Candy Bouquet DIY Gift Idea

How to Make a Candy Bouquet

So you’re looking for a sweet gift idea?! Well, you’ve come to the right place! Today we’re going to set you up for success with a DIY Candy Bouquet! This is such a cute gift idea for anyone on your list – Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, even birthdays or a pick-me-up gift, a candy bar bouquet is such a cute gift idea for almost any occasion. Who wouldn’t be thrilled with a bucket of chocolate?

A flower bouquet is nice and pretty, but a candy bouquet is next level! Our sweet Corie had this clever idea to create a bouquet for her husband minus the flowers! This fun and clever twist on a bouquet is one that Mom’s, Dad’s and really anyone will really LOVE… and enjoy every bite! It’s pretty easy to create, too! You ready to make your own candy bouquet gift?

Check out this video to see how to make a candy bouquet.

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Candy Bouquet

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I decided to make this for my husband for Father’s Day! But we totally suggest this idea for other special occasions. I must say that I usually get more excited about putting together a fun craft like this for my husband, than he does when he actually receives it! What can I say? I get excited about gift giving! It’s my love language, for sure!

But when my hubby came home to this fun bouquet, he really was surprised! It was something so unique, bright, colorful and edible… he was totally impressed! The awesome thing is that even the kids can help put candy bars on skewers and stick them into the styrofoam ball! See?? Perfect DIY gift idea!

Get Started on your Candy Bouquet DIY Project

First step! Gather all the supplies to make these cool candy bouquets. No worries, we’ve got a list right here for ya to make it easy:

These bright and sweet printable cards were designed by Messes to Memories. There are 2 different designs to choose from! Each design has 3 options for MOM, DAD, and a more generic one to gift to anyone. I love how the cards use common colors from candy bars so that they match the bouquet perfectly!

Candy Bouquet Cards

Now let’s get crafty with candy! Once you’ve gathered your supplies, you’re ready to knock out this DIY project quickly!

Candy Bar Bouquet DIY Gift

Using a heavy-duty tape, like duck tape, attach one skewer to the back of each candy bar. I attached the tape at the top and the bottom to make sure that it would be secure! I had my kids help me with this part so they could help me gift our sweet candy bouquet.

Make a Candy Bouquet

Grab your bucket and stuff it with a styrofoam block or ball. I used a styrofoam ball and cut it in half. I also had to put a small weight in the bottom to balance out all those candy bars! Chocolate is heavy!

Once your bucket is ready to go and all your candy has been attached to the wooden skewers, you’re ready to start placing the skewers into the styrofoam ball.

More Candy Bouquet Ideas

To make your candy bouquet look polished, add something to the base of the candy bars like tissue paper, crinkle paper, tulle or ribbon! We added some tissue paper and crinkle paper for a little pop of color and fun! We thought gold was the perfect pairing with all the yellows, blues, reds and browns!

Candy Bar Bouquet DIY

To make the perfect candy bar bouquet, you’ll want to play with spacing, levels and layers to get the look that you want! You’ll especially want to pay attention to the color of the candy bar wrapper to make sure that the colors are distributed evenly. Don’t be afraid to move the candy bars around even after you’ve placed them.

Candy Bouquet Gift Idea

Grab a card and write a sweet note to the special someone you are gifting this sweet candy bouquet! These foldable cards open up and have space for you to add a little note inside. Let them know how much you love them!!!

Candy Bouquet Gift

I am absolutely in love with this generic card that can be used for literally anyone. Well, anyone that you love 😉 This card works for everyone, your aunt, uncle, friend, grandma, grandpa, teacher and the list goes on. Ta da!! Leave this delicious candy bouquet surprise where they’ll find it!

Candy Bouquet DIY

This is perfect gift idea! You could gift this sweet bouquet any time to let someone know that you love and appreciate having them in your life!

Download the Candy Bouquet Cards Below!

About the Author: Carisa

I am crazy about my husband, Scott and my FOUR cute kids! I spend my days at home--teaching, playing and cleaning up with them! Our favorite place in our home is the kitchen! I love to cook and bake with lots of flavor--and I love having my little helpers in the kitchen, too! Some of my most recent passions are tennis, nutrition, crafting, the great outdoors and photography!

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17 Responses to Candy Bouquet DIY Gift Idea

  1. Super cute, Corie! I have seen this idea before…..and always laugh because although BOTH Jamie & I would love this….we are soooooo trying to cut down on sweets! 🙂 Yer man is gonna be in heaven!

  2. Love this! We are making a bouquet for my father and husband – ended up suing kabob sticks (97 cents for 100) and the mini candy bars with paper flowers stuck behind the candy.

  3. Loved this idea! My husband needed a new fishing license. So from my kids and I, I decided to do one with a fishing theme. I got him the license, gummy worms, swedish fish, a cool gummy x-ray fish, and some fishing bobbers. I cut out some big fish from colored card stock, glued the sucker sticks on the backs, and taped the treats to them. I wrapped them in the tissue paper and tied it with a bow. On the tag I put…For a “REEL-Y” SWEET Dad! We’re “HOOKED” on you! Happy Fathers Day! Then I printed off some cut and color fish online, and the kids and I colored them. We each wrote him a note on the back of our fish. I hooked them all together with fishing line and attached them to the tag. It turned out super cute! Can’t wait to give it to him! Thanks for the inspiration to get me thinking!