Make Your Own Sugar Sprinkles

Why pay lots of money for boughted colored sugar for cupcakes and cakes when you can make your own colored sugar sprinkles for next to nothing.

1. Making your own sugar sprinkles is so very easy. You will need the following items; normal granulated sugar, a measuring cup, food coloring, plastic baggies.

2.Measure about 1/4 cup of sugar into a plastic baggie. If you are using paste food color dip your toothpick into the food color and then into the baggie with the sugr in it. If you are using wet food color add 3 or 4 drops of color. Shake well until all the sugar in the bag is colored. Sometimes with the paste food color you may have to knead the bag to distribute the color evenly.

3.Store and use in all your cake decorating needs!

Door prizes can be given at any time throughout the shower. There is no limit to the number of door prizes you give. Small gifts like scented candles, body lotion, small sewing kits, gift certificates to a movie, handmade items like gifts in a jar decorated with baby materials make a nice and easy gift.

It is important for the organizers to come up with some ideas and themes that they think would best suit the mother’s character or the tone of the occasion. Baby shower

Create a Baby Keepsake

Buy a flannel baby blanket, and some pastel colored permanent fabric markers. You will also need an embroidery hoop, to help hold the blanket tight. During the course of the shower pass around the blanket and markers and let everyone "autograph" the blanket, or draw, or and add any comments for the "baby to be".

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