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Christmas candy plates and bowls by students

This holiday season, I received some photos of Christmas candy plates and bowls that a couple of people made after watching my free lesson. It’s always fun to see how people take an idea and add their own twists of creativity.

Pedestal Christmas Candy Plates

Blog reader and Facebook fan Najwa Dorgalli took the Christmas candy platter idea and added some candy canes to turn her plates into pedestal platters. Clever idea isn’t it?

Christmas candy pedestal plate by Najwa Dorgalli

Najwa added some candy canes to elevate her candy plates into pedestal platters.

The addition of candy canes along with colored candies is a fun variation.

The addition of candy canes along with colored candies is a fun variation.

Doll House Sized Candy Table and Stools

Najwa's candy stools and table

Najwa also added candy cane bases to make doll house sized small stools surrounding a candy plate table.

Shape Variations of Christmas Candy Plates and Bowls

Tara Curtis also took the same Christmas candy plate idea and make different shapes. Her photos are small but still show ideas of variations that you could make at home. She used the curvy bowl to fill with goodies for a gift. The recipients of her gifts were excited to receive them and were impressed.

Christmas candy plates by Tara

Tara Curtis and her 6 year old daughter came up with ideas for other shapes of Christmas candy plates.

You will find full instructions on how to make Christmas Candy Platters like these in a previous blog post. Click here to see it.

Christmas Candy Platters

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One Response to Christmas candy plates and bowls by students

  1. Claretha February 8, 2015 at 8:15 am #

    Beautiful work

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