Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Marshmallow Shooter

I haven't posted for a few days because Wes and I have been busy making these marshmallow shooters for a local boutique.



I first posted about these great toys on Design Mom about a year ago. Isaac received one for his birthday from Grandma Jan and it was such a hit Wes made several more so we could have a "tin can shoot" at his cowboy themed family birthday party. This time we painted them to make them look a little nicer.

My mom will also be selling some of her lovely botanical art (framed and unframed) and decorative baskets.


My sister (the seamstress of the family) will be selling cozy PJ bottoms and possibly some girl's dancing dresses. Come and see!

The boutique will be held November 30th and December 1st from 10 am to 6 pm. The address is 445 N. 900 E. (Mary Pulley Dr.) in American Fork (near the Timpanogos Temple).

7 comments:

Kip said...

Em, those marshmallow shooters are really snazzy! The paint job really classes them up so that the appearance matches the great functionality.

Anna said...

Can we place orders on the marshmallow shooters if we can't make it to the boutique?

Emily S. said...

I don't know if you were really serious about wanting a shooter but if so...
I could hold one out for you if you want or else they are actually really easy to make (if you have some sort of hack saw or table saw). Let me know, I could give you the measurements and instructions - you could make a whole bunch (which is really what you want anyway, so the whole family can have a marshmallow shooting war!). Then you could make as many as you want. It's the painting that adds most of the work. You can email me.

Jenn said...

Wish I lived in Utah to attend all these fun events!!

Those marshmellow shooters look like fun!

Jennette said...

Me too!! I'd love to get your instructions via email. You guys are constantly too cool. And I'm going to have to look over your mom's etsy site for my Christmas wish-list for sure.

Michelle said...

I love your Mom's stuff! And it looked like you had such a beautiful Thanksgiving meal, Good luck with the Guns- such a great idea!

Dacia said...

I have to show Kevin this post - another amazing Spencer project!