Hey, it’s May! There’s still time to celebrate May Day with this fun dessert, but if your thoughts are already set further ahead, I’ve got another food-i-fied DIY for you today! You know those little food picks with the fringey cellophane tops, often stuck in sandwiches and things of the like? Well, toss those out the window because now you can make your own! Except prettier, and fringey-er. I thought of this little food pick project when I was crafting this project I shared over Easter (Can you spot ’em?). They are so super fun for Cinco de Mayo and every single party you’re planning to throw this summer, that it was time I shared them in all their glory. All you need to do is find tissue paper in your party colors and you are all set.
BONUS! You can use the same technique on bamboo skewers to make drink stirrers too!
Tissue paper (crepe paper also works)
Cut your strips of tissue paper, each should be about 4″ long by 1″ wide. Fringe your strips, you can stack them together to make this go faster.
Run a super thin line of glue across the bottom of your fringed stripe of tissue. Place the tooth pick at the end and carefully wrap the tissue paper around it, rolling until you reach the end.
Fluff the fringe and it’s time to eat!
Use these for mini sandwiches, stacks of mini pancakes (Now that’s a good idea!), appetizers, as cupcake toppers and… the list goes on!
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What a sweet & very easy project! I will have to give it a try! I love the color palette you chose too!
Shandra Ward Signature Design Studio says
Oh I am making these for my upcoming party. I will use them on the jello-shots… Love it. Thanks for sharing.
oh, these are super cute!!
Lexy @ The Proper Pinwheel says
You HAD to know I was going to blog about these. They’re so fun! I have to make a treat for the gals at work tomorrow and I’m thinking of including these!!!!
In the roundup – http://theproperpinwheel.com/2012/05/fresh-find-friday-34/
Thanks so much for including them in your roundup Lexy! Definitely tweet pictures if you end up crafting your own!
Its very nice,i would like to try it,what a creative project.