Candy Globes

Here is a modern variation on the Candy Trees I posted previously.  They are just as creative and simple to make.  For a centerpiece you could try a grouping in different sizes and heights.  These aren't just for Halloween either.  A gum drop or peppermint one would be great for Christmas!

Candy Globes

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YOU'LL NEED:

  • Styrofoam balls
  • Black spray paint
  • Low-temperature glue gun
  • Assorted candy such as Reese's Pieces, candy corn, black gumdrops, jelly rings and Skittles

ASSEMBLE GLOBES

1. Spray balls with black paint. Let dry.

2. Glue candy to balls in a uniform pattern, working in concentric circles around the entire ball. Let dry completely before displaying on cake stands, vases or glasses.

(photo and how to from allyou.com)

3 Comments

  • Pennie

    October 5, 2009

    I love these centerpieces – especially the RP one! So creative and festive! Thanks for the idea!!

  • Chris@Celebrations At Home

    October 5, 2009

    OMG, these are awesome!

  • susan crabtree

    October 8, 2009

    love these-how cute would it be to have a bunch of these hanging over a candy bar for Halloween!

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