Even if you don’t do trick-or-treating, it seems like there is always plenty of candy floating around during this time of the year… Add a little creativity to your kids’ sugar high with this fun cartboard project!
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There are no special tools necessary–I cut it with scissors or even my rotary cutter. You get to skip the sanding step and never need to remove splinters. The cardboard version is a nice prototype for a more durable wooden version.
In this video you could learn how to make amazing candy dispenser. You need some cardboard, popsicle sticks, spring, acrylic glass and of course a lot of candys! You can used M&M’s, Skittles, Nerds, Tic Tac and any other small candys.
This is family friendly machine that will impress everyone.You can write onto the slots to label them this is a fun sorting activity for kids of any age, or cut out small pieces of paper and stick them on.