Giggles and Glue Guns All You Need To Know For A Girl's Craft Night Mr. Kate

Ever want to host a craft day or night with the girls? Of course you do! Do you often feel overwhelmed by said craft and what to feed the munching ladies to the point where you never actually get around to having a ladies craft night? I hear ya! Watch the above episode of the Mr. Kate Web Show and read the deets below on how to have a super easy, crafty, yummy girls get-together!

Recipes (the following recipes are vegan but can easily work in dairy land too)

Open Faced Grilled Cheese Squares

  • Whole grain bread
  • Daiya (dairy free) shredded cheese
  • Pitted kalamata olives
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Fresh basil
  • Salt/pepper

Steps:

  1. Toast the bread
  2. Sprinkle the cheese on the bread
  3. Place a basil leaf in all four corners of the toast
  4. Place half of a kalamata or half of a cherry tomato on each leaf
  5. Salt and pepper to taste
  6. Broil in the oven or a toaster oven on low for a couple minutes or until the cheese melts
  7. Slice into quarters

Waffle, Fruit and Sour Cream Treat

  • Toaster waffles
  • Jar of apple sauce – spiced is nice
  • Frozen blueberries
  • Maple syrup
  • Dairy free sour cream

Steps:

  1. Toast the waffle
  2. Heat up the apple sauce and the frozen blueberries in a small saucepan
  3. Sweeten with a splush of maple syrup
  4. Spread the warm fruit compote on the toasted waffle
  5. Place 4 evenly spaced dollops of sour cream
  6. Slice into triangle quarters

Craft Project

DIY Feather/Tassle Hair Accessory (all supplies can be bought online or at your local craft store)

  • Leather or colorful twine or ribbon
  • Feathers or tassels
  • Beads
  • Hair clips (drugstore)
  • Glue gun
  • Scissors

Steps:

  1. Cut pieces of leather, twine or ribbon about the length of your hair, maybe a little longer – usually three look good together at slightly different lengths. Twine can be braided to create thicker strands.
  2. Glue the pieces to the hair clip – making sure not to glue the hair clip closed
  3. String beads at the bottom of the leather or twine pieces – secure with glue inside bead hole to keep from sliding
  4. Glue feathers or tassels at the base of some or all of the leather or twine pieces

Voila!

For more examples of feather hair clips go here or here.

 

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  1. p.s are thos real feathers? if they are not real.. WHERE DID YOU GET THEM?! :)

  2. Hey Mr.Kate! Im VEGAN too! :) Thos are some amazing treats! Where did you get Diya cheese? I havent been able to find vegan cheese anywhere! i REALLY want to try the yummy toast things with the cherry tomatos!

    • I get my Daiya from Whole Foods but if your local health food store doesn’t carry it than you can ask them to order some for you. I like the ‘cheddar’ kind.

      Some of the feathers in the video are real and some are fringe tassels I made by tying a whole bunch of stings together like hemp and ribbon.

  3. So adorable.

  4. LOVED it! I so want to make a feather hair clip. The only problem is by the end of this week I’ll have a pixie hairstyle and I don’t know if it will work for me. But maybe sometime I’ll grow it out and make one. Also a great idea for a gift.

    • one would be cute in a pixie cut! just make it short and not too pouffy! thanks for the comment! xx – kate

  5. This is so lovely! I have the same waffles from Trader Joe’s. :)

  6. LOVED this. especially the snacks. i’m trying to plan a vegan event in the near future (baby shower) and as someone who isn’t…it’s nice to see some pretty food options that are vegan friendly and easy. The hair feathers are super cute too :)

    • thank you! it is usually possible to do vegan options. so glad you found it helpful! xx – kate

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