Some Christmas projects are hard, and expensive, and time consuming…and some are easy. This one is easy…and quick, and inexpensive too. It would even be a fun one to do with the kids.
The food markers work just like a normal marker, but are safe to eat.
All you do to make the Christmas Sugar Cubes, is colour a pretty Christmas design on one side of your sugar cube with the edible markers. Try to stick to fairly simple designs. I had good luck with stars, wreaths, holly and berries, little Christmas trees, hearts, and snowflakes. The words are a little trickier, just try to think of short words. I did joy, love, and Noel.
Do a few practise ones, and if they don’t turn out try another side…and then throw them in your coffee or tea. 🙂 Great excuse to enjoy a cup as you work.
I think these would be the perfect addition to a Christmas tea party.
Or, wrap them up in a little cello bag and add to a hostess gift -how great with a bag of good coffee? I think I’ll get my girls to make some after school, and we’ll add them to the Breakfast in Bed Baskets we’re making for their teachers this year.
With easy and oh so sweet Christmas Sugar Cubes, life really is a party!
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