8 Reviews

How fun!!! My DH and I enjoyed creating this cool glass effect. Made for PRMR.

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Lavender Lynn October 30, 2012

Made this for Halloween but used homemade caramel ice cream topping instead. It went over really well, tasted good too ;). Thanks for the idea.

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Roxanne J.R. January 07, 2010

Very creative! I would never have thought to do this. I took Rita's advice and drizzled down the top interior of the glasses. Thanks for posting!

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swissms October 30, 2009

FANG-tastic! Made for PRMR.

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gailanng October 20, 2009

Halloween is the best holiday for cooking fun! Our kitteh, 'jOe', is always poking his nose around when I take photos and this time was no exception. We used corn syrup. Fantastic idea Annacia, thanks for posting. :)

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2Bleu October 20, 2008

Honey was my choice! Healthier and yummier! Fun but messy! Finger licking good! I suggest drizzling it down the inside to avoid a mess.

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Rita~ October 31, 2007

This is a really cool effect. I used corn syrup and it worked really well. This could be a romantic effect for a valentines day drink or a spooky one for halloween. Just plain cool.

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KelBel February 03, 2007
Blood Dripped Glasses