For the party, my daughter wanted hot pink, cherry flavored lollipops. Here's my process:
|Waiting for the sugar/cornstarch/water blend to heat up. Takes forever (or so it seems)!|
|Prepared molds, flavoring, coloring, and measuring cup with spout.|
|After I was done. I put my candy thermometer onto the paper towel right from the pan and it stuck to the paper towel. My scraper also stained this time, although it didn't on my trial run with the brown coloring.|
|Close-up of soap.|
|We ordered cake pops from Sugar Daddy's, a local bakery as a surprise. These were so delicious!|
We created a follow the clue scavenger hunt for the girls. After they finished our clues, they had to make a hunt for us. After we found all their clues, they got the cake pops for a reward. The extras were bagged and put in the goody bags to take home.
We made bottlecap necklaces and key chains. Each girl made two necklaces and a key chain. We had different owl images and customized chevrons with their names for them to choose from. I purchased the owl images and the customizable chevron images on Etsy. The necklaces were a kit and so were the key chains, again both purchased from Etsy sellers.