Sunday, September 12, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday- Movies

Muffin Tin Monday at Her Cup Overfloweth

This week's theme on Muffin Tin Mom was Movies.

This was a no brainer (I thought) because my boys are in LOVE with Toy Story.

So how was I going to make Woody or Buzz? I had no clue. More like lost. So I thought maybe a different movie. Wasn't happening and I already told Mr. Destructo we were having a Buzz Lightyear muffin tin so he kept reminding me over and over and over again.

Then it came to me and here is our muffin tin!


Row 1: Hot dog cut to look like Slinky Dog, deli ham rolled up to represent Ham the piggy bank.
Row 2: Sweet potato fries for Mr. Potato head, cheese cut into a cowboy hat for Woody, and a grapeship/spaceship for Buzz Lightyear.

If you look close you can see the little Toy Story toothpick. I picked up a pack of 24 toothpicks and 24 cupcake liners at Walmart for $2. I bought them for his birthday party in December. I figured I could spare 2 toothpicks for MTM.

I thought it was pretty cool. Hope you liked out muffin tin!

You can find more Muffin Tin Monday ideas at Muffin Tin Mom!

10 comments:

  1. Very Cute! My boys would have liked your theme - thought about the same theme but wasn't creative like you! 1st time visiting your blog - cute! Signing up to follow you - I am a mom w/ little ones too & another due in Dec. I invite you to come visit & follow back if interested! Have a great week! :)
    Nicole

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  2. Slinky dog is the coolest! My son would totally go for that.

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  3. Love it!!! Envious of the toothpicks

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  4. Super cute!! Love the slinky dog. We did Toy Story too, but mine isn't near as creative as yours.

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  5. I love how you reused the birthday things. I love your tin.

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  6. So very, very cute! You did a great job pulling off the Toy Story theme! :D

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  7. Great creative ideas! Love the way the characters were represented.

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  8. I thought about the same theme too! But I don't have a cowboy shape (or any of the toys!) and beyond ham for the piggy bank (which I thought might be a little creepy, but I like how you did it!) I was at a loss for ideas!

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  9. Great tin! Love the slinky dog. Your tin has made me realize that my kiddos haven't seen the Toy Story movies yet.

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