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I especially loved how the Donut Bar turned out. 🍩🤩
This is a fun way to start the morning and wrap up your slumber party – but you can also do this at night for a cute sleepover-themed “dessert”!
A few more ways to get creative:
BTW – You can download my “Let’s Get Crafty” sign (pictured above) + matching 5×7 activity signs over on the main post!
I made a few small balloon garlands to fill the shelf space behind the craft table. It made everything feel more festive! This is also one of my favorite color palettes. 😍
I made vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry donut glaze for the Donut Bar. The chocolate and vanilla had a great consistency! The strawberry tasted good but the texture was a little runny… the recipe I used called for fresh strawberries and it came out more like a puree.
My daughters and their friends had a blast decorating donuts and came up with some really creative designs!
This fun “Neopolitan-frosted” designer donut was one of my 12-year-old daughter’s creations:
Disclosure: I’ve teamed up with Hershey on this post and other creative ideas this year. Thank you for supporting the brands that make it possible for me to keep sending creative inspiration your way. 💛