I was absolutely HONORED to be asked to be a part of Bird’s Party Magazine. Not only is Bird’s Party one of my most favorite blogs, her printables are amazing. And she is one of the sweetest people ever! I used Bird’s Party Bee Printables for my party, and was so inspired by them because they were so dang cute!
Bird’s Party Printables were so adorable, I had my work cut out for me to try to come up with cute snacks worthy of the feature. I created these bee cookies made from Oreos dipped in white chocolate and topped with a bumble bee lemon drop.
I used a black edible marker to make the stripes on the lemon drop and to dot small white confetti sprinkles for the eyes. I then added white heart sprinkles for the wings and attached everything with melted white chocolate.
The cute little daisies are pre-made royal icing toppers from Wilton.
These honey hive donuts were super duper easy to make! I simply sliced one mini donut in half horizontally. Then I placed on half flat side down and stacked the other flat side down on top. Then I used one half of a donut hole and placed it on top. The hive opening is a chocolate candy wafer with a little cut off of the bottom. The bee is made from a yellow candy button with black edible marker stripes and small confetti wings. Everything is held together with a little white frosting.
When I saw the Spring Oreos, I thought of bumble bees! I stacked two of the yellow cream filled Oreos on top of each other and dipped a Mallomar halfway in yellow candy melts. I attached candy eyes and licorice lace with yellow heart sprinkles for antenne. I added a smile with an edible black marker. Everything is held together with yellow candy melts. So cute!
Cuppies made super cute by Bird’s Party Bee Printables!
Super cute favor boxes by Bird’s Party. I filled these with Lemonhead candies.
Favor boxes filled with Honeycomb cereal.
Lollipops with Bird’s Party Printables
Jelly “bee”-ns. Plastic yellow Easter eggs filled with jelly beans and decorated with ribbon, googly eyes and chenille stems. Super cute craft and fun favor for the kids to take home.
I made this cute bee out of a styrofoam egg. With the flowers and polka dot fabric from Hobby Lobby, it made for an easy and budget-friendly backdrop!
Happy “Bee” Day! Don’t forget to check out Bird’s Party Magazineonline!