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My daughter made these for her sister in law's shower that we had for her. She also made brides....they go over really big!
First you dip them in white chocolate, then you dip the sides in dark chocolate, then use I piping bag for the buttons and bow tie.
Here's a good link with instructions for these:
Susan from ThriftyFun
Wow...I just "google"d them and
$89.95 for 2 dozen strawberries from http://www.delightfuldainties.com ...but they are also on a bed of black velvet cloth!
Think I'd make them, too!!! Love the idea!
I have seen these many times before but they never last long............yummy....It's also great that those wonderful looking berries were in season. How sweet of the person that took the time to make them.
Oh, the best part,I think, is you get to eat your mistakes~ :o)
These are beautiful!Can you imagine the time and patience put into making them?Thanks for sharing the photo.
Gorgeous and yummy looking. How stylish. I think
you have to be really really good not to eat them up.
What a wonderful job she did with them.......hope all enjoyed them....I know I would have :0)
I'm with the previous post. They are pretty to look at, but I would rather taste a dozen or so, just to make sure they are as good to look at as to eat.
She did such a nice neat job! They look too good to eat, but I would love to be the one to dig into them!
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