It’s the first of October, and boy do we have a fabulous “Candy Crush” for you today! I’m so excited about our feature today, because this woman is one of my all-time favorite party stylists and printable package creators. We’ve featured one of her parties before – remember this amazing Halloween Spooktacular event? You’ve guessed it – today’s Candy Crush is Kara Woolery from Lillian Hope Designs! You guys, Kara.
So a few weeks ago we had Candy Corn Week here on our blog, and one of the days I shared with you some of my favorite recipes that include candy corn. This recipe from IAmBaker.net should definitely have been on that list because these yummy dessert bars are amazing. I don’t know how I missed it in my research, but it deserves it’s own post. These beautiful bars.
Get it now on our store site: www.SweetCityCandy.com!
Ya’ll, have you seen this Cute As a Fox party from Soiree Event Design? I don’t know how Tonya comes up with these amazing party themes again, and again, and again, but she constantly delivers the goods. Woodland animal party themes are pretty popular these days (stay-tuned for Friday’s post where we highlight “W is for Woodland Animals” to get loads more ideas), and this “Cute as a Fox” party.
I’ve got two little boys hanging over my shoulders while I put together the pin board to go along with this party post, and boy are they excited about a Vintage Race Car Birthday Party. Neither of them have birthdays coming up, mind you, but that doesn’t stop them from working themselves into a full-blown craze over these awesome party pics. There’s a very good reason why Vintage Race Cars.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are my absolute favorite kind of cookie. I love the chewiness of the oatmeal mixed with the chocolate chips. Sometimes I add chopped walnuts or other nuts to add a crunchy element, but now that I’ve seen this recipe from Chelsea’s Messy Apron I think from now on I’ll be including chocolate covered cranberries in my cookies, too! And this recipe looks better than the one.
This is awesome. My favorite fact: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup lovers have a higher chance of scoring PBCups at two-story homes than ranch-style houses. Weird!
Halloween season is in full swing, and it’s time to start preparing for your Halloween party. First we want to share with you the must-have candy for your Halloween party. What’s Halloween without a ridiculous amount of candy, anyway? Whether you’re having a scary party for adults and older kids or a family friendly party (like this great Candy Corn themed party from last week), the candy basics remain the.
I’m so sad that this is the last day of Candy Corn week here on our blog. Have you enjoyed it? Did you have fun? Have you ordered your candy corn yet? To wrap up the week, we’re going to share with you some of our favorite, easy DIY projects that involve candy corn. Even if you hate the taste of candy corn, you can’t deny that they are beautiful.
I’m putting on my professor outfit today, which includes a tweed jacket, black-rimmed glasses and a scraggily beard that I can thoughtfully stroke while pontificating on the very serious topic of the history of candy corn. Pretend I look like this for today. So, dear pupil, you want to know the history of candy corn? It all started in the 1880s when George Renningner of the Wunderlee Candy Company in.