A Fun & YUMMY Easter Craft for Kids!
The concept of using marshmallow and toothpick to create sculptures is nothing new. I’ve seen it before here and here. And it’s really cool, but I’ve actually never done it with the kids. Until I saw these awesome flower-shaped marshmallows in the Easter candy section at the dollar store. Throw some bunny Peeps in there and a rice crispy treat for a base, and you’ve got a yummy Easter craft: marshmallow sculptures!
Marshmallow Sculptures Easter Craft
The kids “ate” this right up. (Both figuratively and literally!) Sawyer learned really quickly that bracing things in a triangle shape helped to add support while creating height. Future engineer like his uncle Josh, maybe?
Sawyer played with these materials for hours. Of course he couldn’t resist getting his construction equipment in on the building process!
Have you ever done an Easter craft with candy? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!
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