Oh what fun to have a Springtime tea on my granny square throw that I made. I'm using my pretty painted teacups that my late Great Aunt Kitty gave me. We are having the most delicious little treats! Aren't the pretty, too? You make these cookie candies from a mold that you use the melted chocolates in, and then place a sandwich type cookie into the mold. They are pure heaven!
This little lady head vase is one that my dear daughter gave me awhile back. I planted her head with some cheery primroses.
Cissy is busy "painting" into the mold before placing the cookie. She used a lollipop stick for "painting".
Didn't her cookie candies turn out so beautiful?! If you don't want to change colors, you can just use one color and they still look oh so pretty.
Ella and Avery came for a visit, too, and they made some treats to take home. I did end up buying some paint brushes that I will use for just chocolates.
Here's little two-year-old Harper, after spending the night at my house. Soon this little one will be enjoying Nana's cooking camp! Right now she loves eating her "Nana Bread", which I make from a starter that dates back to the Civil War. She begs her parents for the bread!
This is the mold that I bought for $1.99 (of course I'm so thrifty that I even used a coupon!).
Thank you for your visit! xo
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