How do you stick chocolate to stick to a bouquet?

How do you stick chocolate to stick to a bouquet?

We recommend using a hot glue gun to accomplish this task. You may also use duct tape to attach a skewer to the rear of each sweet in your bouquet. We recommend using tape on the top and bottom of each candy bar to hold them in place.

Can I make my own bouquet?

You can create a bouquet all your own, expressing your style and taste, when you choose your own blooms and design your bouquet yourself. Choose from dozens of flowers and accents as you select your own flower types and colours.

How do you wrap a candy bouquet?


  1. Run a line of hot glue down both the wooden skewers and the candies (whatever you choose for her!).
  2. Layer your tissue paper, but make sure it’s staggered to create more dimension.
  3. Carefully fold tissue paper up towards the bottom of bouquet.
  4. Tie the bottom of the bouquet with ribbon and voila!

How do you make a Chupa Chup bouquet?

Lollipop Bouquet

  1. Step 1: Materials. What you’ll need to make your own lollipop bouquet are…
  2. Step 2: Paint the Pot. First off, paint your flower pot with green patio paint and let dry.
  3. Step 3: Add Foam Ball. Now, you can place your foam ball inside the pot.
  4. Step 4: Add Lollipops.
  5. Step 5: Add a Bow.
  6. Step 6: Ready to Serve.

How do you make a snack bouquet?

Here’s how:

  1. Take an empty bottle – the more colourful the better!
  2. Fill it up with some of your coloured tissue to conceal the bottoms of your skewers.
  3. Arrange your snack “flowers” inside this vase until you’re happy with how it looks. Feel free to loop some candy around it for decoration!

How do you wrap a simple bouquet?


  1. Cut Wrapping Paper to Size and Place Face Down on Table.
  2. Position the Flowers Diagonally Onto the Wrapping Paper.
  3. Fold the Wrapping Paper Around the Bouquet.
  4. Fold the Wrapper and Secure With Tape.
  5. Fold the Right Corner of the Wrapper Diagonally Toward the Center.

What do florists use to wrap flowers?

Kraft paper (or brown paper) and florist cellophane are probably the most popular flower bouquet wrapping materials, due to their versatility – they make a great base for any flower bouquet, and can easily be ‘jazzed up’ by overlaying them with a patterned wrapping paper or floral tissue, for a more sophisticated look.