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Friday, March 11, 2011


          Welcome to Scrapchicas Spring Blog Hop!! Also welcome to my blog!!  This is my first hippity hop and so excited! You should be coming from susi's blog at artcsushi .blog!! Lets get started. We will be making a centerpiece for your easter table. You can adapt this to any holiday or event. It is a candy cake!! Yup candy cake and no baking needed=)

   This is what you will need to get started:
                                                          glue gun
                                                           crepe paper or ruffled ribbon
                                                           cardboard cake circles in 3 different sizes
                                                           topper of your choice
                                                           spacers size depends on size of your candy

So first you will glue the largest circle to the toilet paper roll. You should cut the toilet paper roll to the same height as your candy. If candy is bigger look for something the same size you won't see this anyway. Next glue medium circle on top. Start gluing your candy around. The candy should fit snuggly between both circles leave a little space on the edge.
repeat this step with the smaller circle.   
You can do as many layers as you want!!when your done with your layers glue your ruffled ribbon or gathered crepe paper around the edges. So you will not see any cardboard! Then glue your topper and your done. Here is what it will look like.
Hope you liked this project. Remember you can use any kind of candyfor this i have used snickers the full size bar, hersheys lolipops pick your favorites! Remeber to follow and leave a comment for a chance to win a prize! Go on keep on hopping
#1. Linda http://scrapchica.blogspot.com/

#2. Susi http://artcsushi.blogspot.com/

#3. Vero http://goldenmomentssometimes.blogspot.com/

#4. Alee' http://aleejentaleigh.blogspot.com/

#5. Nataleigh http://nataleighscraftland.com/

#6. Stephanie http://mamascrapper69.blogspot.com/

#7. Nancy http://pinkbellamia.blogspot.com/

#8. Cynthia http://cynthialoowho.blogspot.com/

#9. Jackie http://scrappinglatina.blogspot.com/

#10. Yolie http://yoliebean.blogspot.com/

#11. Ruthie http://scrapchic-ruth.blogspot.com/

#12. Zoe http://craftyx.blogspot.com/


  1. This is just Darling Vero! I want it...LOL...how did you keep your kids away from it? Mine would gobble that up fast!!! You did a great job Vero...thank you so much for participating! Big Hugs! :)

  2. Vero this is awesome and looks yummy omg great project for any Holiday well said there my friend and I can just imagine for b-days :) I will have to just make this for my daughter's slumber party :) thanks for sharing this awesome centerpiece and I will be making it soon gracias amiga for this awesome idea!!!
    Abrazos Alee'

  3. This is so cute.. I love that idea... We can even use chocolate... YUMMY!!! Thanks for the instructions... Sunday is my son's birthday, I may have to try this for his party...

  4. WOW what a clever idea - love it - thanks for shaing it. http://creationsbygillm.blogspot.com/

  5. Hey, no baking is my favourite type if baking!! Lol :) what a great idea & could be used in so many different ways & occasions-great job!

  6. WOW!! I love this!!! I am so going tomake one for my center peice table!! What a Great project. New here and I am really enjoying this hop! Do you facebook? Would love to be your friend. am now following your blog. TFS!

  7. This is such an AWESOME idea. I love the idea of making it with snickers bars! So cute! How many candy bars do I need to buy? I would love to make this for Easter! TFS...and thank you for being in this bloghop!

  8. wow this is making me hungry!!! i love this idea. i may try this for my sons birthday seeing its july 4th and all. i love it.


  9. I have a daughter who would really love this! Thanks very much!...Nancy :o)

  10. Awwwww such a sweet idea I must try this for easter for my grandies.

  11. What a great idea! I am not sure how long the candy would stay with my boys! ; )

  12. This is super cute!! I'm not sure how long it would last in my house...well at least the yellow Now and Laters, those are my fav flavor.

  13. So cute----I am making one for Easter for my babies at Church.Thanks for taking the time to share and now I am a follower.
    Hugs, Anita

  14. Hi Vero,
    I am so happy that Linda asked you to join in her BLOG HOP....otherwise, I might never have found you and your wonderful blog:)

    Thanks so much for sharing this darling project. Hmmmmmmm....my big dilema now is WHICH kind of candy shall I use????

    Thanks again for sharing and I am happy to now be a follower of your blog.

    CricketsDaughter1 (My YT channel)

  15. OHH Those chocolate bunnies look so tempting! Thanks for sharing this cute project. I might be using your idea for a birhtday girl very soon.
    Thanks for sharing

  16. So Yummy!!And Aorable!:)Thanks For Sharing..

  17. OMG!!!! WHAAAAAAAAT?! Dude! This is by far the cutest cake I have ever seen! I adore it and I want to make one and then eat it! I can just imagine doing this with my favorite Easter candies! AHHHHHHH! LOL! Amazing job Vero, simply amazing.

  18. what a great idea!!! soo adorable..thanks for the chance to win

  19. Wow great project, i wonder what australian candy would work thanks for sharing

  20. fab project i am so making this for my kids at work tfs huggs Amanda

  21. ms vero this is so cute :) I want to eat it :)
    love nataleigh

  22. This was a great idea! I can't wait to make it with my nieces and nephews! TFS!

  23. Very cute idea. Looks great. Might have to try this. Thanks

  24. I"m so glad to be hoppin' around here this is such a great project! ~Kelly (walkelmol)

  25. Vero this is totally awesome. This is my first time to your blog..Thanks to ScrapChica!

    Your idea is wonderful, I sure will share it with my sisters from church, they are always on the lookout for imaginative ideas for the kids to do at Sunday School.

    Thanks for sharing..

    Peace ;0)


  26. what a fun project thats great on all occasion nice