What a sweet little craft they are. The one that make no mess are always the best ones. My daughter is a painting kid and loves anything messy LOL... Maybe I can get her to make some candy like those instead next time she feels crafty. :o)Trish
very sweet! I think i'll make some too. thanks for the inspiration!
I saw some similar to this at a quilt show and thought they were real at first glance. They are so cute and the best bit.....very low in calories. :o)
So very cute Clare. Fun way with fabrics for the kids. Hugs, Jeanette
I think I need some, at least they will last!!
they are definitely sweet & will not give them a sugar high! ;)
I could use some of those ... they won't show up later on my hips!Just got my copy of Handmade ... a lovely article.
What a yummy idea, Clare! I will have to make some of these!
Don't they just love crafts and something quick and easy, like these little treasures.. Looks like fun and good for the diet..Maggey
that's so sweett...good idea for fun without mess
Cute! I made some along time ago but I fiddled so much they took forever to make half a doz!Mabey I just need a few girls to lend a helping hand
Those are very sweet!
this is sucha great idea, and it looks so cute!
At least these lollies won't rot their teeth! They look great in the dish.
Looks like you all had lots of fun Clare :) They are very colourful Sweets :)
What a cute idea....and what fun!!
It's how i roll & people wonder how i could sew with lots of little children around, i gave them scraps, so much fun!! Love Posie
This is so cute. i love it. Did you see my post today on my fabric ice creams? We must have the same bug!
How cute, a very nice table decoration. might be just a little tempting to eat them though
What a good idea. Fat free as well.
Hello Clare, just love these I can taste the flavours!!! Love the story about the Mother's Day stall,just precious. Happy days.
Don't they look colurful and fun! suzie xxx
Best of all... no calories or cavities - LOLHugs ~ Kerryanne
What an adorable idea! They're so sweet! ;)
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Super sweet idea! Way to get the kids crafting. Thanks so much for sharing this delicious idea!Emily xoxo
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