Planning a baby shower? Weâ??ve got tips on activities, cakes, favors, and everything else youâ??ll need to plan the perfect shower for the mama-to-be.
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Make Brownie-Pop Rattles
Learn how to make colorful brownie pop rattles. They're the perfect addition to the dessert table at a baby shower.
If you're hosting baby shower , this simple treat is a fun and delicious way to celebrate. To make brownie pops, you'll start by baking a batch of brownies as you normally would. But choose a recipe that results in a brownie that has more moist and less cake like. Now, it's time to get your hands dirty. Crumble the brownies in a large bowl. Take small clumps and roll them in the palms of your hands to form balls. Next, take your lollipop sticks and dip the ends in the melted chocolate , then skewer the balls and the chocolate acts as a glue to hold them together. Set them aside on a parchment line baking sheet and freeze them for 15 minutes to let the brownies harden slightly and the chocolate to set up. Next, you're gonna take
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Make Baa, Baa Black Sheep And Mary Had A Little Lamb Cookies
Bake sweet nursery rhyme cookies for your next baby shower. Watch as Erica Clark shows how to decorate cookies inspired by "Baa Baa Black Sheep" and "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
Hosting a baby shower for a mom to be? Consider a whimsical nursery rhyme theme soiree and impress all your guests with these simple but spectacular cookies. Now these may look complicated but I assure you they're not. You don't need to go out and buy specially shaped cookie cutters. You just need round cookie cutters in three sizes. Mine are about three inches, two inches and one inch. All of the cookies use the same process of royal icing with added [unk] like sprinkles or sugar ice or even chocolate chips . The key to decorating with royal icing is the process known as plotting. You're gonna start with your royal icing in a pastry bag or in a plastic bag with the corner snipped off, that's fine. You can create a border around the edge of your cookie. The next step is
Mary would be proud of and right next to it, Baa Baa Black Sheep . To make these cookies, you start with one large and one small. To make the little lamb, simply pipe your royal frosting in the floppy fleece pattern and then use white nonpareils to add a little interest. And the face gets coated in black course sanding sugar. I added these little sugar ice but you could do that with royal icing as well. And the ears on the little lamb are actually chocolate chips . So, you just stick them in sideways. Baa Baa Black Sheep is the same process except the fleece on the black sheep is coated in, of course, black sanding sugar. I added the same ice, I put a few little white nonpareils on his
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Make 3 Blind Mice Cookies
Bake sweet nursery rhyme cookies for your next baby shower. Watch as Erica Clark shows how to decorate cookies inspired by "Three Blind Mice."
royal icing with added [unk] like sprinkles or sugar ice or even chocolate chips . The key to decorating with royal icing is a process known as flooding. You're gonna start with your royal icing in a pastry bag or on a plastic bag with the corners snipped off. You're gonna create a border around the edge of your cookie. The next step is to use
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Play "What's In The Bag?"
Guests will enjoy this baby shower guessing game, and mom-to-be will take home lots of loot. Watch as Parents lifestyle contributer Amanda Kingloff shows how to prepare and play this simple activity.
Baby shower gear and equipment comes in odd shapes and sizes. Test your baby shower guest's knowledge with a quick and fun game that's super easy to set up. For the game called "What's in the bag", you'll need paper bags , letter stickers and baby objects like a pacifier, a bulb syringe and nail clippers. Place a baby item in the bag, fold the top over and seal it with a letter sticker. At the baby shower , ask your guests to fell the outside of the bag to try to guess what's inside. You'll be amazed at what people
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Play the Baby-Bump Game
Learn a fun game to play at your next girlfriend's baby shower. Watch as Parents lifestyle contributer Amanda Kingloff shows how to prepare a bump-themed activity.
-The guest of honor of the baby shower isn't really the mom-to-be. It's the baby bump. Here is a fun baby shower game that focuses on just that. -For the baby bump game, you'll need clear plastic bags , ribbons, scissors and labels printed on to sticker paper from parents.com/bump-game. To prep for this game, take the stickers that you printed and stick them right to the front of each bag. Cut long lengths of ribbon, coil them and just stick them neatly into these little plastic bags . You want to make sure that your ribbon is at least 6-inches to 12-inches longer than the circumference of mom-to-be's belly. Place
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Make A Wishing Tree
Learn to make a wishing tree for Baby and mommy-to-be. Watch as Parents lifestyle contributer Amanda Kingloff shows how to make this baby shower activity.
-At your next baby shower , share your hopes, wishes or words of parenting wisdom with this easy to do baby shower activity. For the wishing tree, you'll need branches, tags, pens or markers, and a vase. The set up for this activity is
Baby Shower Games: Word Scramble
This baby shower game reveals which one of your guests has the best puzzle-solving skills. Whoever solves the word scramble first wins!
A baby shower isn't complete without a fun game. Test your guess puzzle skills with this clever take on the baby shower word scramble. For the baby shower word scramble, you'll need card stack, small envelopes, scissors, a writing utensil, a hole punch and tags. First, choose your three-game words, one that's easy, one that's medium and one that's a little hard. Print out the
Baby Shower Ideas: How To Set Up A Onesie-Decorating Station
Learn to decorate onesies at your next baby shower. Watch as Parents lifestyle contributer Amanda Kingloff shows how to make this wearable craft.
-Set up an easy, no-mess onesie-decorating station at your next friend's baby shower . For the onesie-decorating station, you'll need a cardboard, onesies, fabric markers, rubber stamps , VersaCraft Inkpads, felt, scissors and fabric glue. So, it's easy for your guests to work on the little t-shirts, cut cardboard rectangles
Baby Shower Desserts: Very Violet Sparkle Cake
This pretty in purple sparkle cake will be a crowd pleaser at your baby shower.
dip it in purple or pink decorating sugar. Place the lollipop on wax paper to dry and continue dipping the remaining lollipops. Now use a similar system to color 18 to 24 Necco wafers . Dab a wafer with water and then in the pink or purple sugar. Dry them on wax paper . Now that the candies are dry, let's measure about a cup of soft, whipped, fluffy, white frosting into a pastry bag fitted
Baby Shower Desserts: Teacup Cupcakes
These mini cupcakes are actually served in cups, making them a perfect fit for a tea party themed baby shower.
you have them. Then, flour the cups and place them on a baking sheet . Next, we'll cream 12 tablespoons that's 1-1/2 sticks of room temperature salted butter with 1-1/2 cups of sugar until it's fluffy. Beat