Who doesn't love candy? You can make this Candy Tower in place of a pinata. Everyone gets a chance to get candy and it's no leftovers. Don't worry busy moms, this is going to make your life a whole lot easier. #cakealternitive #birthday #candy #diy | Birthday Party Cake Ideas | Cake Ideas | Cake Alternatives | DIY | Candy | via @myhomebasedlife
It’s my teenager’s birthday in just a few days and while trying to think of something fun do to surprise her instead of the same old balloons and flowers, my youngest suggested Candy. Yep just like most teenagers she LOVES sweets and treats. Sure candy sounded like a great idea but we needed something more... Read More
Whether it's for a birthday, a holiday or some other fun celebration, a candy cake is a fun gift for anyone! Fill several cake layers with bright colored candies to make a festive and fun cake that the recipient can eat!
The other day I posted a picture of a candy cake that I made and several of you guys were asking how to make it. So I have tried to write down some instructions. Please forgive me in advance.. writing instructions is not a strength of mine.. Materials 6 styrofoam circles - 2 in each ascending size: 8" 6" and 4" 1 Small styrofoam dome shaped topper 1 Bag Of Blow Pops or suckers Approx 5 bags of minature candybars.. (depends on size of candy) Curly Ribbon Directions: Glue together each set of…
Glue the cake tiers together evenly centered one on top of the next as shown. Glue a piece of the 2.5” white ribbon around the top edge of each tier about ¼” down from the top. Glue the 1.5” red and white, polka dot ribbon around the bottom of each tier and glue the 5/8” […]