Looking for a fun little treat to make with or for your kids? How about some candy kabobs?
I created these using striped paper straws, bamboo skewers and candies that I picked up at the Dollar Store and The Bulk Barn. They are super easy to make so little (and big) helpers will want to get in on the action. Of course your helpers will want to eat up any left over candies so clean up will be a breeze!
Here's how I made mine:
Step one - Cut the paper straws to the length you want to cover the bamboo skewer keeping in mine that you can only add candy to the exposed bamboo skewer. If you don't want to add a lot of candies like mine ... cut your straws into 3" pieces.
Step two - I folded two pieces of ribbon candy as shown above. I added them one piece at a time by inserting the skewer into the middle of the folded candy.
Step three - I finished by adding two candies at the top to completely cover the bamboo skewer.
Make as many of these as you please and present them in a glass container so that everyone can see the striped straws.
If you are thinking about using these as party favors for guests to take home ... you can find some packaging ideas and my free download for candy bag headers on the Creative Bag Blog in this post and this post.
Do you love Pinterest as much as I do? Interested in winning a prize package of diy products to create a bunch of canvas gift bags for Christmas that I have personally put together?
Then check out this post for all of the details! I'm hosting a "Pin It To Win" contest over at Creative Bag this week.
You have until end of the day on October 27th, 2013 to enter.
Good luck and I hope that you have a creative weekend!