Faux Cotton candy. Cute front yard decorating ideas. My Home Grown Art: My Gingerbread House

Cotton candy is quilting batting, spray painted pink, then hot glued around a PVC pipe. I used Staz-on cleaner to take off the printing on the pipe. The pipe slips over a garden stake to hold it in the ground.

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

DIY hard candy garland.  Use sturdy foam plates and tissue paper.  http://deannasstuff.blogspot.com/2009/07/six-is-sweet-party-sweet-success.html

This candy garland. white sturdy paper plates and wrapped them in bright colored tissue and twisted and tied on each side and then strung together.

Last step:  Buy some plain garland with no embellishments. Take all of your candy pieces and with a glue gun, glue them on the garland. Top off with a few small toys like colorful plastic balls.... Sprinkle with glitter and there ya go!

Last step: Buy some plain garland with no embellishments. Take all of your candy pieces and with a glue gun, glue them on the garland. Top off with a few small toys like colorful plastic balls.

christmas-lights into plastic corsage box, wrap with cellophane,use pipe cleaners to twist ends, lights hang out and go to next "candy"

Mardi Gras Carnival Fortune telling booth christmas-lights into plastic corsage box, wrap with cellophane,use pipe cleaners to twist ends, lights hang out and go to next "candy"

I was invited to the most creative baby shower I’ve ever attended. My girlfriend’s mother owns an event planning company and wow, just wow! Super cute Willy Wonka theme, adorable for a …

Oompa Loompa doompadee doo…

The garland was super cute – cellophane wrapped around colored balloons with ribbon ties to separate the “candies” – super fun!

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