Dressing up blue kamikaze for the holidays

You may also like...

The Author

Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

5 Responses

  1. crisma says:

    I think your theory is on the right track, Connie. I also thought of a suggestion, though it involves having some melted white chocolate applied on the rim of the glasses and then doing your art with the colored sprinkles while the white chocolate hardens at room temperature or even chilled in the ref.

    Beautiful colors.

    • White chocolate! Yes, oh yes! Even without chilling the glasses beforehand, that will work! Thank you. :D

      • crisma says:

        Oh, you are welcome, Connie! Glad to help. I’ve worked with white chocolates for quite awhile already– though not in the application which I suggested. Hope it really helps. ;)

  2. misao says:

    This is perfect! My brother in law and his wife are coming over and staying with us for the holidays. But since they don’t like sprinkles, I’ll just use colered sugar crystals.