These wrapped candies can be clustered together and placed in a small bowl, or glued together and hung from your tree. No matter how you show them off, they are super easy to make! You'll need scrap chipboard, patterned paper, buttons, a straw, scraps of cellophane, baker's twine, tiny jingle bells and word stickers.
- Cut out chipboard circles (1"-2") and cover them with patterned paper. Ink the edges, if desired.
- To create a thicker piece of candy, glue several chipboard circles together before covering the ends with patterned paper, or add a shiny button.
- Trim a piece of scrap cellophane twice as wide and twice as long as your overall dimensions. Wrap the piece around the chipboard circles and tape it off on the back. Twist the ends and tie them with baker's twine.
- For the long pieces of candy, wrap patterned paper around a 2" length of straw and glue at the seam. Wrap it in a scrap of cellophane and tie off the ends with baker's twine.
- To finish off the candy pieces, tie on small jingle bells and word sentiments.
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