Yes, I realize that I'm posting this after Father's Day but, my husband reads my blog so I couldn't post it before! Don't worry though, you don't have to wait until next year to use these ideas; you could use them for birthdays or even for an upcoming grilling party!
My whole planning idea for Father's Day all started when I posted this post from Sassy Sites on a Too Cute Not To Toot post.
I saw various ideas to go along with my first project but the original idea came from KMcKay Designs.
The original tutorial for the Burger and Fries along with the templates can be found at Bakerella. A few things that I learned with this fantastic project: I printed all of the items out on just regular typing paper. They all worked fine for what I needed. The burgers were very easy. I will admit that my "ketchup" frosting was a little pink so make sure and add lots of food coloring to get a true red. The sesame seeds on top make the difference between looking like a cupcake and looking like a bun so don't leave those out! The fries were a little trickier. I think I rolled mine a little thin so they kept breaking when I tried to move them to the cookie sheet - using parchment paper would have helped. I also wondered about cooking it as one large cooking and than cutting it into strips but I'm not sure how that would work :-)
So, that was my craft Father's day fun!!! You may see those "burgers and fries" show up in a birthday post later this year. .. I'm thinking they fit really well with the theme I'm planning!
Keep getting your craft on!