Monday, October 11, 2010

My Homemade Fall Leave Candies

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Last month, I made these candy Fall Leaves for my Gramma's 90th birthday. I also make them for myself and friends. Now, these are fun to make, but the candy I use, from a major craft store, is really sweet. I would love to know how to lessen the sweetness. If the candies were not as sweet, they would be easier to eat, I am sure.

I mean, candies are sweet, but these are way to sweet.

Anyway, here are the photos I took of me making these cool Fall Leaf Candies.

As you can see in one of my photos, I am using a paint brush. This paint brush helps me get into the grooves of the fall leaves. I am able to add whatever fall leave color I want when using a paint brush.

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