Super keen to give this idea a try and thought I’d share it with you. Check out the original post over at the ‘Small Fry Blog‘ for the original post and the ‘recipe’. Enjoy, I’m sure my little monkey is going to!
Here’s my confession… nooooo, I don’t have some juicy story to share with you to explain my absence from my blog, but what I can tell you is that I love jelly (or as my husband has just informed me – what they refer to as jello over the seas)… red jelly to be exact, covered in custard when ever possible!
I’ve got my monkey’s 2nd birthday party coming up (more of that to come obviously) and think I’m definitely going to try making some of these for the party… My mom always used to make a layered jelly ‘cake’ for my birthday parties, so I reckon having something made of jelly will be a good continuation of mini tradition! Recipe over at Our Best Bites
And how about these Jello Shots from JSTK – so much of pretty!
And then I had to share this idea from Party Frosting with you – the picture isn’t great, but just love the idea… not sure I’ve seen blue jelly in South Africa, but as I said, I’m a red jelly girl so don’t bother looking at the other colours! Anyway – for anyone having a boat or nautical party for their little ones….
Anyone in SA know where I could get letter moulds to try this out? (From Plenty of Colour)
Over and out, off to raid my daughters bowl of Jelly that’s in the fridge… no body tell anyone..
You’ll have to agree with me that these stripey straws could brighten up any occasion… they’re almost what you need on a Monday morning to drink a glass of milk with just to have a good start to your week….
Love these coloured straws, available from Etsy
Love the aqua and red colour combination from Miss Indie Design
And this turquoise with the chocolate milk from Shop Sweet Lulu
Love this idea for a Bridal Shower from Erin Ever After – drinking bubbly out of milk bottles, through these cute red stripey straws…
Love these marshmellow ‘cake pops’ and especially love how they used the straws… very pretty (from Mommy Gaga)
How cute is this idea for your kiddies lunch from Meet the Dubiens
How cute are these cup cakes from Martha Stewart
How cute is this craft activity from Krokotak
And if you’re looking to make an adorable sheep costume (who knows.. I’m sure there are heaps of sheep roles coming up in nativity scenes at pre schools). You can find out how to make this over at Parents.com
And if you’ve got problems getting your little one to fall asleep, this mobile would be perfect for counting some sheep
Another cupcake from Cupcakesallthetime
Send a sheep along in the kiddies lunch box
And then you have these cake pops from Bakarella!
(Image from Catch my Party)
How cute is this robot onsie from Etsy
Cute idea for sandwiches from Bright Red Hoodie
How sweet is this girlie robot…
(Image from Tumblr)
This orange and blue robot from Etsy might be my favourite of the robots in this post…
Now if you’re hosting a robot party, you have to pop over to the Hostess Blog where they offer free robot printables AND some amazing robot party details and inspiration!
I think, as far as I can tell… these cupcake toppers / gift tags are also available for download from here
How cute are these robot biscuits from postreadiccion
How cool is this Robot Cake seen in Pinterest