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Fun Candy Ideas for Your Kid’s Party

If you read a mommy blog or hit up a place like Pinterest, you’ll soon realize there’s a ton of great ideas for sweet treats ideal for any kid’s party. In fact, there are so many ways to display, make and serve everything from Swedish Fish to Lifesavers that your head could go into a sugar coma! We wanted to make it easy for you by giving you some fun ideas that will help you narrow it down before your next event!

Cotton Candy Wafer Cones are one of the best ways to display your kid’s favorite sugary treat. Buy pre-made cotton candy and place it inside of an ice cream cone then wrap with fun plastic cellophane wrap. Not only is the super adorable way to serve, but it’s also less mess!

Next, why not make an activity making Candy necklaces out of Lifesavers and Gummy Savers? The kids will have a blast with this quick and easy crafty activity that will keep them entertained for weeks. You can also include Froot Loops to give the necklace some variety. No matter what the case may be, the kids will enjoy creating their edible jewelry.

If you’ve never seen someone unwrap a Saran Wrap Ball, you’re in for a real blast! It’s a fun way to watch your guest of honor try to figure out what’s in the center of the ball. Use colored Plastic Wrap to create a ball with little gifts in the center. Just keep wrapping the paper around until you can’t see the items. As the child unravels the wrap, small prizes like candy bars and gum packs. You can feel the anticipation as the child unwraps this challenging gift idea.

Other than wrapping the candy, why not play with it? Shark Jell-O is one of the coolest ideas yet, and you can make this fun summer treat from the blog “Home Made Interest.” Go to the candy store and pick out shark gummies and gummy bears to decorate the blue flavored Jell-O. This idea is too fresh and ideal for summer parties.

Just like anything else, we all have a preference to the type of candy we like and love. Another slick way to display and serve candy is to create a candy bar. Fill decorative glass jars with fun items such as lollipops, rock candy, and gobstoppers. The kids will love all the colors, and it’s a fun way to show off those sugar sweets.

These, of course, are just a few ideas that will help make candy look and taste even better. Don’t forget to contact us for information on reserving your space for your child’s event!

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