Every child wants to play with his or her food. It's how they learn. So instead of saying, “stop playing with your food” for the 47th time – encourage their creativity with these fun, edible art projects. Let them explore and eat!
Just like sand art, but even better because you can eat it! This easy and creative project brings out your inner artist. Just make your own colored sugar and layer into a variety of shaped plastic containers. Makes a great birthday party favor or rainy day activity.
Edible Finger Paint
Our sugar-based Edible Finger Paint mixture can be put together for a quick play date or a rainy afternoon activity for good, clean (or messy!) fun.
Transform simple paper-crafting rubber stamps into culinary tools and create a unique cookie – edible art that your entire family can make. You can make holiday themed stamped cookies, monogrammed stamped cookies, sports themed stamped cookies – you can personalize your stamped cookies to your heart’s content.
How to Make a Sugar Cube Easter Cross
Making an Easter cross of sugar cubes emulates beautiful crosses made of smooth white marble. This meaningful decoration is just the right size for little hands to make (and eat)!
:: Sharon G :: Peter S :: Mary Kay Sears :: Janell H :: Jan E :: Maud L :: Silvia L :: reesebltw :: Fawn G :: kath l :: Patricia W :: Ricky T :: Karisa L :: latonya d :: pam m :: Brenda N :: Jolene :: Christie C :: Alfred R :: carmenza E