Put clay in to your cup, rounding it at the top, and use the Sharpie marker to make chocolate chips. Let it dry. The carton says that drying takes 3-4 days, but I think it could dry in 1-2. If you want a different “flavor” ice cream, skip the chocolate chips and paint it after it is dry.
Hi everyone! Happy Halloween! Did you have a good week? I did, and last week was my b-day & I wanted to show you the stuffies that I got for my birthday. 🙂
(L-R) Rosy the Scentsy Buddy Horse, Midnight ‘Nighty’ the Beanie Boo Ghost, Butterscotch the Cuddly Critters Dog, Ducky the Duck, Snowy the Lil’ Kinz Poodle, Bonbon the American Girl French Bulldog, Maddie the Beanie Boo Labradoodle, Autumn the FAO Schwartz Fawn, Priscilla the Pig, and Petunia the Pig. Priscilla and Ducky both are prizes from the State Fair, which I went to on my b-day.
This is the Scent Pak that I put in my Scentsy Buddy horse, Rosy. It is Blueberry Cheesecake. The way that Scentsy Buddies work is that you put a Scent Pak in your stuffie, which has a zip-up hole in its back. Then your stuffed animal will smell like your chosen scent!
Hi! Is everyone having a good Father’s Day? Did you give your dad awesome gifts? Well, I know one thing. All the dad stuffed animals say this is their best Father’s Day yet! Here are some pics of them with their kiddos:
Hi everybody! This is Clover, and I’m here to tell you all about Puggsley. Here’s what makes him special:
Puggsley is a 5 month old pug that loves to cuddle. He was adopted last year and has been a great addition to the stuffed animal family. This adorable puppy will play all day and then snuggle up in his cozy dog bed to sleep all night. His favorite game is soccer and he was disappointed that he didn’t get to watch the World Cup. Puggsley really likes eating pigs in a blanket. It’s his favorite snack! He brought these treats to soccer practice one time. This little guy is proud to be the first Stuffed Animal of the Week.