Introduction: Halloween Candy Wreath (Kids Friendly)
This wreath as stated above is kids friendly, which means lil ones would be awed instead scared when looking at it :)
You can hang it on the wall, entrance door, above dessert table, etc.
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Step 1: Materials and Method
Wreath made of branches (you can make yourself or get it at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, or any other stores that offer crafts materials)
Lollipops, round ones (chupachup) and flat ones
Cupcake picks - Halloween theme (from Dollarstore)
Spider web (from Dollarstore)
Orange and black crepe paper
Double side sticky tape
Black craft paper
Ribbons, orange and black
See-through orange plastic (from Dollarstore)
Lollipop Scary Pumpkins:
Cover lollipops (flat ones) with orange craft paper and with double side sticky tape, attach lollipop to skewers.
Cover the skewers with black and/or orange crepe paper and securing the end with double side sticky tape
Make eyes and grins using the black craft paper and attach it on the lollipop
Give ribbons - you just made yourself a scary pumpkin!
Cover chupachups with black crepe paper and using the same method above, secure with sticky tape, attach on skewers
With black craft paper, make bat wings and cut eye using white paper
Attach eyes and wings with glue, give ribbons - and you made bats!
Attach the cupcake pics on skewers using the same method above.
Cover wreath with orange crepe paper, securing with regular sticky tape or double side sticky tape and place skewered goodies here and there, and adjust the skewers length, cut if necessary.
Wrap wreath with spider web and your decoration is good to go!
Participated in the
Halloween Decor Contest 2015