Tulle Candy Necklace
I LOVED candy necklaces when I was a kid. The one down side to them was that the candy touched your skin, so after biting off a few of the candies they could start to get sticky. Yuck. I think I have solved the sticky candy problem with this tulle candy necklace. Another plus to this necklace is the opportunity to use a wider variety of candy. I think these would be a great gift to include in your children’s Easter basket I hope this becomes your kids favorite new craft!
- 1/4″ ribbon or baker’s twine
- Individually wrapped candy of choice
1. Start out by cutting a 24″-36″ piece of tulle depending on how long you would like your necklace to be. I cut my tulle 24″ long. Lay your tulle out on a flat surface.
2. Place your candy at the bottom of the tulle strip. My tulle strip is 24″x6″.
3. Fold the top of the tulle over the candy to create a 24″x3″ strip of tulle with candy in the middle.
4. Take your ribbon or baker’s twine and tie bows in between each piece of candy making sure that the tulle is completely wrapped around the candy.
5. Tie the ends of the tulle into a bow or knot and your necklace is done! Just untie a ribbon bow each time you would like to remove a piece of candy.
This would make a great craft/favor for a birthday party. Have fun making your very own tulle candy necklaces!