Today Brandy shares with us the Easter dinner she made for her daughters dolls....sorry this is late, I forgot to file this story! I have to say I wish I thought of that when ever I see her work! I love her ham!
Oops! I forgot. So last night I got started. Better late than never! I
think it came out cute."
"For the meal: I recycled some food items from the Thanksgiving and
Christmas dinners I have made in the past. White pom-poms were used for
mashed potatoes. Shades of green felt for a salad. Tan sponge pieces for
dinner rolls. Pink foam paper cut into ovals for ham slices."
"Carrot Cake: This is a tradition in our home for Easter. I used two layers
of painted brownish orange sponges. I used cream foam paper for a
butter-cream frosting look. Then I used various hole punches for decorative
frosting. Round hole punch for the trim. Rectangle hole punch for the
carrot.snipped the tip edges for a pointier look. Tear drop hole punch for
the carrot stems."
"The candlesticks: these are 3 inch candlesticks.you can purchase unfinished
at most craft stores. I painted them a pretty apple green. For the candle,
I used a miniature craft unfinished wood rolling pin.painted the center
white and the end yellow to resemble a flame. I hot glued the other end of
the rolling pin into the candlestick."
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