Sunday, November 28, 2010

Handmade Holidays - Kitchen/Food, Part 1

Edible gifts are great for just about anyone on our list who we can't think of what to get them. Everyone eats, and everyone appreciates tasty treats, especially when well-presented.

I got so many tutorials for food and kitchen items, I'm going to split them into two batches.

These lovely cookies from Toads Treasures could easily be adapted to the Holidays – some gingerbread wrapped up with cute stickers... could be fun!

I have always wanted to try making mulled wine, but have never gotten around to it. Well, Martha Stewart has a simple tutorial for making mulling sachets as a gift:

This cast resin tray from Chica and Jo gets my creative juices flowing...

Nigella's recipe for chocolate pistachio fudge sounds mouth-wateringly good...

Here's a cute idea for a cupcake bouquet from Carrie Rousseau. Frost them green, and it will look like a topiary!

These handmade sewn bowl covers from Collecting the Moments... are a fantastic idea. My grandmother uses shower caps, but they are such a pain in the butt to clean...

Come back tomorrow for more kitchen tutorials!

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