Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Daisy Cupcakes





I made these daisy cupcakes for my daughter's Daisy troop. I just love how they turned out. I found the idea on Family Fun.





To make these we used cupcakes, white frosting, yellow food coloring, large marshmallows, gumdrops, kitchen shears and a frosting spreader.





Mix the yellow food coloring with the white frosting. Frost the cupcakes.



Place a gumdrop to the center of each cupcake.


To make the petals, set a large marshmallow on it's side, press flat with your palm. Then cut it in 1/3 s with kitchen shears. Repeat. Approx. 6 petals per flower.


I found using the store brand marshmallow worked better the name brand marshmallows. The name brand would get holes in them.







We also made a bridge since the girls were bridging from Daisy's to Brownies.

We used a card table with the legs pointing up, a sturdy plastic container for the step and covered it with a plastic table cloth. The girls got a big kick crossing the bridge.


Congratulations Caity !!!!









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8 comments:

Preschool Playbook said...

The cupcakes are so adorable!

Jennifer said...

What darling cupcakes!

Congrats to your GS-- she now can don the green vest!

My daughter is older now, but we've sold many a GS cookie. =)

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

The cupcakes are adorable!

Evden said...

I love the cupcakes! Very Cute! Congratulations to Caity!

Macy and Lucy said...

Absolutely adorable!! These would be a great summer baking project...may just work on that :)

Astrid said...

Those cupcakes are darling! Yummy!

K, @ Heart NOW Orange Juice! said...

a friend made those cupcakes a few months ago at a baby shower they were such a hit. They look so cute online but in person they are amazing! ;)

Jaina said...

Those cupcakes are fantastic! What a clever bridge...congrats to all the new Brownies :)