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Hi everyone. I studied for 3 months this tecnique and I’d like to share this way to get a realistic iris eye in sugarpaste dolls or figures. I pic a piece of White sugarpaste for modeling. I draw a circle with black colour. I begin with a very...

Hi everyone. I studied for 3 months this tecnique and I’d like to share this way to get a realistic iris eye in sugarpaste dolls or figures. I pic a piece of White sugarpaste for modeling. I draw a circle with black colour. I begin with a very...

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vanilla pudding dyed green, topped with crushed Oreos. Commercial pudding (e.g., Jello brand instant) contains wheat/gluten and corn, and is usually made with milk. Oreos have wheat, soy and corn. This is not a safe "treat" for the classroom. (not to mention it's a total sugar & artificial color/flavor bomb) I would advocate making these for a private party, not a classroom.

vanilla pudding dyed green, topped with crushed oreos. Use small clear cups and a marker to make the faces. Kids could draw their monster face, add vanilla pudding, stir-in food coloring in their own cup & add topping.

Chocolate syrup faces in a milk shake? Am guessing tres popular with the smalls!

Boo-nilla shakes: melt chocolate chips and paint ghost faces on inside of glass. Let harden before you fill the glass with a vanilla shake. (OR: Draw quick ghost faces on our clear plastic cups and have milk at snack time.