These spines are used by the Mexicans as toothpicks.
One fun thing I did recently was build structures from toothpicks and marshmallows (I used the marshmallows as connectors ).
shyarlier products had included ice cream spoons, balls for coconut shies, garden labels and toothpicks.
I used toothpicks to hold the cam nets up covering the points with green stuff to stop them poking through.
Earlier products had included ice cream spoons, balls for coconut shies, garden labels and toothpicks.
Create wheels by adding orange or grapefruit slices to the side of the melon with toothpicks.
Be sure you have plenty of toothpicks on hand, so guests won't have to use their fingers!
Use toothpicks to put two or three pieces of fruit together.
Bend each leg, and secure all of the limbs together with toothpicks or slim wooden skewers.
Stick the hands at the ends of the skewers or toothpicks in the arms of the figure.
Make collages that you can stick on with toothpicks, small wire sculptures, or a printed design that a bakery can transfer onto a finished cake.
Try affixing small paper flags to toothpicks and decorating the flags with Halloween doodles.
Make decorations for cupcakes by attaching tiny origami hearts to toothpicks.
Use toothpicks to press gumdrops into Styrofoam balls, then add ribbon for hanging.
Use things like buttons, stickers, pennies, popcorn, leaves, flowers, toothpicks and candies.
Another easy decoration for young children to make requires an apple, some gum drops or mini-marshmallows, toothpicks, glue, and brown construction paper.
Some toothpicks and some colored construction paper are all you need, but if you happen to have some kid safe markers handy they will help as well.
For each place setting, put together small edible snowmen with marshmallows held together by toothpicks and decorated with small candies.
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