Monday, December 6, 2010

Candy Land Christmas Kitchen

What happens when you give two little girls 10 bags of candy and a hot glue gun?

A Candy Land Christmas Kitchen of course!!






They got busy gluing gum drops onto a wreath form,
and were doing great.  While finishing another project our dog decided to make the wreath into a snack


SO, they started over .

It turned out great.

They also glued peppermints together to make garland.
***update, my email is exploding with questions on how the peppermint garland was made***
So here is the how to
Hot glue one end of a wrapper to the end of another peppermints wrapper (try to get glue on the twisted part so that they do NOT untwist and come open).  Hold this tight for a few seconds and then repeat, and repeat and repeat.  Very easy but takes a  bit of time.

                                                           You can find out more about my Christmas ornament frame here








Then they made peppermint and gum drop trees.



There you have it

Candy Land Christmas Kitchen



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10 comments:

alittlefrenchloven said...

Too cute! Your girls had a blast, my little princess wants to try this too. Thanks for sharing.

Kat said...

Cha Cha, I love it!!! Your girls are so cute! We should get together some time for a baking party! I love gumdrop wreaths and have been wanting to make one for a few years now.

Sandra said...

Yummy...I love gum drops! What a great way to decorate the kitchen!

Tiffini said...

Cute project..and fun for kids..big and little:)

Love Being a Nonny said...

How did they do the peppermint chain?
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Did they untwist the ends?

Erin said...

OMG I love all of it!! The gum drop wreath is adorable!!

I'm more a traditional, red and green, homespun or gum drop/candy kind of gal than an elegant Christmas gal! :)

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

How fun is this - I'm already planning on making the wreath and have all the supplies! Love the garland with it - and especially love that the girls helped you!

Stacy of KSW said...

How "sweet"!! No, really that looks like so much fun. Thanks for sharing

Real Mountain Values (Brianna) said...

I actually made similar gumdrop trees one year and it takes FOREVER. Kudos to making so many pieces and the mint garland is amazing!

I'm a little unsure how to keep them from untwisting, but I'll play around with the glue placement.

Thanks for the idea.

Nicolette @ Momnivore's Dilemma said...

Better to decorate with it, than eat it, right?

(Lower dental bills!)

I've never seen that peppermint garland...very original.

Please link up this post to Creative Juice Thursday...

http://momnivoresdilemma.blogspot.com/2010/12/creative-juice-thursday-take-two.html

Let it Snow!
Nicolette

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