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Happy Holidays everyone! I have two parts to this post. First of all I would like to announce that Ben and I are engaged! So actually we have been since the first of November but I was waiting to make it official until we told all of our family and friends in person. Also I didn’t have my ting yet, but anyway yes, this is my good news!
Now on to the absolute easiest Christmas treat recipe you’ll ever find. For these easy chocolate peppermint marshmallows you will need:
- Dark chocolate or semi sweet chips
- Crushed up peppermints or candy canes
- Large marshmallows (I used my favorite vegan brand Dandies)
Just melt your chocolate chips in a double boiler or the microwave. (30 seconds at a time) Then dip half of each marshmallow in the melted chocolate. Next press the chocolate top down into a bowl of crushed mints and put on wax paper to dry. It’s that easy!
Hey all, remember me? Ah I just realized I haven’t posted since October! The reason being grad school is keeping me super busy. But even though I have been working on my art more than crafts I still want to spread some holiday cheer so I found a couple of my favorite diy’s I posted last Christmas time for a little refresher.
First there are these super fun and easy to make Snow Globes
Next the ever amazing Dyed Bottle Brush Trees and Wreath
And last but not least…Clay Paw Print Ornaments
I hope these give you some inspiration and fun and I’d love to see what other Christmas diy’s you come up with so show me on Instagram with #peppermintsandhoneybees. Also I have an exciting announcement to make soon so stay tuned!!!