Candy Couture

13
Nov
2014

I can’t help not to share with you: A new way to present candies…. Perhaps you can use the ideas for upcoming Thanksgiving or Christmas gathering.

The first picture is Over the rainbow necklace.  It was created by Eighteen25 for Saint Patrick’s day.

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You’ll need: froot loops – yarn – and scotch tape Cut a piece of yarn and wrap one of the ends with tape to make it easy to thread through the cereal. Let the kids string them in the rainbow pattern they like or in all st. patty’s day green. Tie them on and then see how long they last.

This one was created by andCute using fondant.  For sure my daughter will like this activity, but not sure if the fondant will ever make it to a necklace.

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Last but not least, the last pictures were from Kendra Scott.  Her candy couture are super fancy and yummy ….

Move kids, it’s mommies turn now…..

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I hope you like this post as much as I do.  What other things do you make with your kids with cereals and candies?

 

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