Anyone having a kids party soon? Well these will be a hit for sure! There aren’t any really clear instructions for these, but they look pretty simple to create. We originally found these on funcraftskids, but click HERE to head to the stylish board, which shows you what you need and how to put it all tu-tu-gether. Haha.

We had a go at these at home with items we had in the pantry so we used:

– Coconut mixed with a few drops of food colouring

– Marshmallows

– Meat skewers (cut to size at the end)

– Pink cup cake holders

– A small amount of water (used as an adhesive for the dyed coconut)

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My efforts…. hmmm….

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