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I love creating my own gifts because they come from the heart and can be customized for the person receiving the gift. One of my favorite gifts to create is a Candy Bouquet. Who doesn’t like to receive a great bouquet filled with their favorite sweet treats? Normally, I make them full of sweet treats but this time, I decided to mix it up. In honor of Mother’s Day and the lovely Spring weather peaking it’s head out behind the long cold winter, I have created a Mother’s Day Candy Bouquet. It is simple to make if you know how to Make Your Own Candy Bouquets and just has a few minor changes. So check out how to add some wow to your Candy Bouquet and surprise those special women in your life. Continue reading
The candy bouquets at the store look nice but they are so overpriced with a few supplies and a trip to the Dollar Store you can make your own candy bouquets and save. Continue reading
Everyone loves candy and Halloween is a perfect time to get creative. I love making these cute bouquets because they are a great gift and make a very attractive and tasty centerpiece to display. These are simple and easy to make. My daughter created this one to give to my mom for her birthday. Continue reading
My mom saw this idea at her local grocery store and almost bought one until she seen the price tag of $16. She knew that even a craft challenged person like me could make this and wanted to share. For a total of $4 , she created this cute gift that my dad will love on Valentine’s Day. That is if he doesn’t find it before, he has a habit of finding hidden chocolate.
Supplies for your Candy Bouquet
Vase or Glass (perfect for recycling old vases or even empty tall jars)
Bamboo Kabob Skewers
Suckers of Small Candy to fill bottom of the vase
Pack of Single Size Candy Bars
Tape or Hot Glue Gun
How to Assemble your Candy Bouquet
1. Make sure vase is clean and dry.
2. Fill bottom of vase with Dum Dum Suckers
3. Glue/Tape Reese Cups to Skewers.
4. Stick Skewers into vase. Suckers will provide support.
5. Take Tissue Paper and fill in around skewers.
Special thanks to Judy for sharing this with us.
Other Candy Bouquet Options:
Skittles and Laffy Taffy
M&Ms and Mini Reese Cups
Smarties and Sprees
Nestle Crunch with Hershey Kisses.
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Topic: Candy Bouquet