Ants On My Spoon

Ants On My Spoon

I love quirky tricks to play on family and friends (some don't think so funny). Ant decals are painted fired, sure to hang onto the spoon.

  • Everything is more fun on a stick. These cute ice kabobs double as drink stirrers.

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