paper plates and cellophane used to make candy for candy land decorations

Alice says: pinned this one for the candy decoration idea with cellophane. They also used starburst candy for the squares on thr cake.

Faux Cotton candy. Cute front yard decorating ideas. My Home Grown Art: My Gingerbread House

Cotton candy is quilting batting, spray painted pink, then hot glued around a PVC pipe. I used Staz-on cleaner to take off the printing on the pipe. The pipe slips over a garden stake to hold it in the ground.

How To Make Large, Faux CHRISTMAS CANDY Decorations using pool noodles

How to Make Large Christmas Candy Decorations - using pool noodles, paper, cellophane and ribbon. These would be perfect for a large tree where you need large ornaments - The Seasonal Home

Last step:  Buy some plain garland with no embellishments. Take all of your candy pieces and with a glue gun, glue them on the garland. Top off with a few small toys like colorful plastic balls.... Sprinkle with glitter and there ya go!

Last step: Buy some plain garland with no embellishments. Take all of your candy pieces and with a glue gun, glue them on the garland. Top off with a few small toys like colorful plastic balls.

christmas-lights into plastic corsage box, wrap with cellophane,use pipe cleaners to twist ends, lights hang out and go to next "candy"

Mardi Gras Carnival Fortune telling booth christmas-lights into plastic corsage box, wrap with cellophane,use pipe cleaners to twist ends, lights hang out and go to next "candy"

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Here's a Christmas decorating tip- Instead of make full garlands around doors, windows or transoms; use an evergreen swag bend it into a 90 degree angle and add a whimsical, funky bow!

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