I adore this gift idea for the holidays – Reindeer Noses! So freakin’ cute! These photos and the idea is from CraftingintheCountry.blogspot.com. Each bag contains 8 chocolate malt balls and one red candy coated malt ball representing Santa’s reindeer plus Rudolph. Here’s what you need: Milk Chocolate Malt Balls Red Candy Coated Malt Balls Presto! You’ve got Reindeer Noses!
‘Tis the Season to start planning for your Christmas festivities! Are you one of those people who is super prepared and knows exactly what you’re getting everyone? Or do you wait until the last minute? I definitely fall into the “planner” category. In fact, I normally have all of my Christmas shopping done by Cyber Monday. If I’m being honest, I usually do ALL of my Christmas shopping on Cyber.
Candy Shoppe (or Sweet Shoppe) parties are a big trend these days, and it’s no wonder why – they’re awesome! Every little kid’s dream is to have their own candy shoppe, with lots of eye-catching, mouth-watering candy at their disposal. So why not indulge for a very special birthday party and set up a Candy Shoppe Party that’s the envy of the neighborhood! One of my favorite Candy Shoppe parties.
You guys, this is the cutest Christmas Candy Craft that I’ve ever seen. LOOK! These Christmas Candy Gift sleighs were created by Ellyn’s Place and are just about the most adorable candy gift that you could give someone. Here is what you need: Candy Canes Kit Kats Hershey’s Miniatures OR Madelaines Chocolate Boxes Glue Gun Ribbons For the full tutorial, plus some tricks and tips, click here to EllynsPlace.blogspot.com! And.
Some of you might not realize all of the amazing things you can do by buying bulk candy. Whether you’re planning a holiday feast, a kid’s birthday party, having a major bake-off, or designing a candy buffet, you might be missing out buying your candy, nuts, and chocolate at the grocery store. Don’t believe me? Here are some of my favorite reasons to buy bulk candy, chocolate and nuts: 1..
Sweet, soft, girly pink ballerina parties are among my absolute favorite party themes for girls. Sure, not all girls are into them, but many MANY girls are VERY into it. And why not? It’s fun to dress up like a ballerina, wear something pink and girlie that makes you feel pretty. And prance and dance around with your friends while eating pastel pink candy and sweets. One of my favorite.
Do you want to see some gorgeous and inexpensive Thanksgiving Candy Centerpieces? I know you do, which is why that is all we’re talking about today. One of the best candy for a Thanksgiving Candy Centerpiece is none other than candy corn. It’s not just for Halloween, people. It’s for Thanksgiving, too! And it makes an excellent base from which to place candles to create a festive, warm, sweet-scented centerpiece.
There are really just so darn many Thanksgiving candy crafts that you can make with your kids floating around the internetz these days. Earlier today we posted this awesome Reese’s Pieces Turkey from CleanandScentscible.com. Remember? It was only about 3 hours ago. But then we found these amazing “Cornucopias” filled with candy and thought we better share this too since we’re getting super close to Thanksgiving and if you’re going.
This is one of my most favorite Thanksgiving Crafts EVER! I came across this on Pinterest (where else?) and it’s a fabulous Thanksgiving craft for kids. You will need: Reese’s Pieces (buy in bulk here!) Pipe Cleaners Tulle Google Eyes Glue Tiny elastic ties The full tutorial on how to make these is available here on this fabulous website, CleanAndScentsible.com. You’ll probably want to budget some time into browsing the.
With Thanksgiving breathing down our necks, it’s hard to think much beyond that big turkey day and the shopping extravaganza that follows. However, Hanukkah is right around the bend (this year it’s December 16 – 24), which means if you have Festival of Lights festivities that you and your family takes part in, now is the time to start planning. Today our event of the week is Hanukkah, and we’re.