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Making a Candy Bouquet

Making a Candy Bouquet

A fun gift to create for a special candy lover. This guide is about making a candy bouquet.


Video: Valentine's Day Candy Bouquet

Surprise your sweetie with this candy bouquet on a special day. Check out this video and learn how easy it is to make.

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Video: Candy Bouquet With Candy Vase

Check out how easy it is to make your own candy bouquet in this short video. Candy bouquets are a great gift on any special occasion.

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Tip: Candy Bouquet

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

Approximate Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 1 bouquetCandy 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


  1. Gather candy, skewers, vase, Styrofoam block, tape and decorative foil.
  2. Candy Bouquet
  3. Tape skewers to the back of candy. Add Styrofoam block and decorative foil to vase.
  4. Candy Bouquet
  5. Push skewers into foam block. Enjoy!
  6. Candy Bouquet

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Candy Bouquet With Candy Vase

candy bouquet

Candy bouquets are a fun gift to give or receive, but they can be expensive to buy! Luckily they are easy to make yourself and much cheaper.

Approximate Time: 40 minutes


  • 4 "movie boxes" of candy (all the same size)
  • full size candies
  • miniature candies
  • wooden dowels
  • floral foam block
  • hot glue gun
  • tissue paper


  1. Run a line of glue down the side of one box, then attach it to back of a second box. Repeat until all four boxes are attached to form the vase.
  2. making candy vasegluing edge
  3. Measure the opening in the vase. Cut the floral block down to fit inside. Cut it about 1/2 inch shorter than the vase, too. Insert it into the vase.
  4. inserting foam
  5. Run a line of hot glue down the back of each large candy bar. Attach the dowel and allow to dry. Repeat with the mini candy bars. NOTE: If you glue the dowel onto the loose flap on the back of the candy bar, you may want to put a small amount of glue under the flap to hold it in place. This will keep the candy from flopping around on the dowel.
  6. large candiesmini candies
  7. Arrange the candies into a bouquet by poking them into the foam. Once you are happy with the arrangement, carefully remove the foam block from the vase.
  8. arrange bouquet
  9. Set the foam block onto a piece of tissue paper, then pull the sides up to cover the block. Gently side the foam block back into the vase. Arrange the tissue edges to cover up the exposed dowels.
  10. wrap with tissue

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Making a Valentine's Day Candy Bouquet

Valentine's Day Candy BouquetThis is a guide about making a Valentine's Day candy bouquet. Flowers are beautiful and a delightful gift to receive, but you can't eat them. Try this candy bouquet instead or in addition to the traditional bouquet of flowers.

Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

candy bar bouquet


  • 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.

  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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