Woodland animal quilt,model railroad grading scale percentages,model train show hamburg n.y times - Easy Way

12.08.2015
I made this adorable, 100% edible, whimsical woodland scene as a special project I did for Family Fun magazine. Check out my "Whimsical Woodland Cookies" idea in the November 2012 issue of Family Fun Magazine!
I tried to keep the ingredient list to a minimum and not use too many different types of candy to keep things simple. Create a muzzle from caramel candy by making a ball and flattening it with your plam, press on to bottom of cookie, attaching with melted chocolate if needed. Cut a chocolate chip in half and attach the cut sides to the top of the cookie, flat side facing forward, for the ears. Spread melted chocolate to the top of the cookie, leaving a football shape uncovered for the face. Unless otherwise indicated, the collective work here is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License. Selected images from this work may be in the Public Domain, and Vintage Printable makes no claim to such images. Use these free clip art images for your collections, school projects, website art and more.
It is a really fun and simple, no-bake project that would be great for a woodland themed birthday party, or a fun Christmas time edible scene. Specific candy used for each animal can be found below in the directions of the individual animals.


Make 2 tiny balls of caramel chew and flatten onto the flat bottom of 2 chocolate chips for the ears, attach to the top of the cookie with melted chocolate.
Attach 2 chocolate chips, flat side facing forward, next to each other in the center of the cookie for the cheeks. Press a small ball of vanilla tootsie roll onto the flat side of each ear and attach to the top of the cookie with melted chocolate, flat side facing forward. Scan of 2 d images in the public domain believed be free to use without restriction in the U.S. Vintage Printable does not represent or warrant any characteristic, legal, technical, aesthetic or otherwise, about any image, or, really, anything else in the material world. If you can't find the clipart your looking for then please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will gladly help. Each piece is made out of simple ingredients, such as chocolate covered cookies, caramel chews and vanilla tootsie rolls. I propped up the animals in the "woodland scene" photo above, by simply putting a gumdrop behind each cookie so they would stand more upright for a cute forest scene. Attach 2 white confetti sprinkles just above the muzzle with melted chocolate for the eyes.
Draw 2 dots for the eyes with the edible marker and attach a yellow heart confetti sprinkle with melted chocolate for the beak. Attach a red heart sprinkle for the nose and an upside down white heart sprinkle for the teeth.


Mold the face shown out of vanilla tootsie roll and press onto the center of the cookie, using melted chocolate to attach if necessary.
Scan of 2 d images in the public domain believed to be free to use without restriction in the US. So get creative and have fun creating a whole forrest full of sweet little critter cookies!
Use leftover white gumdrop to roll tiny balls and press on to red gumdrops creating the white spots.
Scan of 2 d image in the public domain believed to be free to use without restriction in the US. Attach 2 upside down yellow heart confetti sprinkles to the bottom of the cookie for the feet.
Cut a chocolate chip in half and attach each half, cut side touching cookie, to opposite sides of the cookie with melted chocolate for the wings, making sure the flat side is facing forward.
Cut another chocolate chip into 4 quarters and attach 2 of the pieces to the top of the cookie for the ears, points facing up and flat side facing forward.



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