Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Fun with Candy

lollipoplollipop flower pot decoration
raz gumdrops and jellybeans centerpiece

Easy Candy Wreath

Hard Candy Wreath: A yummy looking wreath that's easy to make.
hard candy christmas wreath craft for christmas decoratingSupplies:
1 coat hanger
Approximately 30 pieces of assorted, wrapped hard candies, suckers, etc.
Approximately 30 pieces of colorful curling ribbon, cut into 8" pieces
Wire cutters
Pliers to bend the hanger
Masking tape
A dull pair of scissors to curl the ribbon 
Unbend the hanger and cut it in half (this will be enough for 2 kids).
Bend the 1/2 hanger into a circle leaving about 4" at the top to make a hook. Twist the end to make it look like a circle with a hook on it.
Cut your curling ribbon into 8" pieces.
Fold your ribbon in half. In the middle of that ribbon tie one piece of candy. Tie it on the end of the candy where the paper twists.
Now tie the candy with 2 knots tightly on to the hanger. Tie the candy right next to the wire to help cover it up. Use the scissors to curl the ribbon on each end. Repeat the process for all your candy pieces. 

Friday, 25 November 2011

Craft Fair at The Ploughshare Market

Christmas Arts & Craft Fair

on now till Dec 23rd
Urban Oasis is hosting a Christmas Craft Fair, we are clearing out the gift shop, and turning it over to local Artists, Crafters, and other vendors who self locally produced food, or products.

Come check out the work of over 30 different local crafters.