We love Olaf around our home and can’t wait for Disney’s Frozen Fever Short Film that is coming to theaters with Cinderella! It’s about Anna’s summer birthday party which reminded me about my daughter’s Frozen in Summer themed birthday party we had this last summer. I’m always behind on editing my kid’s party photos to share […]
It’s hard to believe Valentines Day is this week! Are you ready? I have been enjoying making sweet treats for my kids and decorating with my red and pink party supplies! One thing I am never low on is cupcake wrappers. Today, I’ve got a simple party idea for displaying desserts at your next party […]
The Party with Amy Locurto Collection is available now!
I’m very excited to announce that the first shipments of my new line with Pebbles has gone out to stores! I will have a list of stores soon. For now you can purchase all collections online…
Thanks again for your amazing support!!
It means the world to get your sweet comments and emails. This is such a dream come true! I can’t wait to see what you create with my new line.
We’re still in Oklahoma and already had a ton of fun celebrating America by lighting fireworks and spending time with my family.
Happy Memorial Day! I made these cute American Flag Marshmallow Pops with my daughter this weekend. They would be perfect treats for the Fourth of July as well.
Easter Egg Marshmallow Pops & Free Printables by Amy Locurto and Matthew Mead.
These are marshmallow pops with a glamorous story. They are actually somewhat famous. What do you bring when attending a Fourth of July party hosted by woman with a New York Times best selling cookbook? Yes, you guessed it. Glimmering goodies.
I love decorating Marshmallow Pops for easy and pretty party treats! Remember those fun Lego Marshmallow Pops I made? Well, I recently came across these fabulous marshmallow fun food ideas by Melissa and Kellie from Icing Designs and just had to feature them here. I can’t wait to decorate some marshmallows now. Thanks girls for the […]
I made Minifigures Lego Cake Pops for my son’s Lego Birthday Party! Aren’t they cute? At the time I made these creative Lego Cake Pops (2010), nobody had seen anything like them. It’s amazing to see them ALL over the internet years and years after posting this. So I am proud to call these the “Original Lego […]