Once again the blogger at Sugar and Cloth has come up with a great way to celebrate, which of course involves some delicious treats at the same time.
The best part about these designs is the simplicity behind it all. Sugar sheets are used as the actual confetti part, and then a hole puncher is used to break everything down into smaller, bite sized pieces. From here the bits can be sprinkled on the cake, or wherever else you'd like to throw confetti. From weddings to bridal showers as well as parties in general, this DIY project can be used for a number of different occasions. Confetti seems like a bit of a waste, so why not make something that can be thrown and eaten too? Sugar and Cloth solves these problems.
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Sugar and Cloth Presents a Great Way to Eat and Celebrate
- By: Jamie Danielle MunroAug 30, 2014