Nothing says summer better than popsicles. These cupcake toppers are actually Mike and Ike candies with toothpicks pushed in them. Super easy and pretty darn cute too. For a full tutorial on how to make these, click here.
Tropical drink cupcake toppers made from Whoppers malted milk balls. Just slice off the top, then add a little licorice rope and sprinkles with a toothpick dipped in melted white chocolate - you've got yourself a mini coconut drink - perfect for a luau party!
Candy flip flops made from Pez and flower sprinkles. Cuteness miniaturized. Tasty too. Simply attach flower sprinkles to the top end of the candy Pez using a toothpick dipped in melted white chocolate or candy coating.
Add a little paper umbrella and you have the sweetest little cupcake for summer!
Meringue Cookie Beach umbrellas! Color a store bought mini meringue cookie with edible markers and push in a lollipop stick. Cut off a little piece of a sour belt candy for a towel and use a gumball for a beach ball and you're ready for the beach!
This Tiki marshmallow pop was made from a toasted coconut marshmallow, flower sprinkles and fruit roll ups. Cut a strip of a green fruit roll up and using kicthen shears cut fringe for the skirt. Attach to marshmallow using melted white chocolate or candy melts. Attach flower sprinkles with a toothpick dipped in melted white chocolate to the top of the skirt.
Then cut out little leaf shapes from a variety of colored fruit rollup and attach to the top of the marshmallow with melted white chocolate. Add a cute little face with edible markers and you have an adorable addition to your luau!
These graham crackers are the perfect no-bake summer treat. Add a little blue and white icing for waves and using a toothpick, write your own message in the "sand"
Super yummy snack for the kids! Fill a plastic cup full of goldfish crackers and top with a peanut butter cookie. Lightly spread peanut butter on top of the cookie and dust with brown sugar. Top with a Lifesaver (I used a red edible marker), a beach ball candy and starfish. A licorice handle completes the beachy snack! Easy enough for the kids to make too!
Rice krispie treat pineapples are the only ones I can eat because I am allergic to pineapple. No worries, these are cuter than the real fruit anyway :)
School's out! AND we have actually had a couple of sunny days in Seattle!
I made these cute "invitations" out of sunglasses from Dollar Tree. Using a glue stick, I attached my invitation onto the lenses.
Super easy, super summery cupcakes. Just add a paper parasol & a gumball!
Cool cookies from Dollar Tree!
Looks refreshing, right?
Hooray for summertime!