Begin with this basic rice krispie recipe and build from there with gel food coloring, dipping chocolate, festive sprinkles and candy eyes or chocolate chips. You are just a few minutes away from your very own spooky, edible monsters.
We think you’ll love these adorable, iconic Halloween candies made in your own home. Not only are they cute, they are easy enough for even small kids to make with you. And it’s fun to know exactly what is going in those little mouths!
This deliciously festive pumpkin biscotti recipes gets “spookified” with some simple white chocolate and candy eyes. This recipe works great with our pumpkin biscotti recipe, or any homemade biscotti you’ve grown to love. But if your treat making is down to the wire, your favorite store-bought biscotti will definitely do the trick. Whether you enjoy these with a tall glass of milk or dip them in your favorite warm beverage, you’ll certainly be glad you gave these fun treats a try.
Today I am going to share with you a tutorial for my animal treasure jars! They are the perfect carnival party favor. It was so darling to see the kids light up when they got to pick out their favorite animal treasure jar to take home!
We are excited to have Laura Muir, from Fresh and Happy, guest post this week on the Gygi blog. She put together a crafty and creative summer carnival party that was too fun not to share. Get all of her ideas and designs right here.
I am so thrilled to share my outdoor carnival party with you today! I have always been a sucker for a good carnival. I have memories of planning little carnival parties for my birthday when I was a little girl. I guess that always stuck with me! Thank goodness for Orson Gygi and all their adorable party merchandise and concessions. They sure do make throwing a carnival a cinch!
These adorable Easter treats are the perfect spring snack or a great sweet ending to your Easter brunch. Serve them in a small dish with some crushed Oreos for an adorable garden of chocolate carrot strawberries.
St Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that’s just, well, simply put, fun to celebrate. Irish or not, everyone likes to bring a little luck to their lives with a few gold coins, wearing a bit of green, or using it as a reason to have friends over and celebrate. We have unique St Patrick’s Day party ideas that will inspire you to bring a little luck to your office, classroom, or home. Oh, and did we mention we’ve made a free printable just for St Patricks Day?
Hi Everyone, it’s Sarah and Emily here from Boxwood Clippings. We’re so excited to share with you a little party we put together to celebrate Sarah’s twins turning one!
For their special day, we themed the party around Classic Winnie-The-Pooh.
For lunch, we served the little party guests a mini packed lunch which was a big hit!