Easter Decoration for your party
Easter bunnies cut from scrapbook paper with carrots in between.
Cute little center piece made from ceramic bunny and eggs.
Have fun with your table and party decorations. Lisa
Sign’s of Easter in South Louisiana is Elmer Chocolate hitting the shelves-
This 3rd generation family chocolate company manufactured in Ponchatoula ,la. and specializes in seasonal chocolate . Elmer Chocolate History
Gold Brick, Heavenly Hash and Pecan rolls are big sellers in this area and only out at Easter time. So buy them now or you can make a version of them.
1 -10 oz pkg miniature marshmallows
2 cups pecans
1 – 12 oz milk chocolate morsels
1 can condensed milk
Grease a large platter
In one bowl have- Marshmallows & pecans. In a bowl melt chocolate -add condensed milk -Mix to smooth. Pour mixture over marshmallow/pecan – Mix. Pour into greased pan and refrigerate until set . Cut into squares.
1-14 oz caramel
4 tablespoon milk
1 1/2 c pecans
*You can find paraffin wax, also sometimes called baker’s wax or canning wax, in your grocery store where canning jars and supplies are sold.
1 -12 oz pks semi-sweet chocolate morsels
Melt caramels in milk on low -add pecans. Chill. Melt paraffin and chocolate on Low. Dip harden caramel /pecan mix into the melted chocolate. Place on Wax to harden.
1 cup pecan halves
36 light caramels
1/2 c sweet chocolate / melted
Grease a cookie sheet. Place 4 pecan halves flat side down and place carmel into the middle. Heat at 325 until caramel is soft.(4-8 minutes). Flatten caramels and let cool.Swirl a bit of melted chocolate onto each cluster or they can be dipped and place back on wax paper to dry.
Make a batch and share ! Lisa
Monday has been all about the Eggs !
So Lets Dye Some-
Soak your Eggs in vinegar before dyeing. ( Makes the color hold on better)
Spread Shaving Cream in a pan -add food coloring and swirl to make design.
Roll your egg in and Cover -Take out and Let dry.
You can also use this mixture to dye scrapbook paper.
Place down on mixtures. Take paper out and scrap off shaving cream. Let dry.