Candy Bouquet

30/05/2014, 10:30

A candy bouquet is an original and memorable gift for any occasion, especially desired by those with a sweet tooth. If one of your relatives or friends has a holiday, make a candy bouquet together with your child.

You will need:

  • Crepe paper of pink, blue & green colors

  • PVA glue

  • Threads

  • Candies

  • Wooden skewers for kebabs  

  • Adhesive tape

  • Piece of a fine fabric 

  • Ribbon

 

Fix candies to the skewers by means of an adhesive tape.

Cut out some petals from crepe paper and use threads to fix them to the skewer, wrapping candies in some layers. Every time you make a petal, drip a glue dropp.

After all the petals are collected, cut off a thread and we stick it on the skewer. Fix the leaflets cut out from the paper of green color to the skewer with a thread by spreading some glue.

Cut out a strip of green paper. Spread some glue on it and glue it on all skewers round about. But where threads are visible, do layer thicker. Similarly do more flowers.

Make a bouquet by connecting skewers with adhesive tape, adding more leaves from green paper. Add fabric with the help of an adhesive tape round the bouquet, add a piece of paper, and tie a ribbon.

Merry and sweet holiday!

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