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post #61 of 111
I've made these for different holidays before.
At Disney they sell the marshmallow pops but instead of using a stick, they put the marshmallows on a curly straw. Very cute but at Disney, very expensive! I think they were $6.95 a piece! I did them at Halloween on a purple straw dipped in milk chocolate, then just decorated with orange and purple sprinkles. They were a huge hit!
post #62 of 111
By straw you mean a regular drinking straw? (the ones that are re-usable, I guess?) Interesting!
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post #63 of 111
How about making them out of mini marshmellows?? A little more time consuming but those would be an excellent size for hot chocolate!! Cute tooicon_smile.gif
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post #64 of 111
Yep, they are the hard plastic ones that loop around. You put the marshmallows (I did 2) on the longer straight part that would go into the cup.
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post #65 of 111
Hi Danar217, what a great idea, thanks for sharing!
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post #66 of 111
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I tried putting the marshmallows on sideweays (like MJLAW78 did) then covering in white candymelts then coconut - looks alot better. Did not take a picture because I messed up the face, but will try again this weekend for pictures to show for sale. Thanks so much for the hint MJLAW78! I am figuring that at a price of $1.25-$1.50 these are stilll half of the catalogue (which I may attach to my "ad" to show mine are better and cheaper) and I won't be charging shipping! icon_lol.gif
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post #67 of 111
mjlaw78,

After you did the chocolate hat how did you attach it to the two marshmallos that are on their side? Did you just use melted chocolate?

Thanks....I'm loving all these ideas, they're adorable!!
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post #68 of 111
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Yes I just used melted chocolate to attach the hats and stuck them in styrofoam until they were dry.
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post #69 of 111
What a cute idea! I think my boys will be making these to give to their friends this year!! Thanks everyone for all the great tips! I had seen a similar idea (in Family Fun, I think) only they used just one mm, bright colored candy melts and sprinkles - cute, but I like the snowmen better!! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #70 of 111
I made some last night. Here is a picture of the rejects. (Didn't get a picture of the good one. By the way, one bag of large marshmallows will make 15 Snowmen Pops.
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post #71 of 111
kakedecorator,
Those are really cute. I really like the scarfs you put on them, great job.
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post #72 of 111
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how did you do the hats?
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post #73 of 111
Oh wow, they are too cute! If those where the "rejects" can't imagine what the others looked like! Cute cute cute! Can't wait to make this!
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post #74 of 111
WOW icon_surprised.gificon_eek.gif I gotta try these I think my kids would totally love them. I also make goodie baskets for friends. I think they would be a huge hit thumbs_up.gif I think I will try to make some for this next weekend for my Moms christmas get together. Bunches of KIDS thumbs_up.gif
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post #75 of 111
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Ok, here is my second attempt at these, putting the marshmallows sideways on the stick for more rounded shape. Still not that good at making the arms on the coconut and used mini-chocolate chips for the smile. .. still not too happy wth the results; may have to scrap the coconut idea to make them easier to decorate, and want to get fruit roll-ups to use for a scarf. What do you think?

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