12 Crafty Days of Christmas {Day 12}: Edible Holiday Scenes

Welcome to {Day 12} of the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas here at Happily Mother After!

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If you missed any of the previous crafts, you can catch up with the rest of us 
by taking a look {over here}.

Today we're ending the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas on a sweet note.  {I guess you could call it a bitter sweet note since it's the last day of this series.}

Michelle from Sugar Swings! Serve Some  blogs about the tastier side of creativity.  I really never knew how many ways you can make food fun for kids until I came across her space in the blogosphere {check out her most recent creation, Gingerbread Super Heros}.  My mouth began to water and my mind started racing with all the possibilities...that's when I knew I had to ask her to be a guest here at HMA.


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.....hey there everyone...I'm michelle from SugarSwings! Serve Some and I'm really happy to be guest posting here with Lauren!....

...this is another super easy holiday goodie....edible holiday scenes!....i have 3 kiddos, a 7 year old and 4 year old twins, and these were a big hit and actually you can have your kiddos help with these too...

....you'll need these: 


(btw-i'm kinda addicted to all the different holiday themed marshmallows that kraft has been putting out for the holiday seasons!....and you'll need a bunch of your favorite sprinkle mixes and some icing (i had some left over royal icing which worked great as snow and to "glue"on the sprinkles....


....then just decorate any way you like.....i sprinkled them with some wilton shimmer dust in silver and pearl (but totally not needed).....and i made them for snacks for the kiddos and added their names but you could probably use them as edible place cards too for your holiday table (kiddo table or adult table!)....



...anyway, hope you like them and thanks to Lauren for inviting me over---fun!...happy holidays to all and have a great new year....can't wait to see more of the fun holiday crafts and treats from all over the world!.....

-michelle from sugarswings

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Thanks, Michelle, for sharing this idea with us!  I think this is a perfect activity for all of us moms with toddlers since it's easy enough to just hand over the materials and let your favorite little man or lady go at it {which, if you have a two-year-old, you know how much they love to do things all by themselves!}

Thank you to everyone who has "tuned in" to the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas. I've had so much fun and I hope you have too.  I'd love to see your version of any or all of the Christmas crafts you found here at HMA, so please share them. :)

Wishing you a very merry and crafty Christmas!

2 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea! It would such fun to do with my son's playgroup!

    Please link this post to my Christmas Traditions link up in the Recipe section! It starts today!

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  2. They look SO freaking yummy!!! :)

    Also, you should check out my blog, I tagged you and hope you can participate. :)

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