May Day Baskets
The tradition was to knock on the door, shout “May basket,” and then run
The blog, Skip to My Lou, has shared loads of simple ideas for making your own May Day baskets.
|Photos: Skip To My Lou, Regina's Candies, Oh Yay Studio|
May Day is often represented by bouquets of fresh flowers, but with a few supplies you could make paper flowers featuring your confections. If you have individually wrapped candies, like foil-wrapped truffles or caramels or taffy wrapped in wax paper, put your own sweet spin on this Candy Bouquet by It’s Always Autumn. All you need is crepe paper (or tissue paper), a hot glue gun and sucker sticks.
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