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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Marshmallow Art

These insanely cute edible painted marshmallows are the creations of foodie and blogger Meaghan Mountford.

Who would've thunk?

Thanksgiving

Fall Showers

Picasso, le reve

Sand, Surf and Lawn



Spring

Harry Porter Series

Mustachioed Snowmen

15 comments:

Jennifer said...

Does she use edible paint? I especially love the Picasso one. Though it would be hard to eat it, it's so pretty to look at!

Alicia said...

So cute and very creative!!!!

How are you??!!!! Miss visiting you!

The Holmes Crew said...

Wow, can't imagine toasting one of those creations! The boys will love seeing this post since they just LOVE marshmallows!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Only teeny bites please! These are just too loverly to eat.

About A Mom said...

I love your artful marshmallows! Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up for the Wild Wednesday Hop! Hope to see you back soon!

PetitBebe said...

Hi - I found you through Follow Me Friday at Thrifty Ninja.

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Your marshmallow art is super cool and really clever.

blueviolet said...

So fun!!! I love the set of flowers!

The Blonde Duck said...

How cute!

Debbie said...

How cute are they ?!? They would be so hard to eat after someone has put that much work into them. The snowmen are my faves!

Debbie - new follower from Follow me Friday
Let Them Eat Cake

Laura said...

What a nice job! I wouldn't want to eat them; they look so nice. Thanks again for linking up for Footloose and Fancy Free:)r

Mommyof2girlz said...

Love edible art..lol!

~ Noelle said...

wow
once again..
you continue to impress me with these posts!

Haupi said...

Wow, this is amazing. I love it. There are some wonderfully creative people in this world and I'm grateful to you for sharing this. Art on marshmellows - who would have thunk it indeed!

- Haupi

Steph said...

omg -- LOVE these!!!! the children love the Harry Potter ones, of course! I love the beach ones -- because of the yummy extra sugar at the bottom for sand! what an extremely creative idea! i probably couldn't eat them. :)

alissa4illustration said...

I love the Picasso one! OMG that's cool!

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