It's the make and bake special! Just in time for Easter, artist Jon Burgerman makes some fun egg splats, and see how to make some edible emoji faces and emoji poos.
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Well, Radzi, I'm ready.
There's a make table here, we're in the studio -
this must be our make and bake special, eh?
That's a weird cardboard Radzi. Who's this guy?
-Erm, guys, hello!
-What are you doing in there? You need to hurry up.
You're currently inside Emily's make.
-Well, how do we get out?
I don't know, but you'd better hurry up. We're live soon. Come on!
-Barn, let's jump...
-It's a great shot, camera three. How are you doing?
-Welcome to Blue Peter.
-I like when you're tiny little men.
So, yeah... Hi, how are you?
It's a live show, as you can tell already. It's already on its way.
We want to say thank you to Emily,
-who is this lovely person with the thumbs up.
Emily designed the set that we were stood in a minute ago.
Emily, it's amazing, thank you so much.
Now, someone else is getting creative.
-Have a look at this lovely person.
Hi, I'm Millie and I love making things.
I've even made this massive Blue Peter badge out of pom-poms.
It has 100 million pom-poms on it and it took me two days to make.
-Two days, great effort, Millie.
-That's a good effort.
Now, here's Freddie.
Hi, my name's Freddie. I can't have dairy so I make my own treats.
They are some delicious dairy-free cakes.
That was beautifully shot as well. We like that a lot.
As well as that, we're joined in the studio
by the wonderful artist Jon Burgerman.
He's here to make some lovely egg splats. There's one there.
They're a great Easter prank!
Later, I'll be testing my cake-decorating skills
in a cake-decorating competition. Watch that, it's going to be good.
But, of course, today's show is so creative,
so we want to hear from you. It's live.
We want to know if we could make or bake anything,
-absolutely anything, on the show, what would it be and why?
That's right. Head to the website,
leave a comment and we'll try and read out as many as we can
at the end of the show.
-Poop! That's what I'd make.
-What? Radzi, what?
being serious. We're going to show you how to make an edible emoji.
We know you love emojis and we know you kind of love going to the
-The living poo!
-So we're going to make an edible version.
We're also going to make these emojis that are lollipops.
They're very exciting. I like the guy with sunglasses.
-Radzi, shall we do this?
-Walk this way.
-See you later, Linz.
-Now, these might look a little bit
-disgusting but I can assure you they're very tasty.
talking about these three people, we're talking about what he's
making. Hi, guys, high fives. We're doing backwards ones now. Hi, Em.
Hi, Ethan. And, Maha, good to see you here in the studio.
You are our experts today, which is good to know.
Maha, what have you made?
-What have you brought with you?
Look at those chocolate cupcakes!
By the way, they're not going home with you.
-Emma, what have you made?
Have you actually made those? They look really good.
Are they really tasty? Are we allowed to eat these or...?
We haven't been doing that so far. Can we eat them? No? OK.
And, Ethan, what have you made?
I've made a Victoria sponge cake.
It's beautiful. Thank you so much for being here. You are our experts
and you're going to be decorating your emoji faces.
Well, it's now time to make some poop!
And all you need is the following...
And that is all you need.
Large amount of melted chocolate, just eat what you don't use.
The more the better, my friends.
The very first thing I've done is I've preheated this bad boy
to 180 degrees and then it comes to the actual making part.
So I take this paste, which is melted chocolate chips,
melted butter and I've added some condensed milk.
You can see this is a very nice, smooth paste,
but to make it poopy we need some flour.
So this is where we add a little bit of flour.
I'll be honest,
I don't know exactly how much flour you need to make the perfect
mixture, so do it until you get it about the same as modelling clay.
You'll have a lot more than myself.
Once you've gone through as much flour as you deem appropriate,
you have a dollop, which will look like this here.
I should warn you that if you're eating right now,
now's a good time to probably stop eating. I'm going to take out this.
This is actually a crumbly one, just so you know.
Just a little bit of advanced warning.
I'm going to now roll this into a little sausage here.
This is my favourite thing you've done for ages.
-Is that a brownie?
-Is that...? Is that...?
What do you think, guys? What do you think of his thing that he's making?
-It's good, isn't it?
-Thank you very much.
Do you think it looks pooey enough?
Got the seal of approval.
So you've got a rough sort of sausagey roll...
I've actually put a bit too much flour on this one.
And I'm now going to try and roll this into the aforementioned shape.
So here we have... Not the best but it's sort of there.
You've done that so much better every time so far.
I know! And it's all messed up.
But fortunately these are much better than my versions.
I'll take that, plonk it there,
and then I will simply place it into the oven.
Fortunately, the oven is actually warm, it's not hot, otherwise
I'd have hurt my fingers at that point.
But fear not, my friends, I survived with my asbestos fingers.
The finished product, as you can see, is just here.
And all I've done is added the eyes and the smile. They'll be
in the oven for eight minutes. This is now cooled down beautifully
and that makes your face emoji. Barney, what have you got?
Beautifully done, sir. Thank you very much.
We're going to make some emoji smiling faces.
Now, you have to use round biscuits and you have to use round biscuits
that have got the custard filling in them because that's how you stick
your lollipop in. So, very carefully you pull apart your biscuit
so you've got two halves.
Now, we have a mixture of white chocolate and yellow food colouring.
The white chocolate's been melted to make, like, a sort of a sauce.
Any kind of chocolate will do the job but obviously the yellow
food colouring goes well with white to make it an emoji colour.
We've melted that. We've now made what is effectively a bit of glue.
We also need some lollipop sticks, which are here somewhere.
By the way, guys, you're doing a fab job.
A really good job. Oh, that's amazing.
We'll come to that in a minute. So, you've got your lemon
and white chocolate mix.
You place it into the middle of your biscuit and press it through
the creamy filling. And then you want to add a little tiny bit -
not too much because you don't want it to squirt out from the sides
here, just a little bit, so that when that chocolate sets,
it'll actually hold the biscuit together.
Then what you do is you put that biscuit onto a tray into a fridge.
-Leave it there for about eight minutes.
And it will come out looking like one of these.
The reason you put it in the fridge is because you want the
chocolate to set, because if you try and do this too soon,
this next part will go wrong because this will just drop off
into your mix. Guys, how you getting on over there?
You're decorating at the moment, you're well ahead of me.
-Ethan, talk to me.
-I've made a cry face.
-A crying face!
-Aw! That's good.
-You're having a good time, though, right?
-OK, good to know.
Em, how about you?
I've done an embarrassed face.
-Amazing, rosy cheeks, nice 3-D eyes as well.
Maha, what have you done?
I've done a geek face.
Well, they've achieved that look by doing exactly what I'm doing
as part of the process.
You cover your biscuit lollipop in the white chocolate and yellow food
colouring and you stick it onto a baking tray that's lined with
paper and that then goes into the fridge. Once you've done that -
these have already been in the fridge - you're ready for
decorating. And you can decorate it with anything you like.
I'm going to go for sunglasses and a smiley face. All the details
you need for this make are on the Blue Peter website.
Head over there and check it out, people!
Now, I think we've worked really hard today, guys.
I think it's time for a treat.
-Radzi, there you go.
-I'm only kidding, it's the film that's the treat.
I've come to Birmingham to make a film about one of my
favourite things in the world...
Although, to be honest, I don't think I'm in the right place.
I mean, don't get me wrong, these models are absolutely amazing but
it's no Swiss roll, is it?
Where's the sponge?
Well, I have to say, I'm a little bit embarrassed, guys.
We've got no film today, we can't do anything, there's no cake here.
I thought there was cake.
But there isn't, so...
film's off. Sorry, I've let you down there, haven't I? Hey...
Oh, yes, that is what I'm talking about! Let's do this.
Oh, yeah! I knew there was cake here.
Believe it or not, these are all cakes.
Seriously, how do they do this?
This is Cake International, the UK's biggest cake-decorating show.
I mean, just look at it.
That's a cake.
But I'm not here to drool over delicious cakes,
I'm taking part in a challenge.
I have to create a Blue Peter pet out of cake,
which will then be judged against other top designers' efforts
on a special BP competition stand.
So I think it's fair to say I'm going to need some serious help.
Meet Molly Robbins, an award-winning cake-decorating artist
and my mentor for this challenge.
OK, what are we doing?
We're making Shelley the tortoise.
That's right, our Shelley is about to be lovingly recreated
in cake form.
But where do we start?
That's going to be her shell.
-And then we're going to put the head on and the feet.
So first job is we've got to get the shape.
So we're making a tortoise shape.
-Like an egg shape almost.
'By trimming off little pieces, we start to create Shelley's shape.
'But cut away too much and it's game over.'
-That is a good Shelley shape.
-Yeah, it looks good.
'Next, we cover our cake with buttercream.'
So this is going to fill in all the cracks and get it nice and
-smooth for the icing.
-It's a bit like plastering a house.
You put quite a lot on but there's no way I could make it look anywhere
near as smooth as Molly is.
'When the buttercream's added, it's time to roll out the icing.'
Just like that.
'And after we've got the icing as smooth as possible,
'we can also use it to make Shelley's head and feet.'
-So are you going to make a foot?
-I'm going to make a foot and you're
going to make Shelley's head.
'This is where Molly's incredible skills come into their own.
'She really is awesome.
'By adding small amounts of texture to the icing,
'Shelley really starts to take shape.'
It's amazing how adding just tiny little details
-makes a huge difference.
-She's looking pretty real, I think.
-She's getting there. We just need to put some colour on now.
I've got some food colouring
and I've just watered it down a little bit.
-That's looking really good.
-Well, I've been taught by the best, Moll.
As you can see, we've got quite a way to go here finishing the detail
on Shelley. So for now, if you leave us to it,
we'll get on with this and we'll see you soon at the cake show.
It's competition day and our Blue Peter stand is all set up
with a host of previous Blue Peter pets made by some top designers.
There's Petra, Kari and Oke,
Shep, Mabel, good old Iggy
and, of course, our Shelley.
-How are you feeling, Moll?
-I'm feeling good.
Shelley's looking really good.
But how's she going to do in the competition?
We're going to have to find out.
We are, yes, by getting in our elite team of judges. Cue the slow-mo.
We've put together a top team of BP fans to decide
which cake is number one and they are led by head judge Sally.
You are my lead judges.
It's time for us to choose the top three.
We need to look really closely at proportion, texturing and colouring.
We'll be watching the judges from backstage and, by the way,
they've no idea which cake is ours.
All right, here we go.
So, what do you think of this one?
I like the texture because it looks, like, real and inside the mouth,
it looks really black, like how a dog's mouth would be.
Yes, because it's all shiny, isn't it?
I like how the eyes are kind of different colours
-and the detail in them.
And I like how the fur's rough so it looks like proper fur.
And the character, one ear up and one ear down.
-Yeah, it's quite happy.
-Yes, just like Mabel.
OK, good comments so far about the big cakes,
but it's the littlest cake there
-that we want to get the biggest reaction for, don't we?
But will our carefully constructed Shelley impress the judges?
I like it. That's all the same shape.
-That's exactly how Shelley actually looks, isn't it?
-That's actually really cool.
-They're talking about it a lot.
This is going well. This is going really well.
I like how they've done different things to the paws
and the head because the head's got dots.
That's different, isn't it, all the way round the edge?
Yeah, I think it's really good.
After lots and lots of cake critiquing,
our young judges are ready to announce their top three.
-OK, they're ready. Shall we go?
-Yes, I'm so excited.
-All right, then.
-Hi, guys, how are you?
-Hi, we're good, thank you.
-Molly, it's time for the results.
-Hi, judges, good to see you all.
-So, in third place, we have Shep.
That's right. In second place,
-we have Kari and Oke.
'So, Shelley is still in with a chance. Fingers crossed.'
First place - who is it?
'I cannot believe it!
'The judges loved the texture and detail that helped make
'Shelley look super-realistic, but, let's be honest,
'there's no way I could have done it without Molly's amazing skills.'
It's been a really interesting journey,
not just being here and making the cake with Molly,
but then entering it into a competition as well and to actually
come away as the winner, well, that's just the icing on the cake.
Yeah, always finish on a strong joke, Barney. Good.
Bad joke! See, Shelley is always a winner in my eyes.
She's a little legend and here she is now.
This is the finished Shelley cake.
-Barney, can I have a bit?
OK. Thanks, Barney. Maybe later in the show.
I am definitely going to steal some.
In the meantime, please welcome
the amazingly talented artist Jon Burgerman.
-Hello, hello, hello!
-How are you doing?
-Welcome to Blue Peter or should I say welcome back?
Because you've been on before, haven't you, a few years ago?
-A little while ago, yeah.
-It was nine years, Jon.
-Time flies, doesn't it?
-It certainly does.
We've actually got some footage of back when you were on Blue Peter.
This is 2008 and you made us this amazing kind of mural
for the Blue Peter 50th birthday, didn't you?
Yeah, it was a lot of fun. I did a big doodle for you guys.
And we've got it here now from the Blue Peter archives,
-which is really special.
No, archives - we really look after our Blue Peter makes and bakes.
So, what have you been up to since then?
-Just maybe drawing.
No, come on, you've been up to a bit more than that.
-I made a book which came out today.
and it's called Splat!,
-which we love.
-Now, this inspired a make
we're going to be doing later on. It is so good, isn't it?
Yeah, it's a make involving eggs and splatting
so it's perfect for the Easter holidays.
Well, I can't wait to get involved later and, of course, on Blue Peter,
we love getting creative, but we are not the only ones.
Jon, you are going to love this. Have a look at what Lucia did.
Hi, I'm Lucia and I love Blue Peter and all the makes on the show.
I made this bunting using wooden sticks, stickers, pom-poms,
buttons and other crafty things.
I hope you like it.
-We love it!
-We love it! It's so good. Come on over, Jon.
Now, we can't have a make and bake show without displaying
-your makes and bakes.
-Are you still eating some of the bakes?
These brownies are amazing. So, let's take a look at Lily's pasty.
It's a felt pasty, inspired by the competition
I was part of a few weeks ago.
Look at that - myself, Radzi and Lynsey on the outside.
She's even put the words "yum-yum" on there. Lily, badge - it's yours.
-Thank you very much.
-You can't eat that one, Barney, it's made of felt.
You can eat that, carry on with that.
Harry's been very busy as well, have a look.
Hello, my name's Harry and I love Blue Peter
and all the makes they do on the show.
I love making stuff myself, especially sewing things.
I sewed these three felt dolls of the Blue Peter presenters
Barney, Lynsey and Radzi. I hope you like them.
-Yay, we love that. Stop eating the felt pasty.
-You can't eat that one.
You're so good at presenting, by the way, you lovely lot.
And now here's Nye.
My name is Nye. This is my egg box Shelley.
She's made out of a sock, an egg box and toilet rolls and paint
and glitter and I made it
because I like how tortoises are very, very slow.
It's a good point. Well done, Nye.
I think Nye should be the new Blue Peter presenter. What do you reckon?
-We'll have a word with the bosses.
Jon, what have you found?
I like this piece by Oliver, who's aged seven and from Lancashire.
-He's made the Blue Peter boat out of solid silver.
-That's not an easy shape, is it?
-No, it's a lot of silver.
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-Jon, where were you with the harmony?
All the details are on the website.
Do you reckon that Oliver's made that boat because he's a pirate
-and he had lots of access to silver? Maybe that's what it is.
I think Thomas might be the same because Thomas has requested
that we find out how the new pound coin is made,
which is actually made with silver and gold.
I went to the Royal Mint to find out how they do it.
Hi! Cup of tea, please.
Lovely! Thank you.
So, today, I'm going to be looking at the best make ever.
I'm going to be making money.
Now, you may have noticed recently that the pound coin
has changed from this one to this one.
You may also think that's not a big deal, but it actually is.
Get ready for some serious numbers.
There are around 1.5 billion pound coins
currently being used in the UK.
Around 400 million are kept in savings jars
and they can last for up to 40 years,
but the really scary number is that roughly one in 30 pound coins
is a fake and that's a problem.
So, the guys that make the country's money have stepped in
to take action and we've been given exclusive access
to see how they change...your change. It's funny, that.
Anyway, so we're going somewhere where there's a lot of money.
Yeah, I wish.
Welcome to the Royal Mint.
This room is where all the coins in the UK are made
and we're talking about a serious amount of money.
These machines here can churn out 700 coins a minute
so if we're talking pound coins, that's £1 million a day.
That's enough to pay Taylor Swift, One Direction
and Cristiano Ronaldo to hang out with you.
Some serious money!
To find out more,
I'm meeting one of the curators here at the Royal Mint, Chris Barker.
What do you think it was about the old pound coin
that made it so easy to forge?
It's just that counterfeiters have become so good.
They've become so good at copying it and the round pound doesn't have
as many security features as the new £1 does have.
It's a coin that James Bond would use, isn't it?
Can you talk me through the actual security features of the coin?
You want to go and speak to a guy called Gordon.
He's our chief engraver and he'll be able to tell you more about that.
Gordon - he's our man.
As chief engraver, Gordon is responsible for making sure
the coin not only looks great, but can't be copied easily.
(Kind of a big deal round here.)
He and his team have come up with some very cool ways
to stop counterfeiters copying this new coin.
We've got what we call microtext,
which is really fine lettering just on the inside edge of the coin.
We've got this thing which is a holographic sort of feature.
You look at it in one direction, you see one design.
You look at it in another direction, you see another.
That's really clever. So, that's hard to replicate, I presume?
Everything that we do is to try and make it really difficult
for somebody else to do it and the idea is that it costs them more
than £1 to make a pound coin...
Then it's pointless making the coin, of course.
A very simple question, I guess,
is how you get those two metals to come together as one coin.
It's all done in the press and we've got those presses here
-if you want to have a look at them.
-I would love to. Is that OK?
-Yeah, that'd be no problem at all.
Gordon, thank you very much.
The two parts of the coin are loaded into a machine
using a forklift truck.
Then, with a simple push of a button -
oh, yes, look who's pushing it -
the machine presses the coin together
with a whopping 70 tonnes of pressure.
Once the coin's been pressed, it's dropped into a box,
where it can be checked for quality.
And here it is - the brand-new pound coin that you're going
to be using in next to no time. But the story doesn't end here.
Yes, the pound coins have now been made, but the next challenge
is getting them out to the rest of the country
and that's where these boxes come in.
One thing's for sure, the Royal Mint don't do things by halves.
They don't understand the word "small".
Everything here is enormous. Now, in each one of these boxes is £85,000.
That weighs 664kg.
That means that two of these things together
is the same weight as a hippopotamus.
Just two of them!
This is big.
See? I told you it was big.
So, once our big box of money
has been loaded onto our forklift truck over here,
it makes its way down to this side of the warehouse,
where we have to perform a couple of checks.
Mark, that's EL-1, please.
Thank you. Quick scan.
-Beautiful. Quick scan.
And now it can be loaded onto the van,
which is a bit like a Batmobile.
Well, a white boxy-mobile. Anyway, thank you very much. As you were.
Actually, this truck is awesome.
It's got an armoured wall, there's a locked box at the back
and it is guarded by a fire-breathing dragon.
OK, not a fire-breathing dragon - just me.
But it does have loads of gadgets and gizmos in here
that I can't tell you about, but in the back, it has 20 boxes,
each one of them containing £85,000.
Now, that...is a lot.
It's a lot of money, that.
Once the coins are loaded up,
the trucks head off for coin centres around the country,
where they are double-checked for quality
and then split up into smaller bags.
And it's from here that they are hand-delivered to banks
and shops near you and me.
Thanks very much. So, there you have it.
Now you can spend your new pound coin
in shops up and down the country, knowing the journey its made
before it even gets to your pocket. So cool!
Actually, I should probably spend a penny.
I want a new pound coin, they're so cool!
Speaking of cool, Jon Burgerman's back.
-Welcome back to the show.
-Now, I'm very excited for this make we're about to do.
It was inspired by you, actually,
because when you were last on Blue Peter,
we noticed you said something quite specific about your masterpiece.
Have a look at this.
You've put some of your favourite bits from Blue Peter
across the years - there's a tortoise there.
And I don't know about this one - a bit of egg and chips?
-What's all that about?
-Well, when I was drawing the piece,
I began thinking about my memories of Blue Peter and watching it
as a child so, yeah, this is what I used to eat
when I came home from school.
-See? So, you love eggs, we know you love splat.
You look like a guy who loves a laugh.
-I love laughing, walks in the park.
Well, this make is perfect for you, then. So, Jon, lead the way.
-What are we going to need?
-All right, we need...
OK, so what am I currently stirring? It looks gloopy.
So, this is the glue,
some white paint and the washing-up liquid
and we're going to mix it all together
and we're going to pour a blob of it,
a splat of it, not all of it,
but a bunch of it onto the plastic sheet
and then with our little stirrer,
we're going to mush it round into a kind of egg shape.
-We like the words "mush" and "splat" today.
-Yes, they're nice words.
And then once you're happy with that...
-That's the best I've done all day!
-The yellow mixture... It's lovely.
We're going to put the yolk in
and we're not going to put too much
because it might spread out when it lands.
That's a Blue Peter top tip - not too much yolk.
-Oh, that's too much yolk.
-That was a little too much yolk.
Watch the pro do it. Not too much yolk...
But you can use your little stirrer to sort of spread it out.
-Not too much yolk!
-That's way too much yolk.
All right, we've ruined that a little bit, but it's OK.
-It can be any kind of shape.
Then you're going to need to make your egg shell
so while we wait for that to dry...
We haven't got time for that, have we? It's a live show.
-Let's keep going.
-So, we get a balloon,
we put papier mache, about two layers,
-over the balloon.
And then we can pop the balloon and once you've done your zigzags
and been nice and careful with the scissors,
you should have something that looks like this, your little eggshells.
I'll pass you one. It's painting time,
this is where you can get pretty creative.
-Now, we're going to go for normal eggshells.
-Realistic colour, yeah.
Greys and those kind of colours, but you can be really creative.
We love a bit of that on Blue Peter
so you can do a nice blue one there, you can do stars and stripes.
You can do an army camo one.
Whatever takes your fancy, go for it.
-Now, obviously you'll have more time than us.
That doesn't look that real, but once you've done them...
Here you go. They should look something like this.
-These are some we...
All right, so once we have those, they're nice and dry,
then we get our splatted eggs and we peel them off the plastic and BOOM!
You have a hilarious egg splat. You can add some googly eyes to the egg.
A bit of character. We like that. If you do make one,
make sure you take a pic and send it to us because we want to see it.
Now, Jon, as I said, it is a live show.
You didn't know that we were going to do this,
but you have been on Blue Peter twice doing different things, which
means that you have earned yourself your very own little silver badge.
-There you go, Jon.
Congrats! Enjoy it. We love it.
Oh, it's us!
So, anyway, we asked you to get in touch
and send us comments about what you would like us
to make or bake on the show. Salmon Mash Cat says,
"Can you please make the Eiffel Tower out of chocolate?
"It'll be funny to watch." That's a cracker.
Blobs For Life, great name, says, "I think they could make a cake,
"but they're blindfolded with children helping them."
Are you up for that?
-Guys, have you had fun today coming on?
-We've had fun with your cakes. Thank you very much.
-We like that.
You've had fun today. Stop stealing the emoji biscuits, come on.
-Salmon Mash Cat... Did you say that one, Barns?
Salmon Mash Cat?
OK, Glass Mammoth Goat says,
"Can you make models like the Danger Mouse car make?"
-Yeah, but as in make it like a cake?
-Oh, I see.
-Like with liquorice wheels or something like that.
-I'm on that one!
-That's going to take days.
Tallulah Pancake, "White chocolate Rocky Road Easter cakes
"along with some jazzy Easter decorations." Yes!
Biggest CBBC Fan says,
"I think the presenters should make the tallest cake possible
"with lots of layers and lots of different fillings in between."
-I wonder how big the tallest cake is.
-We could make a Radzi cake.
-Life size, how good would that be?
Molly's actually made a pony. You know Molly in that film?
She's made a real-size pony.
-So she could make a real-size Radzi no problem at all.
-Jon, would you like to read a comment?
Apricot Spotty Jedi says, "Making Easter baskets
"and filling them with chocolate eggs blindfolded."
That's more of a challenge as well as a make and a bake.
Thank you so much for getting in touch and sending in your comments.
We might even give one of those a try.
I'm thinking about the Danger Mouse one. It's genius.
Make sure you're watching next week. There's so much going on.
In the meantime, get onto the Blue Peter website
because there's a great bake quiz. Look at his little face!
As well as that, Nikki Lilly, the winner of Junior Bake Off,
is there giving her top tips, both advanced and beginners.
Not to mention, myself and Lynsey
will be taking on a scientist Greg Foot science challenge
JP Cooper's also going to be in the studio singing his September Song.
It's a beautiful song. I can't wait to hear it next week.
Thank you so much for being here this week.
There's going to be baby lambs, too. We'll see you next week.
-That's really cute.
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It's the Blue Peter make and bake special!
Just in time for Easter, artist Jon Burgerman makes some fun egg splats, we'll show you how to make some edible emoji faces and emoji poos, and Barney enters a cake competition!