I wouldn't have any problem having these out in my bathroom for people to see if they came over. Anything can be art, here's proof.
It's rainy season for sure, but that's good because it means we have the chance to see more rainbows! Here in Seattle there isn't a lot of color yet. People here tend to dress like the weather in grays and browns and greens. On the grayest of gray days I'd like to have a few of these cookies stashed away somewhere to brighten things up a little.
Imagine waking up on Sunday morning after a super fun night out on the town for your friend's birthday. You're exhausted, you're sore, your voice is hoarse from proclamations of merriment, your hair smells funny and you still have one sock on. Now imagine that this donut appears on your nightstand. Feeling a bit better now? I thought so.
Someday I want to coat my whole arm in icing and dip it in a vat of sprinkles. I wouldn't know what to do next, sadly, once I'm thoroughly spackled with hardening icing and sugary bits. I wouldn't want to eat it, I just want to take pictures of it maybe and call myself "Ol' Donut Arm". I guess just a donut will do.
Everyone knows that the marshmallows are far superior to the actual "cereal" in Lucky Charms. This bowl of sugary, crunchy goodness would be well worth the work of picking all the healthy bits out. And I bet the milk will turn a really festive shade of lavender to top it all off.
Via: Kidskidskids http://kidskidskids.tumblr.com/post/2057875931
Finger jello is super fun even when it's only one color and just hanging out by itself. Taking the extra time to layer a whole bunch of colors in there takes it to a whole new level of snack innovation. I wonder how it tastes with all those flavors in one mouthful? Like a rainbow of fruit?