The grands that came over for Cooking/Art Camp this week had been wanting to make Teddy Bears at the Beach Cupcakes again. We do this every year, but this Nana aims to oblige! My beach towel and some ice tea, along with some cute cupcakes take me away.
This time, the kids decorated using trays and I used a plastic tablecloth on my coffee table. We just pulled up small chairs, and they could reach all their itmes that I put out. The above cupcakes were decorated by Cissy. She had one of the teddy bears fishing for a cupcake flavored fish. The ones are the right are playing volleyball on the beach. The kids made balls by rolling some fruit roll-ups into a ball shape. They're so creative!
Caiden had some teddy bears, on the left, playing volleyball. he used a piece of fruit roll-up for his net. The poor teddy bear on the right got attacked! Oh, those kids!!
Smile, Harper!! She's ready to eat her cupcake after lunch!
Have any of you tried this iced tea? If you like sweet tea, without calories, this is for you! I find this at my local Kroger's , at $1.99 a box.
This is a super easy frosting for decorating cupcakes or sugar cookies. My son, Mike, used a little powdered sugar to make froth on the "waves". The happy teddy bear on the left is riding his surf board, made from a fruit roll-up, but the poor little teddy bear on the right was attacked by a shark!
- 1/4 cup butter, softened
- 4 cups powdered sugar
- 2 teaspoons vanilla
- 5-6 tablespoons milk (plus more, if needed)
- food coloring
- Cream together the butter and powdered sugar with an electric mixer. Add the vanilla and milk. The frosting should be fairly thick. Add the food coloring to your desired color. If the frosting thickens, add a little milk.
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