Making a Mini Pumpkin Candy Bouquet

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October 23, 2014

Mini Pumpkin Candy BouquetThis mini pumpkin bouquet would make a great gift or even a cute table centerpiece!



  • Reese's peanut butter cups
  • small fish bowl style vase
  • orange tissue paper
  • floral foam
  • green curling ribbon
  • wooden skewers
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • sharp knife


  1. Cut a piece of floral foam small enough to fit through the opening of the vase. I cut mine slightly larger and then cut of the corners of the block.
  2. cut floral foam
    test fit in vase
  3. Fold a large sheet of tissue lengthwise so that it is double thick. Fold in again and cut in half. See photo.
  4. cut tissue paper
  5. Place the foam block in the center of the tissue then bring the tissue up around it. Put it inside the vase.
  6. put foam block on tissue
    put foam and tissue in vase 1

  7. Cut the skewers down to the desired lengths. I recommend cutting some short ones and some long ones.
  8. cut skewers with knife
  9. Apply hot glue to the backs of the peanut butter cups, then attach the skewers. Allow glue to dry.
  10. glue skewer to candy
  11. Arrange your candy bouquet, putting longer skewers in the back and shorter ones in the front.
  12. arrange candy in vase 1
    arrange candy in vase 2
    arrange candy in vase 3
  13. Wrap ribbon around the tissue and tie. Then use scissors to curl the ends.
  14. add ribbon

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December 9, 2015

This cute pumpkin Halloween candy bouquet makes a perfect gift or office decoration.

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