Happy Holidays from The Food Librarian

Saturday, December 25, 2010

The Other Mary's Frozen Bundt Wreath
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

See this frozen nature wreath made in a BUNDT pan? How perfect is that? But you're wondering...don't you live in Los Angeles? Well, yes, but I have a wonderful blogger friend, Mary of Popsicles and Sandy Feet who made this lovely outdoor wreath with her adorable kids in Connecticut.

The pre-K teacher at Mary's son's school created this project. I laughed when the instructions said to either freeze it in your freezer, or Leave. It. Outside! I'm a native Los Angeles girl, so the thought of something freezing while sitting outside is completely foreign to me. Here are instructions to make this Bundterrific Holiday decoration. (Yes, we'll have a whole craft section on next year's I Like Big Bundts...hee hee)

I hope you have a wonderful holiday season with your family and friends!! Tomorrow, my extended family and friends will come over for our annual Mochi making day. I learned from my father that my clan has been making mochi for over 50 years!! I'll post up the mochi making later this week. Here is 2009 (JustJenn's post), 2008 and 2007 post about mochi making! Merry Christmas!!! - mary the food librarian
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5 comments:

librariane said... [Reply to comment]

How fun! Bundts as crafts... you could make little bundt soaps or papier mache or crayons...

Katie + Philip said... [Reply to comment]

that is so cool!
merry christmas!
Katie
www.aperfect300.blogspot.com

Jessica said... [Reply to comment]

omg, that is awesome (and hilarious)!! Hope you had a great Christmas! :)

Heidi said... [Reply to comment]

Love it! As a native Maryland Girl who recently moved to Texas I'm laughing. Thinking I just might do this with my preschool class, but guess we'll have to resort to the freezer:) Happy New Year!

ann said... [Reply to comment]

This is so cool! Happy New Year!

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