I love Oreo’s and I love sharks so of course, I love shark Oreo’s. I came up with the idea for shark Oreo’s after I saw these super cute Goldfish Oreo’s a few months ago. I wanted to make them for Shark Week but I had a lot of auditions that week and never got around to it so I didn’t get to make them until last week. #bummer Oreo Cookie Sharks Step 1: Melt your candy melts and put in you Oreo’s Oreo Cookie Sharks I used the Wilton Chocolate & Candy Melts Melting Pot because it’s really easy and it’s not as messy. If you don’t have one, you can melt your candies in the microwave or on the stove. After your candy is melted you want to pour it into the cookie molds. I got my molds from here. If you don’t have one you can totally use a muffin pan. After…

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Me and all my friends are in LOVE with emojis and have made just about everything…After always getting in trouble for leaving wet cups on the table, we came up with the perfect thing…Emoji Coasters!! lol Here’s how you make them: Step #1 Gather your supplies 1. Gather your supplies and lay them all out so you don’t have to go looking for stuff in the middle. Next, Google “emojis” and pick a few of your favorite ones or you can also get ideas from Pinterest.  There are lots and lots and lots! Step #2 Paint Squirt a small amount of each color paint onto a paper plate. Use a foam paint brush to paint your coasters yellow, and let dry (they probably will need more than one coat). Step #3 Draw Draw your designs onto your coasters using a paint pen or sharpie. Then trace over your designs using paint…

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I love sleepovers and am always begging my mom to have my friends over. The best part of sleepovers (other than staying up all night), is the food. Some people like to order food, I love to make food. My “Sleep Over Pizza Bites” are really cool because they are fast and easy to make, your friends will love adding their own toppings and it will give you something to do during your sleepover. Add these to the menu and your friend will scream #bestsleepoverever Step 1: Cup up your biscuits I like to use the Pillsbury Grand Biscuits (make sure you get these) and not the flaky crust ones or they won’t come out right. Open the can but watch out for the big POP! I hate that part and always make my mom open the can  (I’m a chicken) lol. After you open the can cut each biscuit into 4’s. You can…

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This dessert is super easy to make…promise. It only calls for a few ingredients, you don’t need to touch the oven and even really little kids (3-5) can do it. My “Super Easy Summer Tarts” are my favorite to take to summer bbq’s when my mom won’t let me turn on the oven because it’s too hot outside. You can make these up a few days before (they actually taste even better after a day or two), just don’t put them in the shells until you’re ready to serve them or they will turn soggy. Step 1: Clean your fruit I learned in a cooking class I took that you should always clean your fruit even if it looks clean at the store. The way I do it is put all my fruit in a strainer and run the entire thing under cool water. Shake the strainer a little to…

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