How To Make Large, Faux CHRISTMAS CANDY Decorations using pool noodles

How to Make Large Christmas Candy Decorations - using pool noodles, paper, cellophane and ribbon. These would be perfect for a large tree where you need large ornaments - The Seasonal Home

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Gumdrops Make large gumdrops out of plastic sand pails. Simply coat the outside of each pail with spray-on glue then sprinkle on clear glitter to give them the sugary look of a gumdrop. Allow the pails to dry completely then turn them upside down and place them in clusters or along the pathway.

Turn my house into a gingerbread house! Make large gumdrops out of plastic sand pails. Simply coat the outside of each pail with spray-on glue then sprinkle on clear glitter to give them the sugary look of a gumdrop.

We made a walkway out of foam sheets that led to our door. We made yard lollipops out of spray-painted dowels, balloons, colored cello and ribbon.

Candyland theme walkway made out of foam sheets that led to our door. We made yard lollipops out of spray-painted dowels, balloons, colored cello and ribbon.

“ Peppermint Lollipop Decor Idea ”

Peppermint Lollipop Decor Idea - christmasseazon

DIY your Christmas gifts this year with 925 sterling silver photo charms from GLAMULET. Peppermint lollipop decor - perfect idea for the shops holiday window display

Here are the cardboard Candyland pieces. Cut out two sides of the candy-man shape, use hot glue to create the hairline/face/outfit, and paint. Then glue the front to the back with a strip of cardboard so it's 3D. Place colored pieces of paper onto the ground and you've got a life-size Candyland game - perfect for a child's party or youth group game! @Maegan Hambrick

Cut out two sides of the candy-man shape, use hot glue to create the hairline/face/outfit & paint.

Enter into Candyland through this lollipop and candy-covered arch! | Balloons by Tommy | #balloonsbytommy

Enter into Candyland through this lollipop and candy-covered arch! Balloons by Tommy - Photo Gallery - Arches Designed by Tommy DeLorenzo, Chicago, IL

These Candy Land Directional Signs will shows us all the important places in the world of Candy Land.

These Candy Land Directional Signs show all the important places in the world of Candy Land. The Candy Land Directional Signs are a great way to decorate for your Candy Land themed party and more!

Arm candy, literally! Use sprinkles to make wearable bangle bracelets. Such a fun DIY for kids during arts and crafts. http://www.ehow.com/how_12340699_diy-sprinkle-bangle-bracelet.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

DIY Sprinkle Bangle Bracelet

Some Candyland party ideas inside. - CafeMom      www.cafemom.com

Enrolment idea Candy Land Board Game For the Halloween party we threw at the Pink Palace, I created a life-size Candy Land game that guests walked down in order to get into the party

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