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Making candy bouquets
Edible crafts for kids
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How to make candy
Crafts with Candy: Candy Bouquet Projects submitted by our subscribers.
Unique Birthday Gifts - Candy Bouquet
Easter Crafts with Candy
Candy Bouquets - Gifts for Any Occasion
Candy Bouquet in a Glass by
Jeannie McCarraher (visit her website The Party Pops)
Candy Bouquet in a Mug by Dorothy Cooper
To make this candy arrangement you will need: a huge coffee mug flower pot from walmart, floral taped skews, shredded paper, large styrofoam ball, newspaper (to put around the floral ball in the pot to make a tighter fit), bluefin/sticks, cellophane and coordinating tissue paper (take color cues from the pot), various chocolate candies (make sure to include: kisses, small individuall wrapped reases cups, raffaello).
Candy arrangement by Jennifer Dy, Mandaue city, Philippines
"I just wanted to share something I made for my friend's birthday. Thank you for your book, it really inspires me."
NoteIf you don't know how to make candy flowers like the ones in the picture, see how to make candy flowers
Baby Shower Candy Bouquets by Kelly Walker
"Lana, Here are the 'candy bouquets' I made for my granddaughters baby
shower. We used tin cans as a cost saver and wrapped then with
scrapbooking paper. The can on the right was wrapped with two different
ribbons. Mint patties are behind the circle/scallop decorations.
Candy Arrangement for Pastor's Appreciation Month
"I made a coffee arrangement for Pastor's Appreciation Month. It has instant coffee, a sweetened flavoring and in the back red packet is creamer. Coffee pot is rubber stamped with Perk Up!"
Candy Cake by Monique Boyd
Candy Cake by Jennifer Dy
Candy Cake with Strawberries by Marque Diamondcrest
Marque used a ceramic flower pot for this candy cake arrangement. He attached the candy to the pot using hot glue. He placed Styrofoam piece in the pot; inserted strawberries in the foam and glue Reese cups. Looks really delicious. You can glue the cake to the cake dolly or place it on a tray adding some candy around the cake as shown in the picture.
More Candy Cakes by Marque Diamondcrest
Candy Craft Project by Melisa M. Nguyen
Candy Centerpieces by Sherene Robinson
Candy Bouquet Gift for Dad by Mary O. (visit her site)
Christmas candy crafts
Valentine Candy Bouquets
Nancy Raivala made these candy arrangements for her niece and nephew
Candy Bouquet for a Luau Party by Mary Jansen, NY
Graduation Bouquet by Yvonne
The bouquet was made of 30 - 35 chocolate lollipops that Yvonne molded.
Edible Snack Bouquet by Marque Diamondcrest
"My daughter and I can up with this snack pack using a tall can of mountain dew, twix candy bar, soft batch cookies, orbits gum, 1 bag of Doritos and 1 bag of lays potato chips. We used floral foam wrapped in cellophane, curling ribbon, wooden skewers, glue gun and tape to hold the snacks onto the skewers. It was super fun and cheap to make. We did this for under 5.00!!!! I thought I would share this fun little project with you so that you could post it on your site. Your site always inspires us!!!!"
Candy Trees by Rivka
Candy Bouquet by Lynne Harding
Cute Candy Centerpieces by Linda Paulin
"If you want to quickly and easily learn how to make candy bouquets either to start your own business or just to be able to make amazing memorable gifts for any occasion, check out my valuable “illustrated” step-by-step guides "How to make beautiful candy bouquets for fun and profit" and "Candy bouquet designs"quot;.
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