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Old 02-02-2013, 06:13 AM   #1
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Default Colorguard bake sale

Hi thought I'd post my question to my fellow crafters. Our colorguard is hosting their "home" show at our school in a few weeks and I want to do something crafty for their bake sale. At our field band home show which is always in early October, I have made "spiders" for Halloween using a round York mint candy (body) with our picture corner punch (legs) to sell at the bake sale.

Because the show is the first weekend in March I could do something along the line of St. Patrick's Day theme, but what I would REALLY like to do is something colorguard related - flag, saber, rifle, etc. as a part of the candy or other treat packaging.

I am counting on you, ladies! I really don't want to have to actually BAKE for this bake sale. I'd much rather donate some candy or other goodie that is craftily (is that a word?) packaged.

Thanks so much!
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:26 PM   #2
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Rock candy (the crystals on a stick) have a cool look to them that might work with your colorguard theme. You can usually order them really inexpensively online. I also thought of 3 musketeers bars (sabers?)
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