Thursday, June 10, 2010

Grad Goodie and Giveaway Winner

I hope you can tell that these little goodies are graduation caps! They're out of Family Fun magazine from a year or two ago. My son-in-law receives his teaching credential in a ceremony on Saturday and I thought these looked fun and easy to make, and tasty to eat!

  • Miniature peanut butter cups
  • Frosting or peanut butter
  • Chocolate-covered graham crackers
  • Fruit leather
  1. Place a miniature peanut butter cup, bottom up, on a plate. Top with a small dollop of frosting or peanut butter, then press on a chocolate-covered graham cracker.

  2. For a tassel, tightly roll up a small square of fruit leather. Cut fringe on one end and attach the other end to the center of the graham cracker with another dab of frosting or peanut butter.

Congrats to Johnny! I know he will be the favorite high school English teacher to many!

And now, to announce the giveaway winner for the Planet Cake book: #51 (through
Jackie said...

I love cupcakes especially when they look pretty.

Congratulations Jackie! I think you'll love the book and have lots of fun with it!

A big THANK YOU to all who entered! I appreciate your participation and support very much!


  1. Too darn cute! And congrats to your son-in-law! (and to the book winner ;)

  2. My youngest graduated from High school yesterday. These are so cute, I wish I had made them!

  3. These are SO cute! Just what I was looking to make for Rachel's Grad party!! Thanks!

  4. How stinkin' cute are those? I love them!

    Congrats to your son-in-law!

  5. Very cute! Too late for my family graduation, have to use it another year. Just darling.

  6. Yipeeeeeeee!!!!!!!! I won!! thank you so much. I am sure i will enjoy.

  7. Very Cute! Thanks for all your sweet comments on my blog...look forward to them!

  8. your little hats are super cute, I love them, congrats to the winner!!


  9. What a totally creative and beautiful picture!! Love those old books!

    COngrats Jackie!


  10. Too darn cute!! Thanks so much for sharing this.