• Jacqueline Gum

    I can hardly stand how damn adorable these things are!!!! Makes me smile every time I see one of your marshmallow critters. Really…I hope you are looking into ways to sell and ship these:)

    • It never occurred to me to think about that Jacquie. I will say, They are pretty cute. I’ll have to give making them as a business some thought.

  • Catarina Alexon

    How cute, Susan. And with the instructive video even a half wit will be able to make them. Agree with Jacqueline that you should start a business and sell them. Preferably to top stores to make as much money as possible.

    • Thanks Catarina, I’m glad you liked the video. It was an afterthought that many seem to enjoy. It does help with showing how to put these together. I’ll have to think about these as a business opportunity for sure.

  • Cheryl Therrien

    It would appear from the other comments that I am not the only one who adores your edible creatures. I think you need to host a party with these as the desert. Think of the fun that would be!

    • That would be a great thing to do Cheryl. We should do that when you visit next. 😀

  • Debra Yearwood

    Those are totally awesome! So cute. I really like the idea of making them up with the gift of pancakes. Imagine what a pleasant surprise that would be for neighbours around Thanks Giving.

    • Thanks Debra, When I give these gift packages away the receivers are pretty excited because they now know what they are and the fun that’s in store for them. 🙂

  • Thanks they look too good to eat

    • That what everyone says Jo-Anne. But with kids the head is the first to go… LOL.

  • That look amazing but I do not think I can ever do this with such neatness and perfection . :'( . You are the best, wow! I like all the pictures and video of
    Marshmallow Bumblebees. It can be a wonderful surprise for kids and guests. They are really cute. If you start selling them you will have a lot of orders, I am pretty sure about that. Seems that they are not that time taking(for you 🙂 ). For me hours are needed to create one.

    • Aw, thanks Andleeb, They really aren’t that hard you should give these a try. I know you would have blast and wow everyone you know. 🙂

  • That’s quite the menagerie of marshmallow critters you’re amassing 😉

    • Yep, it quite the collection with more on the way Jeri. All I need is the time to figure them out and write the directions… LOL.

  • These are the most adorable little things I’ve ever seen. Though those legs look a tad tricky to me. As Jeri said, quite the menagerie you have going here. 🙂

    • Thanks A. K. The legs are the easiest… just cut a strip and stick them in… LOL. It is developing into an interesting collection for sure. 🙂

  • SO adorable! Definitely trying these, thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks Kayte, You will have so much fun making these. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    I realized something. Your marshmallow animal art follows a pattern similar to your vector art. You have a style that works for you. That’s pretty cool.

    • Hi Jon, Leave to you to see my personality in what I create. You’re right, we do show our style in more way then one. 🙂

  • Tim

    That is very cute and very funny; got a good chuckle out of the marshmallow bumblebees.

    • They are cute Tim, if I don’t say so myself. They always make people smile when I show up with a box of them. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    A food craft! The kids would have a blast making and eating these 🙂

    • They really do Krystle. I have a ton more in the works. You, (and I) could have a marshmallow critter party. 😀