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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Norene Cox - Party Pincher

Dang! I found this site a tad too late now that the holiday season is over but there will always be an occasion for the new year, right?

SAHM Norene Cox aka Party Pincher dedicates her website -  www.partypinching.com to provide budget friendly party ideas for everyone, creating fabulous parties on a shoestring, using products found at any local party or craft store.

CHRISTMAS
Sweet Sleeping Christmas Mouse
This little guy is dreaming of Christmas morning, a no-bake treat that is so easy to make.
Sleeping like a baby. Marshmallow, Jordan Almond, Smarties, Fruit Roll Up and sprinkles in a walnut shell.
Roly poly Santa mouse is a white chocolate truffle dipped in red candy melts and rolled in red sugar sprinkles. His Jordan almond head topped with Smarties ears and a tip of an ice cream cone for his hat is covered with sugar sprinkles and white nonpareils. A licorice lace belt and tiny Chiclet buckle is attached with red candy melt too! Make this little guy and you'll be on the "nice" list!
Nativity cake covered with fondant and sprinkled with brown sugar. Gold fondant stars decorated the cake and manger. The Manger is made of graham crackers and shredded wheat. The trees are pretzel rods and fondant cut with a daisy cutter. The figures are Rice Krispie treats wrapped in fondant with Jordan Almond and Smarties heads. The sheep's body is a Rice Krispie treat dipped in white candy melts and sprinkled with white nonpareils. The sheep's head is a Jordan Almond topped with more nonpareils and two white jimmie sprinkles for ears. A large sugar pearl is the tail.

APRIL'S FOOL
Wouldn't it be fun to fool your friends and family with this shrimp mocktail?
Made of Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats and fondant, with strawberry perserves as mocktail sauce and  a little slice of candy lemon and fondant chives for garnish!
Shepherd's pie? You've been fooled! These are created out of Cocoa Krispie Treats mixed with "carrot and peas" made out of taffy.
These faux buffalo wings are made entirely out of Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats, covered in a brown sugar and tangerine glaze. The "bleu cheese" is actually marshmallow sauce with bits of marshmallow and the "celery" is green licorice!
Pizza cookies! From a snickerdoodle!

4th OF JULY
Fourth of July Flip Flops. Nutter Butter cookies dipped in candy melts and decorated with fruit roll ups, Rip Whips, and sprinkles.

THANKSGIVING
Super easy and cute cookies with all the trimmings... caramel turkey legs, jelly bean and starburst peas and carrots, and mashed potatoes made of icing.

8 comments:

mail4rosey said...

There's a lot of really cute items here! I love the mouse. :)

alissa apel said...

So much fun! I was fooled with the Shepherd's Pie!!! That looks so real!

I just got done making an Igloo Cake. It was part of an Oreo Challenge on another site: http://theapels.blogspot.com/2013/01/oreo-challenge.html It was fun!

Judy Haughton-James said...

Some awesome finds here Veronica! Really cool! Have a great weekend.

Paula Miller said...

Omgosh what cute things this website has!! Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party :))

Paula
lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

aureliaeugenia said...

All the pics are awesome-the mice are terribly sweet!
Next week the school begins again so,there's a lot to work and fight for! Dana ended the first semester with only the best marks! So I am satisfied with this.
We had a good weather until now but ...is still winter! I hope you are all healthy and happy!
hugs and cheers

Lala H said...

awwww that is soo cute. Im saving this post for next christmas! very nice

hope you can stop by my blog and check my current giveaway

http://delightfulideas.com/

xo lala

melissa said...

Hi Veronica! Thanks so much for stopping by my site. I wanted to check yours out, as well. So glad I did. The Christmas Mouse is my kind of thing! Love it!

Pary Moppins said...

Those are so cool! I wonder what kind of skill level you need in order to make them. Hmmm... Found you through Bloggy Moms.

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