• Tim

    Very cute Susan unfortunately if they were around me they would never make it to the display phase as I am a notorious eater of all things good.

  • Hello Susan

    These marshmallow ghosts are very cute. I was surprised to know that we can make fondant at home. I do not know if you have shared it’s recipe.
    I always come across Halloween and as you said , it is about make believe. I am curious about this festival, I saw so many movies cartoons but never read in detail about this festival , how , why and when it is celebrated.
    Between Happy Halloween, I do not know if it is gone or still to come :). Please forgive me for my ignorance.

  • Pat Amsden

    Hi Susan

    What a cute idea. It would be fun to do with kids, although I suspect there would be many marshmallows eaten as the display was put together again.

  • Jon Jefferson

    Cute little ghosts. The Bewk is getting to an age where she will be understanding the important parts of Halloween (candy) soon. Maybe not this year, though this might be the one that gets the gears moving for her. I bet she would love to snack on these spookies.

  • maxwell ivey

    hey susan; love your creative mind. next year i’m going to dress up for halloween and i want to make sure to trick or treat in your neighborhood. 😉 growing up in a family of carnival owners we usually worked then and our contribution to the season would be caramel or candied apples. of course now days its funnel cakes. I noticed that ihop is offering scary face pancakes. I’ve been wondering for a while now why none of the carnivals or amusement parks offer funnel cakes in shapes like ghosts for halloween hearts for valentines or cartoon characters. basically you can funnel cake any semetrical shape you can create an outline for. well thanks for showing us what you can do with a gifted mind and stuff you can get at the grocery store. happy halloween, max

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Susan, These are almost too cute to eat. I said almost… Yum!

  • Jacqueline Gum

    I cannot get over how you can transform marshmallows into such adorable things! I’ve said it before…you should find a way to ship these things and then start selling them:) I do love the addition of the videos!

  • Debra Yearwood

    What fun! Given all the imagination you use for Halloween, I can’t wait to see what Christmas will bring. 🙂

  • Angela Brower-Hobbs

    These are cute! I actually saw this image floating around Facebook. But I thought they’d be too difficult. I’m bummed I didn’t connect the picture to your blog right away and didn’t investigate those cute ghosts! This isn’t difficult at all! My kids would love doing this. I’m going to add it to my Pinterest holiday board for next year.

  • Catarina Alexon

    Love your ghosts, Susan. What a wonderful idea!!

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Love your creativity as usual! They ghosts are perfect for Halloween!!