Let's craft with candy. You can use any candy you like. It can be wrapped or not, and your finished craft can be edible or not. You can also use other items in your project, and it does not have to be made using candy alone. Grab some candy and start experimenting. Browse through these projects and then grab some candy and start crafting.
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Advent Candy Tree and Poem
Use colorful, wrapped candies as decorations on this cardboard Christmas tree.
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Discover how you can use candy bars to tell a story or write a letter of congratulations.
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Candy Cane Reindeer
A visitor named Reginald shared directions to help you make a reindeer using a candy cane and some basic craft supplies.
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Candy Christmas House
This candy house, made by Laurel, was made with a base of boxes from crackers and hot cocoa.Continue to 5 of 18 below.
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Follow these simple instructions to learn how you can use a couple of Hershey brand kisses to make a rose bud.
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Decorate a flower pot and then fill it with tasty flowers made using candy.
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Candy Sucker Ghost
Gather the kids around the craft table and show them how to make little ghosts out of a sucker, a Kleenex, and a chenille stem.
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Use these instructions to make a wreath for Christmas, or for any occasion, using seasonal candies.Continue to 9 of 18 below.
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These cute, miniature fish bowls are easy to make, and they are great to use as a party decoration or favor.
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Have fun constructing a faux gingerbread house using graham crackers instead of gingerbread. Have fun decorating it with frosting and candies.
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Heart Candy Bouquet
Follow these instructions shared by a visitor named Lana and you can make a fancy bouquet featuring a heart-shaped candy flower.
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Discover how easy it is to dress up a sucker to look like a little scarecrow using a scrap of muslin and a few basic craft supplies.Continue to 13 of 18 below.
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Mother's Day Candy Bouquet
You can craft amazing looking flowers using a piece of candy and a piece of crepe paper. You can make one or an entire bouquet full.
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Printable Candy Bar Wrappers
You can make personalized candy bar wrappers to use for any occasion by using printable mailing labels.
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This cute candy holder is made using a plastic circle cut from a milk jug, some card stock, and some small candies.
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Check out these directions, shared by Heather, and you can create a fun card for a teacher using a Smarties candy and a Dum-Dum sucker.Continue to 17 of 18 below.
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Wedding Candy Bar
Follow this advice if you want to make a candy display at your next party or big event. We made this yellow one for my daughter's wedding.
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This little mummy treat was used by simply wrapping a small package of candy in tissue paper.