You Will Need ...
  1. See Material List from Part One

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Step 1: 

Grab a Q-tip. Make sure the cheerio you choose fits onto the Q-tip.

Step 2: 

Add a dab of icing to the top of each cheerio.  You can use Royal Icing (recipe above under the Stats tab) in a squeeze bottle, or pre-made icing in a bottle or tub

Step 3: 

Dip the icing covered cheerio in a sugar or sprinkle of choice. In this case we dropped the little guy in a cup of rainbow sprinkles

Step 4: 

Remove the cheerio carefully from the Q-Tip.  Set aside to dry.  You may need to use a toothpick to open the hole in your mini donut.

Step 5: 

Now we created a "powdered" donut by placing a cheerio in a bag of powdered sugar and shaking.

Step 6: 

One your donuts are dry, place them inside your donut box that you created in Part One of the series. You can use one of the stickers from my template (found under the Stats tab above) or any extra embellishments you have to decorate your donut box.

Age: 
All Ages
Basic: 
Food
Craft Length: 
Indefinite (as long as you want!)
Difficulty: 
Easy peasy (fun and simple)
Duct Tape: 
Décor
Holiday: 
Easter
Other
Prep Time: 
5 - 10 minutes
Recycled: 
Paper
Fodder
Supervision: 
1 adult per 10 children
Variation Photos: