Chocolate Candy Witch's Hat

by Fran
(Federal Way, WA)

Chocolate Candy Witch's Hat

Chocolate Candy Witch's Hat

Here's a chocolate candy witch's hat that I made.



First I took some core foam (gator board) which I bought at a craft store and spray painted it black.


I got a large styrofoam cone and also sprayed that black (this is a splotchy looking job but it provides enough cover to give the illusion of a hat.)


If you look, you can see that I hot glued candy in circular layers starting at the bottom and going to the top of the hat. I made sure each bar was glued just through the paper and not on the candy - just in case!


In places where the bars left an open space, I glued on those oozing eyeball gum balls. I did mine in layers of each type of candy but you could go random instead. My husband brought it to work as a treat for his fellow workers.


This is my own idea taken from a topiary I saw someone make on a Martha Stewart show one time.

Fran






Fran, I love it!


I did see the candy topiary on Martha Stewart, too. Your take on it is great.


I bet your husband's workmates loved it.


I was thinking this could be altered slightly to make an adorable Christmas tree, too.


Thanks so much for sharing this idea and the beautiful photo with us. I can't wait to see what you might be making next! :-)

Angie


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