How to make it

  • Unbend the hanger and cut it in half.
  • Bend the half-hanger into a circle and leave about 4" at the top to make a hook.
  • Twist the end to make it look like a circle with a hook on it.
  • Cut your curling ribbon into 8" pieces.
  • Fold your ribbon in half.
  • In the middle of that ribbon tie one piece of candy.
  • Tie it on the end part of the candy where the paper twists.
  • Now tie the candy with 2 knots tightly on to the hanger. Tie the candy right next to the wire to help cover it up.
  • Use the scissors to curl the ribbon on each end.
  • Repeat the process for all your candy pieces.
  • Tips:
  • It might take a few more or less than 30 pieces of candy depending on the size of each.
  • Suckers should be tied close to the head.
  • You may add a ribbon on the top to cover the hook if you want.
  • I also tie on a pair of scissors so people can eat the candy when they visit.

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  • dessert 14 years ago
    been looking for this a long long time now, glad i found this web sight
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    morninlite ate it and said...
    So much fun! We used to do this when I was a kid. Thanks for the memory jog, I'll have to do this with my kids this year!
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    elgab89 ate it and said...
    What a great Christmas gift! Thank you for sharing it with us.
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    jett2whit ate it and said...
    That is so cool! This would make a great gift that would be in my budget. Thanks for posting!
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