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Some of the best candymaking ideas could be taking place right inside the house next door!
Check out these ideas from our friends and neighbors across the country.
Projects Courtesy of
Pumpkin Cupcake Topper
She used the smiling pumpkin candy mold without lollipop sticks. Frosted cupcakes,
added the topper and used a lollipop stick to support the topper. She then added sprinkles to the cupcake for added effect.
The 3rd graders at Windom Elementary made our Franken-Mallow project for their Halloween party!
For more pictures from the Franken-Mallow outing, visit the photos section of our Facebook page!
Witch's Hat & Broom
Melted white candy wafers topped with a
witch's hat made from a sandwich cookie and a Bugle covered in dark
chocolate flavored candy wafer. Also topped with a witch's broom made
from a pretzel stick and coconut shavings.
Sue K. - Wegmans: Amherst St.
Christmas Time Brownies
|Brownies frosted and decorated with painted Christmas Decoration Minis Candy mold.|
|Pour a layer of melted chocolate wafers on waxed paper. Then pour a layer of melted vanilla wafers over the chocolate. Sprinkle with crushed candy canes and use a fork to swirl through the melted wafers. Allow to harden, then break off into bite-size pieces.|
|Decorate Make'n Mold candy boxes with markers and Make'n Mold holiday seals.|
Pat and Jimmy,
So. Buffalo, NY
Dipped Marshmallow Treats
|Take lollipop sticks, add two marshmallows and dip them in chocolate. Then sprinkle all kinds of good stuff on the chocolate before it sets. This lollipop was made by a two-year old! It's that easy!|
|My 5, 7, and 9 year old tested this project out and since they liked it I used it for my son's first grade Valentine's Day party craft.|
1. Prepare plaster of paris as instructed. Pour into Double Heart Candy Mold, allow to dry per instructions, turn pieces out and allow to dry further as instructed on plaster of paris.
2. Paint using acrylic paints. If desired add glitter or heart shapes using Elmer's school glue. Allow to dry and coat with spray sealer.
3. Attach magnets to the back using hot glue gun.