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How to Make a Candy Corsage

Start a birthday tradition by honoring your one-of-a-kind daughter with a one-of-a-kind candy corsage.

Instructions

  • Step 1: Make tear drops Make teardrop shapes with your 3-inch lengths of ribbon and hot glue the ends along the perimeter of the piece of plastic.
  • TIP: Overlap the ends of the ribbon to make your teardrop shape.
  • Step 2: Make more tear drops Make a second layer of teardrop shapes out of the 2-inch ribbons and glue them on top of the first layer.
  • Step 3: Fill in empty spots Glue pieces of tulle and decorative beads among the ribbon teardrops. Be creative with your design.
  • Step 4: Hot glue candy to plastic piece Glue your candy to the plastic to complete your corsage.
  • Step 5: Glue to tie tacks Glue three tie tacks to the back of the plastic piece and pin the corsage on your girl.
  • FACT: The average American consumes approximately 25 pounds of candy each year. The average American consumes approximately 25 pounds of candy each year.

You Will Need

  • Assorted 3-inch lengths of ribbon
  • Assorted 2-inch lengths of ribbon
  • A hot-glue gun
  • A 2- by 1-inch piece of plastic
  • Tulle
  • Decorative beads
  • Candy
  • 3 tie tacks

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