• Cheryl Therrien

    OMG such fun for ‘kids’. How ever did you manage to make these and have any left when you were finished? LOL Yum!!!

    • Yep for the big one and the little ones too Cheryl. It wasn’t easy to do to say the least… LOL… but I did manage. 🙂

  • Janelle

    Cute !!

  • If I was going to make these, I would definitely have a rainbow colored tribe.

    • I think would be way cool Jeri. I thought about it, but decided to keep it simple instead, to go along with the garden theme. More to come. 🙂

  • Laurie Hurley

    If only I had the patience and talent! I continue to live vicariously through your inspirational projects. Between you and Meredith, I get my fill of great ideas!

    • Aw, but you do. Anyone that can herd a bunch of blogger has all of that and more… LOL 🙂

  • Carl Hedinger

    What a cute idea! Really could help with a rainy day.

    • Yes it would and thanks Carl. Keep an eye out there’s more to come. 😀

  • These are nice I do like my marshmallow which is not good for my diabetes

    • Thanks Jo-Anne. I can see that, but they are still fun… huh. 🙂

  • Well how cute are those! And what easy to follow directions. I love that they’re totally edible too. What a fun activity for kids and adults alike!

    • Thanks Pamela. They are a blast to make. Give them a try? 🙂

  • wow.. it is really amazing how we can get something as cute as marshmallow caterpillars by creatively assembling some simple stuffs. Really a cool one

    • Hi Tuhin, It’s interesting what a body can do when we put our mind to something. Being bored also contributed … LOL

  • Jason Butler

    I love marshmallows. Another easy recipe.

    • And fun to do too Jason. Give it whirl, why don’t you. 😀

  • Deidre M. Simpson

    This is a good outlet. I believe that dissatisfaction is one thing that drives creativity. It never would have occurred to me that I could craft art, as opposed to dessert, with marshmallows.

    • Hi Deidre, I do enjoy making food art like this and then you get to eat it. It really makes for a very fun day. 🙂

  • Erica

    How creative. I love how you were in the garden one moment and had marshmallow caterpillars the next! I’m not very crafty but these look totally doable!

    • Hi Erica, It was fun, the garden to the kitchen, I will admit. These are really very easy so give them a whirl. 🙂

  • crystal Ross

    Great idea! My niece’s would love making these. They love anything creative! 🙂

    • Hi Crystal, Aw how cool. If they give these a try, please send me pictures and I’ll post them. 🙂

  • Holly Higbee-Jansen

    Cute! But way too good to eat! We recently went camping and were eating smores, so now I’m continuing with the marshmallows now that we are home. So now I have a new inspiration! Thanks!

    • Hi Holly, Thanks so much. Marshmallows offer, not only great creative fun, but some really great eats as well. If you make these take some pictures and send them my way. 🙂

  • Valerie Remy-Milora

    Oh what fun! these are so creative I would never have thought of making them but I know my 7 year old would LOVE them!! I’m going to have fun making them with her when she comes home in a few weeks.. great way to spend some quality time together 🙂

    • Hi Valerie, These really are fun to make. I know your daughter will have a blast. I would love to see your creations when you’ve made them. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a wonderful, and cute, idea, Susan. Am sure the marshmallow caterpillars are yummy.

    • Thanks Catarina, They are ,but most don’t want to eat them because of their cuteness… LOL.

  • Donna Janke

    The marshmallow caterpillars are so cute. A fun idea to do with kids.

    • Thanks. Kid have a blast making them in varies colors Donna. Some come out pretty wild, but that’s the fun of it. 🙂

  • Wow that is so adorable!

    • Hi Michal and welcome. I did like the outcome. My friends with kids were delighted when they received them with instructions.

  • JP

    Wow! That is so cool. I can’t wait to bite into them they look so good. I love people who are in touch with their inner child. Your creativity is endless. Nice work.

    • Hey there John. They are just the funniest. Eating them is that much more fun. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    These are just bizarre. You and your goofy marshmallow friends (in a good way). 🙂

    • Hi Jon…. yep, I am big kid and these are a testament to that…. LOL. 🙂
      Not to disappoint, there are more on the way. 🙂

  • Your photos are the best! Yes, I can see the little–big?–kid in you, and you know how to have fun with your awesome little creations. Lady bugs and now caterpillars. Really! 🙂

    I’d never heard of fondant before reading your blogs. Is it quite sweet? It looks like the perfect thing for making little edible critters. Thank you for the fun.

    • Thanks Ramona, Thanks for stopping by. Yep, I am that, a big kid. 😀 I do enjoy making these little critters. Fondant is a roll out icing that is well suited for shaping and molding, perfect for these little guys. 🙂