every time. Cereal makes me happy, and I love decorating cakes. So why not combine the two? Introducing the Lucky Charms cake! This guy looks magical but isn't that difficult at all. Plus it involves lots of pretty rainbow unicorn colors and sprinkle
I love a craft project that the kids can do too. And by kids I mean both young humans, and humans who think they have no artistic sensibility. The truth is, we ALL have a creative heartbeat, we just have to stop and listen!
This St. Patrick's Day garland is easy to make and you can really customize it in different ways. Add a leprechaun hat shape, tie on some different ribbons on the end, add glitter, take away glitter, and so on and so forth. Check out the tutorial and sen
Ok, maybe the title is a bit misleading. These aren't REAL gold cupcakes, but with some tips and tricks, you might just fool everyone into believing that they are. These Pot of Gold cupcakes are a perfect treat for your St. Patrick's Day party, and because there's so much volume up top for the cupcake decoration, that means lots of FROSTING. Yes, no skimping on that fluffy sugar heaven here. With out further ado, your Pot of Gold cupcake tutorial: #StPatricksDay #cupcakes #ho
I get excited by any kind of celebration- even those that I wouldn't typically go all out for. For example, I've never had a green beer, but my mind is brimming with ideas for fun ways to decorate and celebrate for St. Patrick's Day!
This week I'll be bringing you new tutorials throughout the week on how to really green yourself, starting with some yummy Shamrock shaped cookies! Take a look: #holiday #baking #StPatricksDay #cupcakes
It's our favorite holiday- Galentine's Day! Nashville Craft Party celebrated this Leslie-Knope-inspired-day for the second year, and I can't wait to show you how it went. This was our first party in a new space (hooray- we're growing!) and we more than doubled our typical guestlist. For this event, I wanted to bring in other creative women to help our guests make neat things they could take home. We had amazing sponsors including Cafe Roze, Jackalope Brewing Co., Kathy Chaney
Candy Corn Carrot Cake Cream Cheese Cupcakes. Yes, you read that right. The name says it all- DELICIOUS. I found this fabulous recipe when browsing Pinterest for Carrot Cake ideas. I made the mini cupcake version and they were as cute as they were yummy. Here are some of the adjustments I made- I greased the mini cupcake tins with coconut oil so that the carrot cake could shine on it's own, free of wrappers. I baked these on 350 F for about 10 minutes, let them cool for 10 mi