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Marshmallows & Edible Markers

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A fun way for kids to make their own marshmallow skewers, or a great party food.


Time: 1 hr
Age: 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard
Textas, pencils or paint
Scissors
Craft glue
Edible markers
Marshmallows
Fruit

Method
On firm paper or cardboard, draw/ colour pictures to glue to the tops of your skewers.



With edible colour markers, decorate marshmellows with patterns.



Pierce marshmellows and fruit pieces onto decorated skewers and enjoy.



Categories
#Party
#Skewers
#Edible markers
#Fun food
#Party food
#5 to 10s
#Easy
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