October 10, 2012

Tutorial for mini Frankenstein rice krispie pencil toppers

Filed under: Special Occasions — faithscookies @ 9:43 pm



I found the cutest Frankenstein gift box at the $ spot at Target today and also spotted on my way out the Kellog’s mini rice krispie treats….I immediately thought of Frankenstein rice krispie treats…..here’s a picture of some that I made earlier today with a tutorial below. I decided to add a cute little pencil topper that I had and added them to Halloween pencils. Here’s a photo of the finish Frankenstein toppers, so cute and great for a classroom treat or Halloween party.

 

Things you’ll need:

Halloween Pencils, Plastic pencil toppers (can be found at Lor Ann oils online), White fondant, Green food coloring gel (I used Wilton Leaf green), Edible sugar eyes, Decorating candy (I used Wilton cherry flavored), small rolling pin, Mini rice krispie treats, knife, parchment/wax paper to roll fondant on.

To color the white fondant, I added a tiny bit of green coloring food gel and kneaded until I got the desired green color.

Using my fondant rolling pin, I rolled out the green fondant and then placed a mini rice krispie treat on the fondant. It’s great as the rice krispie treats are quite sticky anyway so the fondant sticks nicely to it.

Use a sharp knife to cut around the fondant, turn over the Krispie treat and add the edible sugar eyes.


Cut out hair, nose ( I did with nose and without), scar and mouth using the decorating candy.


When Frankenstein looks to your liking, push in the pencil topper and attach to pencil. You can wrap in a cello bag and add ribbon.


Thanks for reading, hope you enjoy these Frankenstein rice krispie cuties.

 

 

 

 

 

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