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Tiffany Blue Party Favors

Tiffany Blue Party Favors

Good Lord, it’s been cold outside! We have been stuck in our house. Poor little B begged so long to go outside the other evening…I finally broke down. He was allowed to play in the freezing weather as long as he wore a coat, hat, etc. The child hates to wear a hat…and this was his solution. Clever huh? It’s an infant duck towel that B has repurposed as a “Super-Duck-Cape.” Or in this case, a substitute for a winter hat.  I wonder what our neighbors think sometimes.
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Try not to be too jealous of our lawn, ok?  I’m so ready for Spring.

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The next evening we got an extra special treat when our dear friends came to visit. We all had fun, but little Gigi especially enjoyed spending time with Uncle Jay.

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And finally, I wanted to show y’all how I made these little Tiffany’s inspired party favors for Gigi’s party. They were so easy to make and they turned out so cute.

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To make the Tiffany Blue chocolate covered Oreos, I purchased Wilton melting chocolate in blue, yellow, and white. I melted the colors together. To achieve the Tiffany blue color, around 75% of my chocolate was blue, around 15% was white, and around 10% yellow.

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Then, I just dipped the Oreos into the mixture. I let the chocolate cool for a few seconds before dipping them. I wanted them to have an imperfect surface (and look hand-dipped.) I found that letting the chocolate cool slightly before dipping helped me get that look. Once they hardened, I put them in cellophane lollipop bags and tied them with a “Please Return to Georgia & Co.” tag I made on my computer. Keeping it one simple, clean item made them feel like charms.

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  1. Destini says:

    Hello.
    Can you give me a better understanding on the color ratio? The percentage’s are throwing me off. Thanks

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