I was pretty happy with how they turned out too!
I had a ton of krispie treat left over from in between my cuts, so I thought I'd make rice krispie balls, dip them in chocolate and sprinkles and add them to the presents. It didn't occur to me how dense they were as I was rolling them together. So while they came out beautifully, about 1/2 of them were too hard to actually eat! And you couldn't tell until you bit into them and almost broke a tooth! Woops!
Austin and I also made a Ginger Bread Train. It did not come out exactly as intended. I bought one of those kits from Bed Bath & Beyond for about $10. I guess you get what you pay for. The pieces did not break apart "EZ" as the box indicated, the frosting never got soft and pliable as it was supposed to nor was it sticking! The decorations were fairly tasty, so of course we snacked on those more than using them as actual decorations. So we ended up with a cracked, partial, wobbly, pitifully adorned, sad excuse for a train! But we had fun making it, so I guess that's what counts!
Pillaging the decor
Our beautiful masterpiece