Halloween Centerpiece

by Sandy Wooster
(Factoryville, Pa)

Halloween Centerpiece

Halloween Centerpiece

This Halloween Centerpiece photo was submitted by Sandy Wooster, and I'm so glad that she was happy to share her creativity with us.

I do wish Sandy would have given us a little more details on how she put it all together, but all she said was that she used candy molds to make this centerpiece for Halloween.

By examining the photo, I can see that Sandy has indeed used a variety of Halloween molds to make this impressive edible decoration for Halloween.

I don't know what she used for a base (perhaps some florist's foam?), but all those ghosts, goblins, and pumpkins poking up in the middle are actually made from Halloween chocolate covered pretzel molds. What a great idea!

Surrounding the outside of this centerpiece for Halloween, Sandy has lined up an array of Halloween tombstone molded chocolates. They really look perfect and make a delightfully ghoulish cemetery centerpiece.

Sandy, if you are reading this, please do use the comment link below to tell us what you used for the base in the center. You've got our creative juices flowing!

Does anyone else have any clever ideas they are going to whip up for Halloween? Don't forget to take some photos and show them off here. Give us all the details of how you made your masterpiece.

Chocolate Halloween treats are a lot of fun. I'm sure kids of all ages would absolutely love to get in on the candy making process.

Looking forward to hearing from more of you in the days and weeks ahead!

Have fun!

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Sep 22, 2011
Base for Centerpiece
by: Angie

Thanks, Sandy, for letting us know about the base. Simple but effective! I guess you'd just have to be careful that the holes were quite snug so that the pretzels would stand upright and not lean to the side.

Thanks again!

Sep 22, 2011
Base of Halloween centerpiece
by: Sandy Wooster

I used a gift box and cut holes in the top and covered it with aluminm foil.

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