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|Dear Zip, Charlie, and Wilberforce
It's past time for ya'll to come back! I missed you! Congrats on BOTD! Here's a basket of differant flavors of millet for you to enjoy while you're in the castle!
Here's my blog for today:
Well, I have to tell you, the team of Pearl and Silver+Spot made so many candy cane and hard candy garlands, we have them all over the tree, above the living room, and starting on the mantel!
These are incredibly easy to make! Tie the end of your fishing line(or thread) to a candy cane to start. Then poke a hole with your needle into one of the candy disc.
Alternate the candy canes with the candy disc until you have a good length of garland.
To make it easier to poke a hole in the candy discs, take a tiny tack(the ones with the plastic tops, pushpins) and use a hammer gently to poke the holes. If you do a bunch of them at a time, you can proceed with your garland a lot faster. It helps if you are organized as my friends Pearl and Silver are(what do you eggspect! They are tiels!) and are willing to work hard to get it done. Then you can all sit back and enjoy some hot apple cider with a candy cane in it and enjoy your delishous looking work!Hehee!!!
Oh, for you glitter fans, take a look in my gallery for the picture of me and King Dixie!(Little Angel must be stopped!) I will have to molt all my feathers out to get rid of all the glitter!
Anyway, I hope you all are enjoying our edible garlands!
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