Making a Candy Bouquet

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These are perfect for graduations, birthdays, thank yous, or get well soon!

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Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 1 bouquet

Supplies:

  • 10-15 bite size candies
  • 10-15 skewers
  • 1 roll tape
  • 1 vase
  • 1 florist Styrofoam block
  • 2 sheets decorative tissue paper or foil

Steps:

  1. Gather candy, skewers, vase, Styrofoam block, tape and decorative foil.
  2. Tape skewers to the back of candy. Add Styrofoam block and decorative foil to vase.
  3. Push skewers into foam block. Enjoy!
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Materials:

  • 2 fern silk flowers
  • 3 silk roses
  • 6 candy bars
  • 6 candy bars wrappers from professional or make up
  • your own with computer
  • 6 plastic floral card holders
  • green tissue paper
  • curling ribbon or cloth ribbon

Instructions:

    Take candy bars and wrap with professional candy wrappers as I did. I sell these glossy wrappers, but you can do something similar with your computer or gift wrap and lettering.

  1. Wrap bars and attach to plastic floral picks the kind similar to when you purchase real flowers and there is a card attached, but these are a bit wider to hold candy bar.
  2. Place several sheets of green tissue at a diagonal and place ferns and candy bars and flowers. Wrap tissue and tie with bow. This can also be done for graduations, birthdays, whatever.

By Carol from MA

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