Jac o' lyn Murphy: Toasting Valentine's Day

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Toasting Valentine's Day

breakfast to start the day...

My kids are waking up to
Cocoa-filled cups, heart toast and marshmallows...

The nonpareils hearts were so easy and fun to make...

Jumbo Marshmallow

heart stencil made from paper punch + a few drops of honey...

sprinkle nonparelis...

then "smoosh" down a little with your finger...

lift up stencil and don't be afraid when it looks like this...

I just shaped them a little with my non-honey covered finger...

The toast was a cinch too 
with the "side of the cup cookie cutters" I found here!

Cheers to a fun filled day!


  1. This is so sweet n lovely...Happy V day!

  2. Too cute! I have loved all of your Valentine ideas! My 5th grade son made the "Love is a Battlefield" Valentines for his class today! I am sure they will be a big hit. Thank you for sharing your cute projects :)

  3. So cute! I love the marshmallows. I was thinking the little toasts on the cup would be adorable on a mug of scrambled eggs ... you know how you can make them in the microwave??

  4. You are just the sweetest mom around! Love the sprinkle heart tutorial. I'll be using that for next V day!!!

    Hoping yours was filled with kisses!
    xo Elizabeth

  5. What a sweet mom you are. Hope the kids were thrilled....nice post andi

  6. That is so creative. And so pretty! My daughter would love this, any day!

  7. I didn't know there are cookie cutters for this. Thanks for that tip.

    Also love the idea from Randi about putting the toast on a mug filled with scrambled eggs. That would brighten any morning.

  8. Love this idea, found ya at I heart naptime! I'm a new follower, thanks for sharing this! =)

  9. oh how sweet! I love that you took something simple like a mallow and made it special! I'd love to have you share this with our readers for our Fun Stuff Fridays link up! http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/fun-stuff-fridays-11.html


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