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Willy Wonka with a Girly Twist, by A Charming Fête  - Willy Wonka with a Girly Twist , Candy

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Holly Y says...

@ 12:27 on Feb 02, 2012

1_thumb LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

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Holly Y says...

@ 12:27 on Feb 02, 2012

11_thumb seriously cute!

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Holly Y says...

@ 12:27 on Feb 02, 2012

14_thumb LOVE the gobstoppers!

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Melissa N says...

@ 12:52 on Feb 02, 2012

7_thumb where did you find the poster and Wonka bars? SOOO COOL!

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Lisa C says...

@ 17:21 on Feb 02, 2012

7_thumb Hi :) Thanks!!! I got the movie poster from allposters.com. I made the Wonka bars using photoshop and an image found on the web. I just wrapped some cardboard in tin foil and blew up the wrapper image.

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Brenda M says...

@ 23:00 on Feb 03, 2012

Congrats! Your decoration is... SO SWEET! I love it

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Melissa H says...

@ 11:53 on Sep 24, 2012

7_thumb Hi Lisa - How did you make your faux mushrooms? I'm having a hard time creatively coming up with a way to make those, totally stuck ... Thanks for any help!!

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Lisa C says...

@ 16:06 on Sep 24, 2012

7_thumb Hi Melissa, this was actually an easy project! What I did was get some different color fabric. I got a nude fabric for the stems and inexpensive bright fabric and felt for the tops. I took a standard sized plastic cup and used a hot glue gun to cover the cup. I flipped it upside down and this became the stem. Then I got some round styrofoam balls from the craft store and cut them in half with a knife. I covered the top half-circle in bright fabric and them added some smaller round circle fabric pieces for the spots then just glued the top piece to the stem with a dab of hot glue!

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