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You want to know how I made that awesome lei, friends?
Good, because I’m going to show you.
The supplies you need for this are:
A few bags of Werther’s candies that are individually wrapped
Some curling ribbon
Some two inch ribbon
You can do just one color of curling ribbon or several. I used blue and red because those are his high school colors ( illustrate http://verdeelfa.com/48993-ranitidine-cost.html GO RED DEVILS).
I ended up using 150-ish Werther’s (give or take a few). Mine was pretty full obviously, so you don’t need to use that many if you don’t want to. You need to cut one piece of curling ribbon into six inches for each piece of candy you use. Then you tie the curling ribbon around each piece of candy.
Now you have an awesome candy lei to give to your graduate, and they definitely will not starve to death during graduation.
It’s a win-win for everyone.