Making a Candy Bouquet
A fun gift to create for a special candy lover. This guide is about making a candy bouquet
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These are perfect for graduations, birthdays, thank yous, or get well soon!
Total Time: 10 minutes
Yield: 1 bouquet
- 10-15 bite size candies
- 10-15 skewers
- 1 roll tape
- 1 vase
- 1 florist Styrofoam block
- 2 sheets decorative tissue paper or foil
- Gather candy, skewers, vase, Styrofoam block, tape and decorative foil.
- Tape skewers to the back of candy. Add Styrofoam block and decorative foil to vase.
- Push skewers into foam block. Enjoy!
March 21, 20160 found this helpful
This is great I will use at my daughters communion. I am doing a candy table. My colors are white and baby pink. Any ideas send them over. Madeline
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- 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
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.
- 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.
- 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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December 8, 20080 found this helpful
Where can you purchase the plastic floral picks the kind similar to when you purchase real flowers? There is a card attached but these are a bit wider to hold candy bar.
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