Wednesday, May 25, 2011

DIY Project: How to Make Homemade Candy Buttons

Looking for the tutorial on how to make homemade candy buttons?  It's moved over to Tikkido.com.



25 comments:

  1. That is amazing! I can't believe how easy it is to make the candy dots! Thank you so much for this great tutorial :D

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  2. Great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing...

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  3. Love the tutorial! How fun is that, thank you for sharing. Beautiful photographs.

    Lisa ~ HR Creative Design Studio

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  4. Visiting from DiD - love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. You are just amazing. They look perfect!

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  6. You are such an amazing, creative person. I love this!

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  7. Okay, I TOTALLY noticed the 2-tone dots! Great tutorial. :) --Dawn

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  8. The color transition is an awesome touch!

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  9. Amazing. Thanks for an awesome tutorial!

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  10. These are such a great idea and I agree with the others - this is an awesome tutorial - But what about that cake! - WOW - looks fantastic.

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  11. this is an awesome tutorial! i LOVED candy buttons as a kid (ok, ok... i STILL love them!) and the swirly colored ones were my fav, too! i always saved them for last! somehow, they tasted better because they were so pretty =)

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  12. This is amazing! I love(d?) those things, but you are so right about the paper. I just pinned this to my Pinterest boards so I can come back and make it later!

    (found you via OnePrettyThing)

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  14. Can I use white paper instead of freezer paper?

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  15. Sure, you could use regular white paper. It might be a more authentic experience, actually, since you might end up eating some of the paper along with the candies. ;-)

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  16. Oh! Loved candy buttons growing up ( um...still do actually!) What a great tutorial! I'm pinning this on my Pinterest! Thank you for sharing! ...and I love that you added the "in-between" buttons of two colors too :o)

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  17. Great tutorial! I love it very much. Thanks for sharing

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  18. Love these! Candy buttons are so spendy and I want to incorporate these into my circus themed wedding. They would take me quite some time to make in order to have enough though - I'm wondering how long they'll keep for?

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  19. Royal icing keepsmfor a LONG time once dried! Many, many months...

    BUT how do you get the freezer paper to stay flat - I want to put mine in pretzel bags but the freezer paper is curling...

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  20. Actually, since it was taped down to dry overnight, the paper flattened out all on it's own - and they stick great to the freezer paper, AND (sadly?) no paper came up with them...

    Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  21. This is wonderful!

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  22. Super fun! I especially enjoyed your description of your childhood fondness for them. Me too!

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