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Craft a Ribbon Candy Card Frame for Christmas

Frame your favorite Christmas card using old-fashioned ribbon candy.

What You Need:

  • Length of ribbon candy in desired color
  • Aluminum foil
  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • White crafts glue; water
  • Paintbrush
  • Fine red sugar
  • Christmas card

How to Make It:

  1. Lay the ribbon candy on the foil in the shape of a frame.
  2. Measure the card to be framed and adjust the candy by breaking it off to fit the card.
  3. Hot-glue the corners of the ribbon candy; let cool.
  4. Mix one tablespoon crafts glue with one tablespoon water.
  5. Use a paintbrush to lightly paint the mixture onto the edges of the candy ribbon. Dust with sugar and let dry.
  6. Glue card to back of candy frame using crafts glue.

Note: Do not eat candy used in this project.


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