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Fun Halloween Crafts: Candy Centerpieces
Looking for fun and frightful Halloween centerpieces and crafts to spook your home? Try this awesome candy bar bouquet. It will impress your family members and party guests alike, and it will look great on a table or mantel. Are you ready to add a little bit of creepiness to your place? Follow this easy tutorial on how to make a creeptastic chocolate bar bouquet.
To make this Halloween centerpiece you will need:
Step 1. Decorate the container for your bouquet.
Don’t throw away empty tin cans; they are great for various craft projects. Use a clean empty can. I used a can of olives (2 1/2" diameter and 4 1/2” high) in this project.
Wrap the can with orange tissue paper, securing it with a glue stick. Secure paper to the bottom of the can with clear packing tape.
Print this black and white bats tag and glue it to the front of the can.
Step 2. Make Hershey’s candy flowers.
Use Hershey’s chocolate bars (I used 6 in this craft project).
Cut a piece of orange tissue paper. Place a chocolate bar in the middle of this piece face down. Attach a piece of double-sided adhesive tape to the back of the bar and secure the tissue paper onto it. Glue the ends of the paper together with a glue stick.
Print and glue a themed tag in the middle of each Hershey’s chocolate bar on the front side.
Take two wooden skewers and secure them together with brown floral tape.
Using a low-temperature glue gun, attach this stick to the back of the chocolate piece. For additional security, place a piece of clear packing tape over it.
Step 3. Make black candy flowers.
Prepare sweets in black wrappers.
If you can’t find them:
Secure three candy pieces onto a wooden skewer with brown floral tape.
Step 4. Tie a bow around each flower stem.
I used 1/2" black and orange satin ribbon.
Step 5. Insert floral foam into the container.
Step 6. Start arranging your candy bouquet.
Insert sweets in the center first.
Then place the shortest sweet flowers in the front.
Finally, insert sweets in the back so your arrangement looks good all around.
I would love for you to share your centerpiece ideas and fun crafts for Halloween.
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