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October 01, 2008



That looks like so much fun! What a great idea for marshmellows!


Those wands are very cute! I think my daughter would just love that!

sandi a.

Those marshmallow wands are so "magical". I have to tell my daughter about them. She is the owner/director of a large daycare center and it would be a fun thing for a special day activity. She would love to read blogs like I do but it's a center with 120 kids so she puts in 60 hour weeks easily and has no time for computer fun. I make a good "scout". :-)


cute idea w/ the marshmallow wands. they're very pretty!


Just wanted to say that your blog is awesome, bright and fun. So many great ideas. Well done!


I love the marshmallow wands - my little girl would love them even more!


You are so much fun! Your kids are so lucky to have you as a mom!

Mary Smith

Oh my goodness, those wands are so wonderful and it makes me want to eat one of them! I just had a fairy birthday party for my daughter and posted about it not too long ago! It's such a great theme.

Paper Dolls for Boys

You work always looks so professional and precise. Really great!


Those marshmallows look fabulous!!

Steph @ Problem Solvin Mom

I absolutely adore this, the fairy wings, the marshmellows, the crowns, all of it - wonderful!!

Lisa G.

LOVE it! The fairy wands are so cute and your photos are picture perfect - should be in a book. Keep up the creativity! Love visiting your blog.

fairy party

Marshmellow wands! What a brilliant idea! =)


What did you use to keep the marshmallow wands up and away from each other??

Thanks, they are very pretty!!


I'd love to make these for my daughter's Abby Cadabby Fairy b-day party. Could you tell me how to make them? They look magical!

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