Hot on the heels of the miniature Barbie we just wrote about -- check out this adorable handmade miniature dollhouse so that your dolls can play too. Now, imagine if that miniature dollhouse had a doll, it would need a dollhouse too, right? This was made by Michelle Loves Junque and you can see more of creations on her Etsy and Flickr pages.
Looking for a fun toddler party theme? Sesame Street is a perfect idea. The characters are all made out of simple shapes that make it easy to reproduce them as decorations and most importantly... as cupcakes! Here are 10 amazingly cute Sesame Street cupcake ideas that you don't need to be a cake professional to make yourself.
I love the simplicity of these cupcakes which involve colored sprinkles and then mold some simple shapes out of fondant. Learn more at the I Bake Cupcakes blog.
Dust off that star-shaped frosting tip and get squeezing! Then just cut basic shapes out of colored fondant for the face features. Learn more about how to make these at Charmaine's Pastry Blog.
Add the spaghettie-shaped frosting tip to your arsenal and you can achieve the perfect monster fur look. Check out the JavaCupcake.com tutorial here.
Not feeling up to frosting tips and fondant? This clever sping just involves smooth colored frosting (or maybe colored sugar covered white frosting) and some pre-made cookie and candy pieces. This idea is from the Facebook page of Cake Pops Cake.
Here's another idea involving the spaghetti frosting tip and some fondant. I love how they look like pom poms. Read more about them at Kel's Cupcakes flickr page.
Everybody needs a toothpick holder so you might as well take the opportunity to make it an cute one! The company Amico makes a whole slew of adorable toothpick holders which are also dispensers at the touch of a cute little button. Here are a few examples below. You can find tons more at Amazon.
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