Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Candy Necklace

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This marshmallow necklace is one of the easiest project on this blog, and the whole thing is edible!













To make this necklace, you need: marshmallow, Candy Lace, and a pretty candy of your choice for decoration. Don't worry if you can't find the super long licorice laces, you can still use any string you can find in the house.


- Use straw to punch a hole on the marshmallow
- cut off the part with marshmallow inside ( cut off both side if you don't mind a piece of straw stay inside the marshmallow)


- feed the string through the straw

- remove the straw

- finally, use cookie icing to glue the candy on the marshmallow.







 Here is another one















You can add some fruit loops on the necklace, you can also use food writer to draw on the marshmallow. Just use your imaginations, you can create beautiful edible necklace too!
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28 comments:

  1. Aww! Really love your creativeness! :D
    Btw, did u apply extra flour to those cut-parts of the mashmallow? I find that once u cut it, it'll becomes very sticky and quite difficult to handle especially if wanna make a particular shape... :(

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  2. Hi Lyn, I didn't use anything on this one, but I think you can use some shortening to make it easier.

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  3. ok tks for your advice. :D
    Have a nice day! ^^

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  4. This is great! My daughter and all her friends would LOVE this! We'll be doing this at our next play date! Thanks!

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  5. ahh, i love it. so simple and so cute. you know my kids love those candy necklaces, but i like this b/c it's less sugar than those other necklaces and softer too!

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  6. Oh wow! How clever! Thanks for sharing this fun idea. :)

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  7. Hi girls, thank you so much for the nice comments. Hope your kids like this marshmallow necklace :D

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  8. What a lovely idea .... My little girl would be so happing wearing (n eating ) one !!!

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  9. Tiffany thanks so much for posting your idea! I gave it a try and it was a BIG hit!
    http://bentoformygirls.blogspot.com/2011/04/day-74.html

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  10. Hi Smita, thank you thank you!

    To Dina, you are so welcome, and I'm so happy to know your girls liked it :D

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  11. Really fun and easy! So cute! Great job, Tiffany!

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  12. Hi Michelle, thank you so much :D have a nice weekend!

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  13. Hi Tiffany, that is awesome biju, good to wear to a Food Show. I also like the Recent Post plugin in the sidebar :)

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  14. It is a brilliant idea,excuse me for my English... I have been charmed with it you have precious things.
    Kisses, Raquel de TratadeCocinaR

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  15. lovely necklace.:D and you can wear it. mine... I can't!:))

    http://10luckyrock.blogspot.com/2011/06/set-de-bijuterii.html

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  16. so beyond adorable! How did I miss this back then? I'll have to post on Edible Crafts :)

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  17. I SO love this!
    -Heather
    www.made-famous-by.com

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  18. Oh my gosh, these are super cute!

    I run Fun Family Crafts, a site similar in nature to Craftgawker and Spotlight, but different in that it's a library of craft tutorials geared only at kids. I would love it if you'd stop by and submit this to be featured! (I link to you, I don't post your tutorial on the site) Feel free to submit as many kid friendly craft tutorials as you like! http://funfamilycrafts.com/

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  19. Thank you so much ladies!

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  20. Thank you for this lovely idea! Our kids (4 and 7 years old) loved to do these. We´ve had quite freezing here in Finland, about -20 celsius, so we´ve been forced to think something interesting to do inside.

    Here you can see our jewellery, if you wish :). http://sillasipuli.blogspot.com/2012/02/syotavan-natteja-koruja.html

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  21. Looks like your kids are having fun making these necklaces ^,^ so glad you like the idea, and thank you so much for the link.

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  22. Such a cute idea for Valentine's Day. I pinned your lovely necklaces.

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  23. Thank you so much. Glad you like it!

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  24. Wow, I like this design,too! Your blog is really excellent!

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  25. Simple and adorable! These would work as great party favors for almost any party theme! : )

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