Here are the cardboard Candyland pieces. Cut out two sides of the candy-man shape, use hot glue to create the hairline/face/outfit, and paint. Then glue the front to the back with a strip of cardboard so it's 3D. Place colored pieces of paper onto the ground and you've got a life-size Candyland game - perfect for a child's party or youth group game! @Maegan Hambrick
candyland game board template
Enter into Candyland through this lollipop and candy-covered arch! Balloons by Tommy - Photo Gallery - Arches
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Candyland party: Huge cupcake out of a lampshade, foam board, pillow stuffing, foamy glitter stickers, and a red ball(cherry) from the Dollar Tree!! Too cute!!!
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Candyland signs for around the room
We made a walkway out of foam sheets that led to our door. We made yard lollipops out of spray-painted dowels, balloons, colored cello and ribbon.
Large cotton candy props! Easy to make! Pillow stuffing, pink spray paint and hot glue.
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DIY Sprinkle Bangle Bracelet
Arm candy, literally! Use sprinkles to make wearable bangle bracelets. Such a fun DIY for kids during arts and crafts. http://www.ehow.com/how_12340699_diy-sprinkle-bangle-bracelet.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage