Sunday, October 12, 2008

Muffin Tin Mayhem














See more macabre muffin tins at Sycamore Stirrings

12 comments:

katy said...

Jenny - this is just incredible. I hope you don't mind that I wait a week to post it with the others. I can see how much thought went into your post and I feel bad about the day confusion. Let me know -
thanks so much!
Katy

Fleur de Bee said...

OMGosh this is ADORABLE!!!!! I want to do this for my daughter....what is everything (besides the hot dog mummy? How cute are you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So you said we live far away....where in UT do you live? Can't be THAT far! LOL!

Tabitha Blue said...

Incredible!! So creative. I think the story that goes along is perfect! I love what you did with the hot dog and the orange! It all looks like so much fun. Well done!!

Dee Light said...

Oh my goodness you went all out!! I don't know what I'll do for the halloween challenge. Looks like I have a lot to live up too. Loved it so much fun!!!

Jenny in Utah said...

Just a few details:
The fingers are string cheese halves with sliced green olives as the nails.
The eyes are jumbo marshmallows with a junior mint held on by some soften candy shaped into an eyelid.
The brain is an apple half carved with brain-like lines, then soaked in cranberry juice then peeled right before serving.
The cup was full of blood - er, I mean cranberry juice.
I saw the little orange jack-o-lanterns on martha stewart - just slice off the top, scoop out the orange with a spoon and use for something else (oriental salad for dinner?) and carve out faces. Martha filled hers with sorbet - I filled mine with cantaloupe.
And the mummy dogs were made with crescent roll dough - super easy!

Amber said...

You are amazing! How did you do that story? Your kids are so lucky, seriously, what a cool mom!

Zombette said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the picture of your little goblins -- three out of four. :-) You are so cool! I'm doing that apple thing. I think the Zombie would get a kick out of that (and I have apples).

Take care!

Emilee said...

i bet your kids never want to leave the house because you do so many fun things..

Becky said...

And the winner is...YOU! Wow, loved the post, also loved your monkeys with the black masks on in your banner. So boo-tiful!

littlenummies said...

Very Creative!!! LOVE your ideas!! What a fabulous presentation too!!

~ Kellie ~

Michelle Sybert said...

Orange jack-o-lanterns! and the story! I am so impressed! Well Done!

Megan said...

Wow, I love your muffin tin! This is an amazing presentation. I am als wondering where you got your "I Believe" button. Can you email me info? Thanks.
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