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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by Kiddiekakes

I am entering the same competition again next year that I did this year but I am not entering a cake but rather a cookie bouquet.....I have seen those containers that cookiesby design put their bouquets in with the 6 or 7 slotted container with each stick at a different height. We don't have any businesses like that here who sells strictly cookie bouquets.I've thought of using my own container and styrofoam etc...but I don't want to run the risk of the thing falling over. I'd even buy myself a cookie bouquet just to get the container but again....there is nothing here.Any suggestions??



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Oh Yeah..I want to do a wedding theme and something else!





Kiddie,
Buy some glue, popsicle sticks, paint/wood stain and and And exacto knife.

You will need some styrofoam or oasis to hold the cookie pops. And some shredded paper you Can get the metallic or the regular paper @ dollar stores.

Cookie pop sticks come in two sizes. The longer ones you can cut down to various lengths.

You always use decorative pebbles or glass to weigh down the Container if you Are worried about it being top heavy.


Hope this helps.



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post #17 of 18
Well when I do these as centrepieces, I put glass pebbles or dried peas in the bottom for weight, then styrofoam. You can make a tape "floral frog" across the top of the tin or container too by making a lattice work out of the floral tape, to keep the cookies in position. Floral tape comes in white or green.
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post #18 of 18
Hey Kiddie--
I do alot of these and I use clay flower pots. They are heavy enuff that they don't fall over. Put floral foam inside and use tall lollipop sticks from Michael's or Hobby Lobby.Might have to add a dab of hot glue to stick and foam. Or if I need a lighter container like the popcorn container in my photos, I line the inside and use plaster of paris to give it weight. Then repeat with floral foam. You may have to cut the sticks for the varying heights. HTH
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