Mini Decorative Dessert Banner: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

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We’ve reached the twenty-third day of our National Craft Month celebration of giveaways and craft tutorials! Visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

Hopefully you are ready for yet another exclusive project to celebrate National Craft Month with, because our friends at Spoonful of Sugar are sharing a Mini Decorative Dessert Banner tutorial today. Have an even happier holiday and decorate your festive desserts with this Mini Decorative Dessert Banner. There’s nothing more important than presentation when it comes to holiday desserts and this darling dessert banner will give the perfect final touch to any sweet dish.

Mini Decorative Dessert Banner


Dress up your holiday desserts this season with the help of this adorable Mini Decorative Dessert Banner! If you’re looking for a baby bunting for your holiday desserts, you’ll find perfection with this free tutorial from our friends Spoonful of Sugar, and we have the full tutorial available for you.

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You can find over 20 different patterns from our National Craft Month celebration in, The Ultimate Craft Guide: 25 Free Craft Projects for Every Crafter eBook. Celebrate National Craft Month with us by crafting the great projects in this free downloadable eBook written just for you!



Today’s prize is a Xyron sticker maker kit, Cosmo Cricket paper pack, stickers, and canvas brads, Westcott Extreme Edge scissors, and a selection of Spellbinders dies. In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

* Like the AllFreeChristmasCrafts Facebook page here, AND


*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What’s your favorite way to decorate your desserts?


  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
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  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 23th, 2013 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

SUPER BONUS – WIN $1000 Gift Card!

Win Michaels $1000 Gift Card

Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win a $1000 Michael’s gift card. You can enter each day to win this amazing $1000 Shopping Spree at Michaels. You have 8 more days to enjoy National Craft Month, so take some time out of your day to come to the FaveCrafts blog each day to hear about the latest prize.


Good Luck!

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  1. melissa flohre says

    Lately I’ve been making a bunch of cake balls. The last batch were pigs in mud. Lots of cake, icing, piping chocolate and manipulateing candies then chocolate coating it all.

  2. Betty Flinchbaugh says

    I like to use nuts or coconut, frostings and icings and candies, sprinkles. Other than that I am not too talented. I would like to try my hand at fondant.

  3. Fay says

    I just put some sprinkles, candies, chocolate chips, coconut, any of these goodies. And then I sprinkle it with love!

  4. Cartha says

    I love to make unique cakes. I’ve made ones that look like a school bus full of kids, a sunflower, a space shuttle, and (for Thanksgiving) a bunch of Indian corn. They may not look quite as professional as the Cake Boss’, but they’ve given my family some fun memories.

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  6. Jane Ford says

    When I decorate cakes, I like the “old fashioned” way with all frosting. Sometimes I use the little plastic toys, but I like the stand up cakes best. I just don’t care for the taste of the fondant.

  7. Angela Turner says

    My favorite way to decorate my desserts is with my family & friends! Somehow desserts just turn out better that way 🙂

  8. Linda Jamison says

    I usually use frosting, powdered sugar, purchased candy decorations, toothpicks with hand made decorations.

  9. dawn Misty says

    I like the new colored m&m type things that are all one color. perfect for color matching cupcake cups, cake mix color & icing color. You can get VERY creative with these. sprinkles sometimes also. i like the silver ones.

  10. mellisa says

    It depends on the occassion. I like to decorate to give a hint to what you will find inside. But have you noticed that sometimes the cake that is only frosted looks just as yummy as a fancy decorated one?

  11. Beth Robarts says

    It really depends on my mood, what I’m making and what is on hand. I like to make my own rosettes to create textures and go from there….I have been known to dye spaghetti with food colouring to make whiskers on a reindeer cake when licorice wouldn’t work. Smarties work for a ladybugs spots. As I say what I am making and what is on hand. Marshmallows dyed kind of grey makes wonderful smoke on a chimney to s house cake or advent calendar chocolate shapes add to a christmas cottage cake…..I fill just the shape outlines for this rather then the whole chocolate spot with the cchoclate you melt to make your own chocolates as it adds to uour cakes. 🙂

  12. Katrina Millard says

    I’ve been making my kids birthday cakes since my oldest turned one she will be 15 this year. I have gone from the simple slapping on some frosting to making my own and coloring it to making flowers and throwing together Cars or Monster truck theme for my boys. My next step is to learn to use fondant

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