Have you guys seen recently that Lisa Frank is making a comeback with an adult coloring book AND a new party line?! The 90s kid in me is screaming with excitement. So what better way to celebrate the return of a brand that is so on point for Aww Sam than to make rainbow edible "spray paint" donuts?? If you've never heard of food coloring spray mist, your mind is about to be blown! It's basically exactly what it sounds like; food coloring in an aerosol form, so you can use it just like a can of spray paint. This is such an easy way to turn boring donuts into a masterpiece, plus it's really fun to "spray paint" a donut! Ha! Find the how-to below!
You favorite donuts with vanilla icing
Edible food coloring mist (here)
Scrap piece of paper
1. Put down a scrap piece of paper (this will stain surfaces slightly if spray directly on a counter).
2. Grab one color of the edible food coloring spray and aim it about 5" away from the donut. Spray a small section of the donut and allow to dry for a few minutes.
3. Continue this with all of the colors until you've made it all of the way around the donuts.
4. Allow to dry completely and enjoy!
You are so ready to make a colorful mess with edible spray paint now! You could even take this project a step further and make stencils to spray a design or a phrase onto your donuts. Imagine how fun a rainbow polka dot pattern would be!
If you've been looking up Summer fashions online, then you'll know that these typography hats are SO popular right now. But when it comes to the price tag, you'll have to pay hundreds. Who can afford a $500 hat?! That's crazy. So we're showing you how to make a fun typography hat with a little bit of a twist. It has a FLAMINGO pattern too! Make a hat that's even more fun: check! This project is a super quick one, so if you want some fun flair for your last minute beach trip or your 4th of July celebrations this weekend, we've got you covered. PLUS, there's a printable at the bottom for the imagery so you know you have to make this now! What the flock are you waiting for?! Ha!
Floppy hat (here)
Pink iron on vinyl (here)
Black iron on vinyl (here)
Silhouette cameo machine or exacto knife
Iron with cotton setting
1. Prep the surface of the hat by making sure it's clean.
2. Download the flamingo silhouette image and letters at the bottom of the post and either use them as a template and cut them out of the iron-on vinyl with an exacto knife, or use an electronic cutter to cut them out.
3. Arrange the flamingos around the hat how you want them to be placed and use the instructions on your iron-on vinyl to secure them to the hat.
4. Repeat the same process on top of the flamingo pattern with the vinyl letters. Use the ridges of the hat to line up the letters.
5. Allow the hat to cool down, and what the flock, how cool is your new hat?!