St. Patty’s Day Marshmallow Charm Headbands

Screen shot 2013-03-05 at 3.02.35 AMIn anticipation of St. Patty’s Day, I put a few marshmallow charm headbands in the shop!

Grab ’em quick! There aren’t very many! πŸ™‚

Sorry again that things have been quiet around here. I haven’t quite found my groove yet after getting sick last week, and I have two gigantic deadlines this week. One is top secret, and the other is PREPPING MY TAXES. YUCK!

I also need to make my house look less hurricane-disaster-y. I’m getting video-interviewed here on Sunday for something fun, and my craft room is still bursting at the seams. I’ll letcha know more about that video soon! It’s pretty cool!

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11 Replies to “St. Patty’s Day Marshmallow Charm Headbands”

  1. Fiona says:

    You make the most amazing things, it’s ridonculous πŸ™‚
    I literally want to eat that headband, is that wrong? So cute!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      I want to roll around in a big pile of pastel charms!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Danke danke!!!

      PS You did a cute job with the jelly bean scarf!!!

      I have been getting a lot of msgs re: how everyone’s jelly beans are turning out weird : /. I thought it was gonna be a super duper easy quick pattern, but maybe I did something wrong!

      1. Sie sind herzlich willkommen πŸ˜‰
        I noticed that mine weren’t as plump as yours but other than that one spot at the end – the pattern seemed fine to me – I dont know whats up? Im working on my daughters now πŸ™‚

  2. Katie says:

    We loved to get lucky charms around easter time in my house but my mom and I used to come up with perverse religious variations of the marshmallows when my grandma wasn’t in earshot.

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      AHAHAHHAHAHA I kinda wanna hear more….. πŸ˜›

      1. Katie says:

        There’s a bit of a back story attached to it. Growing up my mom worked for a displaced girl’s home run by a group of nuns who were from all over the globe but we were lucky enough to have a nun from Ireland. So while eating Lucky Charms one day my mom started making up catholic variations of the lucky charms such as white eucharists, blue fishes, and yellow crosses. Now that I’m older we say stuff like drunken priests marshmallows!

  3. Sarah Schulte says:

    SNAP. missed the headband again! I will own one oneday! Did get the new pattern though!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Doh! I am thinking about changing up the design a little so they are less time-consuming to make and so that I can post them more often.

  4. Leslie says:

    SO CUTE… Lucky Charms are the best cereal ever!

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