Make chocolates in the shape of vintage sewing buttons! These would be perfect for a wedding shower or baby shower that you are throwing for a crafty friend. Find these awesome chocolate molds and this sweet packaging idea at bakeitpretty.com.
Bento bento bento. It’s everywhere! But what if you want to progress from ogling over their cuteness to making them yourself? Here’s a brand new book called Yum Yum Bento Box which is written in English and published by the fabulous publisher Quirk Books.
Be still my beating heart. This is a baking kit which helps you to make French-style macaroons. But of course in adorable shapes!
The kit comes with a special hot pink mixer contraption and molds for the cookies. I believe it also comes with the ingredients but I couldn’t quite tell from the description. Needless to say you’d eventually want to be able to supply your own ingredients so you can make these over and over.
You can find this at from-japan-with-love.com.
Talented bento maker Anna the Red created this awesome Wall-E bento. My favorite part is EVE made out of a hard boiled egg!
I love toys that you can actually do something or make something with. This little gadget slices potatoes really thin and then has a special tray that you put the slices on and then stick it in the microwave to make chips. I can’t imagine what they must taste like though. Hmm… Check it out at Rinkya’s blogspot.
I say that if you take something awesome like pie and shrink it down, it becomes adorable. Right?
Someone at ourbestbites.com came up with this clever idea for single serve pies baked right in canning jars. She says that because they are canning jars, they can stand up to the oven heat with no issues.
She also talks about how well it works to make a bunch of these ahead of time and freeze them for use when unexpected guests come over.
You can find fantastic step-by-step instructions for these ourbestbites.com.
OK. How cool are these? A member at instructables.com has shared a step-by-step tutorial for how to make your own cake pops. She was inspired by these cake pops at Bakerella.