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Giving gifts to loved ones is a form of gratitude. Whether it's gratitude because people we love in good health or even in a state of illness.

Giving gifts at certain moments is a wise and brilliant idea. But sometimes we are confused about giving a gift like what ?. Instead of confused, we can give a gift of a bouquet. Bouquet given can be various types. You can also experiment with bouquets of favorite objects of people who will receive your bouquet. You can be creative with a bouquet of flowers, bouquet of snacks, chocolate bouquet, makeup bouquet and much more. But if you give a bouquet of flowers would over time the flower will wither, and if give a makeup bouquet must be expensive.

Well here I will make a bouquet at the price of 15 K, because supposedly said all girls will be happy if rewarded with flowers. In fact, not all girls like to br rewarded flowers. If you can choose many will prefer rewarded bouquet of snacks, the material is super simple and certainly good. The result is also not less cool and guaranteed that will receive super happy.

Okay we just see how the process of making it



How to make:

  1. Glue the front of the snack and paste another snack
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  1. Glue the back and paste the snack

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  1. Glue again the back of the snack on the right and left side then paste the snack

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  1. Then glue the backside in the middle then paste the snack

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  1. Last paste the snack at the top then give the ribbon to beautify the look of your bouquet




DIY Edible Arrangement: How To Make A Food BouquetAhhh Valentine’s Day. The most magical and most dreaded holiday of the year. If you’re single, all you can do is squint your eyes and cringe through all of the lame heart shaped jewelry commercials. If you’ve got a special someone, you spend it anxiously waiting to find out whether or not they remembered to make a dinner reservation. Does anyone else feel like they can’t escape those nasty candy hearts and sh*t boxed chocolates? I don’t want some cardboard flavored chocolate filled with cherries.

Sorry, not sorry.

Most of the treats you find in the aisles of Target define Valentine’s Day, but I’d rather just skip them and head for the drive through. Whether it’s your best friends birthday, your significant other is a true foodie, or you totally spaced that it’s almost Valentine’s Day and need a last minute gift… my edible arrangement DIY is SOOOOO much better than anything you can buy in a store. And you’ll score major bonus points for making something yourself! And before you say it, no this isn’t the same as the edible arrangements you see online. Screw the fruit, we’re taking this to the next level!

What You Need

Cupcakes, Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Twinkies and Chicken Nuggets

DIY Edible Arrangement Ingredients

  • Chicken Nuggets
  • French Fries
  • Burgers
  • Twinkies
  • Donuts
  • Cupcakes
  • Any other candies or soft cookies that won’t break

How To Make Your Own Edible Arrangement

DIY Edible Arrangement with Cupcakes, Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Twinkies and Chicken NuggetsDIY Edible Arrangement with Cupcakes, Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Twinkies and Chicken Nuggets

This isn’t an arrangement of fruit, it’s food people actually want to eat… like chicken nuggets and twinkles!

Step One: Make Your Base

You’ll want to start by making the base that your bouquet will go inside of. I like using poster board because it’s not flimsy. Something like newspaper won’t be strong enough to hold up your burgers and snacks.

Roll the paper into a cone shape and tape it. Use a decent amount of tape to keep it together, it doesn’t have to look pretty. You can trim it down slightly so it’s rounded.

Then, use your tissue paper to wrap the base. You’ll also want to stuff the bottom of the holder with more tissue paper to act as a stabilizer.

Step Two: Skewer Your Food

This is the fun part. Using your skewers, carefully stack the food. You don’t need to go all the way down, only about 1/3 of it needs to be full and will show.

You can use french fries and mini donuts to separate your foods and make it look fun.

Step Three: Assemble Your Edible Arrangement

Carefully place each skewer inside of the funnel. I used a large mason jar as a base to hold it. Once you’ve arranged your food flowers, stuff it the base with extra french fries!

How easy was that! I recommend making it right before you plan on giving it to someone. If you let it sit for too long, the burger will get a little soggy. If you have to make it ahead of time, skip the savory foods and stick with all desserts! They can be thrown into the refrigerator for a few hours.

Nothing says I love you like food on a stick!

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Easy Candy Bouquet DIY

This candy bouquet DIY is crazy easy to make. Plus it is super fun to make for Valentine’s day but really you can make it for any occasion.

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

Candy Bouquet DIY

This is a simple candy gift basket idea that you can throw together and really make someone’s day. Grab their favorite candy and put it all together in a bright and festive candy bouquet.

So fun!

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

What do you need to make a candy bouquet?

You only need a few simple items to put together a candy bouquet sure to be a hit. Grab all of their favorite candy in various sizes, candy hearts,ribbon and a mason jar. Easy!

How to make your own candy bouquet?

It is so easy and all you do is attach your candy to Wilton treat sticks or you can use straws or lollipop sticks. Once you have everything glued together, it all gets tucked into a mason jar.

Now, candy arrangements are awesome, but you don’t have to just use candy. Think outside the box!

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

How to make a candy bouquet in a cup?

If you prefer not to use a mason jar, a cup would work just as well. Grab a cup and put the candy inside just as you would the mason jar.

What are some other candy bouquet ideas?

You can do all sorts of ideas for candy bouquets. We make these all year round and they are always so well received.

DIY candy bouquet ideas:

You can do a snack basket, a chip basket, a movie basket, or even a beef jerky basket.

College kids love getting a snack bouquet DIY for a gift!

I did a Facebook live video showing you how to make this easy candy bouquet, and several readers came up with some awesome ideas.

How to make a birthday candy bouquet?

We love making candy bouquets for birthdays. You can follow the same instructions to easily make these for birthdays.

I like to use tissue paper in their favorite color and I have even tucked in a small balloon on a stick in the mason jar. It looks so festive.

Make sure you take a minute and watch it for more ideas!

Candy Gift Baskets live video:

 Let’s learn how to make a candy bouquet with tissue paper!

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

Supplies you need for DIY Valentine candy bouquet:

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

How to make a Candy Bouquet DIY easily:

  1. First fill your mason jar about a third of the way with your candy hearts. These are going to keep the sticks in place.
  2. Next add a bead of hot glue down the back of one piece of candy. Push in one treat stick and allow to dry.
  3. Continue to do this with all of the candy.
  4. Once the hot glue is dry begin sticking them into the mason jar with candy.
  5. Begin adding in more of the loose sweet tarts in the mason jar to help keep the sticks in place. Make sure the mason jar is completely filled with candy one you have placed your candy where you want them.
  6. Once finished push in some tissue paper in the back to give the arrangement a background.
  7. Then cut a piece of ribbon and tie it around the mason jar.
  8. Finally give your new candy gift basket to someone you love! They will love it.

Note- You can use a small piece of floral foam in the bottom of the mason jar so that you do not have to use so many candy hearts if you prefer.

Everyone will love this easy candy bouquet!

They make great gifts and such a fun way to give candy and other snacks. We make these frequently and everyone just loves them.

In fact, some people hope to get one every year and seem to really look forward to these DIY Candy bouquets!

Now that you know how to make candy bouquet gift baskets, you will love making them for all occasions!

If you need a gift idea, try making a candy bouquet. Turn someone’s favorite candy bar into a great gift they are sure to love.

There are so many Chocolate Bouquet ideas diy to try.

A DIY Candy Bouquet would be perfect for a teachers gift, fathers day and much more!

Make a Dollar Tree Candy Bouquet for a frugal gift idea!

This Candy Bouquet DIY is a fun Valentine's Day gift idea! Learn how to make this Easy Candy Bouquet quickly. Make this fun Candy Arrangement today.

No need to look for a candy bouquet near me when you can make one yourself for a fraction of the cost.

Make your own candy arrangements today!

This is such a great idea and can easily work for anyone on your gift list. You can try different color combinations, candy, snacks and more.

A candy bouquet can be modified to work for just about anyone. It is a great gift, budget friendly and easy to put together!

You can even let the kids help! It would be so fun to bless someone with a candy bouquet and the kids can get involved.

Let them help pick out the candy or snacks. They also can help deliver the bouquet.

Such wonderful memories plus the kids will learn about showing kindness toward others and cultivating a giving heart. I love activities that are easy to make, create memories and become a teachable moment.

Please share with us any ideas you have and what type of candy bouquet you plan to make!

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Snack Food Bouquets

Jerky and Nuts Oh My! Put Your Baskets Away and Try Making One of These Snack Food Bouquets...

Jerky and nuts Oh My! Put your baskets away and try making one of these snack food bouquets!

Snack food bouquets are a little more unique and unexpected, when compared with homemade gift baskets.

Don't get me wrong, gift baskets are a classic lovely homemade gift (find my homemade gift basket instructions here).

...but the next time you want to give someone a gift of their favorite snack foods, such as jerky, seeds, nuts and fruit bars... consider putting the basket back on the shelf and try making a fun edible arrangement instead.

Food gift bouquets are easy to make... they allow you to create a thoughtful homemade food gift without ever firing up your stove or oven. In fact, you don't have to make any food at all.

Like candy bouquets, food bouquets are a mash up between flower bouquets and gift baskets (without the baskets and the flowers). They are beautiful and impressive looking arrangements... plus they are FUN TO EAT!

If you know someone who loves to snack but prefers less sugary alternatives to candy, a snack food bouquet may just be the answer.

Some Perfect Occasions for Snack Food Bouquets...

Make your own yummy food gift arrangements with local jerky, small packages of nuts and seeds, energy or health bars, dried fruit bars... maybe a few small sweets... or no sweets at all. Here's a few perfect occasions for giving a homemade food bouquet.

Get Well Gifts: A snack food bouquet can be brought to someone in the hospital to brighten up their day and give them a few things to munch on other than hospital food... or to someone who is bedridden or is just not feeling that great. It would also be easy to throw in a little word search book, a Sudoku book or a deck of playing cards.

New Baby/New Parent Gifts: A snack food bouquet can be given to new parents to help them through sleepless nights and new parent challenges.

Easy, yummy and unexpected, these snack food bouquets make the best get well gifts and gifts for Father's Day, graduation, new moms and dads...

Father's Day Gifts: I've found that husbands, dads and grandfathers love snack food bouquets. I don't know what it is about smokey beef jerky, salty nuts and a few special chocolates but they seem to make men happy... go figure! :)

Graduation Gifts: Graduation means growing up and moving on. What better time to share a beautiful bundle of snack foods. Food gifts make thoughtful homemade gifts for graduates who may be going to college, looking for a job, or simply off for the summer.

Birthday Gifts: Snack bouquets make great homemade birthday gifts for anyone who loves jerky, nuts, seeds, energy bars, fruit leathers etc. A snack bouquet is just like a homemade gift basket full of snacks, but prettier and more creative!

Work Gifts: Food gift arrangements make great homemade gifts for employees, co-workers or even work-related prize drawings. Everyone appreciates food and these can be made with local foods and healthy foods.

Alright, ready? Here's how to make a snack food bouquet.

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How to Make a Great Snack Food Bouquet...

There are many containers you can give a candy or food bouquet in, but the one I chose below is edible... how cool is that!? Four boxes of whoppers worked like a charm and gave this bouquet a bit of crunchy sweetness for a well rounded snacking assortment.

Here's a few favorite ideas for filling up a snack bouquet:

  • Jerky. Beef jerky, local jerky, other favorite types of jerky.
  • Nuts and Seeds. Small packages of sweet or savory nuts and seeds (it's hard to see but the bouquet shown has three packages of sunflower seeds, which worked great to inexpensively bulk up the gift and made my gift recipient quite happy).
  • Dried Fruit. Fruit leathers and fruit bars work great.
  • Power bars. Health bars, energy bars and power bars are all good options if your gift recipient needs some healthy snack foods for energy.
  • Favorite "Snacky" Chocolate. A bit of dark chocolate or chocolate with nuts can be added to give a satisfying bit of sweetness to your snack bouquet. I chose 3 different kinds of organic peanut butter cups for this one plus the boxed malt balls (which all happen to be my gift recipients favorites).

Healthy food bouquets make great homemade gifts for special diets... These food gift bouquets can be made for most diets. For example, use gluten free, sugar free or even paleo approved snacks... or simply choose the healthiest options for healthy homemade gifts. Whatever the situation, your gift recipient will be delighted that you made something special for their dietary needs. It shows tremendous thoughtfulness.


Feel free to take your snack bouquet in any direction you like. Get more ideas for containers here on the DIY candy bouquets page and change up the snack foods however you like.

  • 4 Boxes of Whoppers (boxed candy for the vase)
  • 6 packages of jerky
  • 3 packages of sunflower seeds
  • 3 packages of peanut butter cups
  • rectangular block of floral foam
  • 1 piece of tissue paper
  • crinkle paper/paper shred
  • 12 wooden skewers
  • clear packing tape


Step One: Make "Vase" with Movie Theater Style Boxed Candy

You can make a delicious vase for your snack food arrangement using movie theater style boxed candy.
  • Trim Floral Foam if Needed. To make a box candy "vase" put 4 boxes of candy together and determine whether or not you will need to trim your floral foam. For this project, my floral foam rectangle was the perfect size. If it's a little big, trim it with a flat edged knife so that it fits within the 4 boxes of candy.
  • Hot Glue Boxed Candy Together. Glue each box edge to the next, forming a square or rectangle shaped container.
Paper board from a cereal or cake mix box works great for securing the bottom of your food gift arrangements.
  • Make Bottom for Vase. Trim a piece of card stock or paper board (like that from cereal boxes) to the exact size of your vase.
  • Glue. Hot glue it to the bottom, forming a bottom for the vase.

Tip... Be sure the best looking sides of the boxes are facing outside and up before you glue them together.

Step Two: Insert Floral Foam

Floral foam and a bit of paper shred gives your homemade vase a nice finish. Next up, arranging the snacks in your homemade food bouquet!
  • Wrap and Insert Floral Foam. Wrap a piece of tissue paper around the floral foam so it looks nice. Put a little hot glue on the bottom of the wrapped floral foam and insert it into place.
  • Optional Paper Shred. If desired, put a big handful of paper shred on top of the floral foam.

Step Three: Prepare Food Items

Attaching wholesome snacks like local beef jerky, nuts and health bars to wooden skewers, allows you to turn them into a fun and edible homemade gift arrangement.
  • Prepare Wooden Skewers. Hold up each packaged food item to the vase and determine how tall each stick should be. Trim sticks if needed.
  • Attach Packaged Food to Skewers. Using clear packing tape, tape a wooden skewer to the back of each food item.

Fun Tips... To make a snack food bouquet that's more themed or festive, you can wrap some or all of the foods in gift wrap paper or scrap book paper. You can use letter stickers to spell words. You can even put a special non-food item on one of the sticks, such as playing cards, a small stuffed animal or a homemade sign.

Hold the baskets, keep the snacks! Make snack food bouquets for your next healthy homemade gifts.

Step Four: Insert and Arrange Snack Foods

  • Arrange Snacks on Sticks. Time for the creative part! To make your snack food arrangement, stick each snack on a stick into the floral foam, creating a look you like.

Tips for Making Arrangements... working in groups of threes is an easy way to start. Put the tallest items in the back and move your way forward.

That's it!

...If you want, you can wrap ribbon around the bouquet and attach a gift tag or you can attach a gift tag or message onto it's own skewer and add it to the arrangement.

I hope you enjoyed this homemade gift idea and it inspires you to make a similar creation!

If you'd like to inspire others to make homemade gifts, consider sharing your next homemade gift in the HMGG photo gallery!

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2018-05-07  · Glue them to the inside of the boxes, so the outside stays looking nice. Now you will need to glue the candy to the wooden skewers. Glue the candy to the top of the skewer, wait for it to dry, and then insert it into the DIY Candy Bouquet. Make several layers, back to front, short to tall, to make it full and pretty at the same time.
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Pink Snack Bouquet Tutorial - 粉色零食花束教程by Bouquet Lab

Skip the flowers for your next party and set out this beautiful snack bouquet instead! Or give it as a fun birthday or Valentine’s Day gift.  The bouquet features fried snacks, bought inexpensively at the grocery store and baked in the oven. We used pizza rolls (my fav), jalapeno poppers, mozzarella sticks and chicken nuggets. You could also buy your snacks from your favorite local restaurant and arrange them at home. Just make sure they can be placed on a skewer and you’re good to go.

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Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Arrange pizza rolls, jalapeno poppers, mozzarella sticks and chicken nuggets all on one pan. We are cooking them all together, so the timing will vary slightly. You’ll also be cooking extra of each item, because some will explode in the oven and you can’t really use those for your bouquet.

Note: you can definitely customize the snack bouquet, so use whatever snacks are your favorite! We had fun checking out the weird frozen fried foods section in the grocery store and were surprised to find dollar single-serving boxes of a lot of these.

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Bake in oven for eight minutes and check. Cook longer if needed. Times may vary slightly, but all the items are precooked so you’re just heating them up. Make sure to take them out before they all start to explode. We lost almost all our mozzarella sticks that way.

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Once they’ve cool enough to handle, place all your snacks onto skewers. Create some interest by arranging them differently. We placed most of the pizza rolls 2-3 to a skewer. The other items were singles. Place the skewers into a large jar or vase once they’re done.

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Lay out 1-2 sheets of tissue paper in a diamond shape on your work surface. Starting at the highest point on the diamond, begin arranging the skewered snacks, using the tissue paper as a guide for the shape. Keep the bottom of the bouquet straight across to create a triangle. Stack the snacks as needed. My sister-in-law Tiffany did this arrangement for us, and she said if possible, don’t let two of the same snack touch. I think the pizza rolls were the exception to this, since there were so many and they were basically the filler to the bouquet.

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Once your arrangement is complete, fold the bottom of the tissue paper up, tucking under any that is above the bottom of the snack triangle. Fold each side straight across, tucking in any excess. Tie a ribbon around the bottom tightly to secure snacks as best you can.

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We recommend not handling the bouquet a lot, because the more we did the more it shifted and it wasn’t really as pretty at the end as it was when it was finished. But a great way to serve it is by putting it into a vase or jar, which is what we did.


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Whether it’s for a birthday or an anniversary, graduation or as a thank you, an sweet and edible gift can make for the perfect, festive greeting! Thankfully, you can make them yourself before they’re set off. Celebrate all kinds of events with these 20 DIY candy bouquets!

1. Valentine’s Day Boyfriend Bouquet

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Jenny Collier made this super easy Valentine’s Day candy bouquet that would be perfect for any of our boyfriends! Don’t you think? Just include his favorites!

2. Lollipop Flower Bouquet

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Adorable for shower decor or as a lovely little thank you, we’re loving these lollipop flowers. Check it out at Helpful Homemade.

3. Extra Sweet Bouquet

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Pizzazzerie made up an extra sweet candy  bouquet. All sours and no chocolate, it’s a colorful and fun treat.

4. Soda Can Candy Bouquet

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Start off your candy bouquet with a soda pop! Just hop on over to Miss Kopy Kat for all the details.

5. Reese’s Fan Bouquet

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Who loves Reese’s? We know you do, they’re a favorite among most and that means they’re the perfect piece of candy to inspire your bouquet around. (via)

6. Candy Bar & Cash Bouquet

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You could also throw in a bit of cash when creating your candy bouquet. Perfect for a graduation or a birthday, we found this one at Bits of Everything.

7. Tootsie Pop Flower Bouquet

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The Frugal Female made lollipop flowers too! But this time it was with the classic Tootsie pop and cupcake liners!

8. Football Chocolate Candy Bar Bouquet

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Terrell Family Fun made candy bouquets inspired by football season! The men in the family will love these!

9. Thanks A Million Bouquet

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Overstuffed went above and beyond with this “thanks a million” bouquet. Fill it with 100 Grands and gift away!

10. Father’s Day “Man” Bouquet

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One Creative Mommy fashioned a bouquet around Father’s Day with all the “manliest” candy around. Give your dad a giggle with this one.

11. Easter Candy Bouquet

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You can even make up a candy bouquet for Easter! And includes little trinkets for your kiddos inside. (Pinterest)

12. Classic Candy Bouquet

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Passion for Savings shows us how to make an easy and classic candy bouquet. Follow along with the easy tutorial after the jump.

13. Candy Basket Bouquet

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To make things a bit easier, start off your candy bouquet with a basket. Delightful Order will teach us how!

14. Candy Jar Bouquet

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4 Sons ‘R’ Us used a jar for their foundation. Fill it with your favorites and build it from there!

15. Photo Mug Bouquet

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We’re loving this charming idea from Mom Always Finds Out. It’s a beautiful Mother or Father’s day gift, don’t you think?

16. Sweet 16 Bouquet

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Everyone loves candy, even 16-year-olds! Check out this fun design over at Clever Pink Pirate.

17. Mother’s Day Bouquet

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This Mother’s Day bouquet was made from scratch! Dip your own candies and really personalize it! (via)

18. Candy Pail Bouquets

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Growing Up Gabel made little candy bouquet pails that are wonderful for teacher thank you’s or even for coach. Grab the details after the jump.

19. Valentine’s Day Bouquet

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Valentine’s Day is always a great time to whip up a candy bouquet. You can even throw in some favorited snacks too. (via)

20. Candy Bar Wreath

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Crazy Little Projects didn’t make a bouquet, they made a wreath! And it was so adorable we had to throw it in the mix too.


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