Get well bouquet

Get well soon!

If you know someone who is in need of a little cheering up, here's a super cute and inexpensive way to send some sunshine. Thanks to Debbie for this wonderful idea!
 
What you will need:

Lots of suckers! We used 1 bag of dum dum pops, I bag of blow pops and 1 bag of tootsie roll pops (You can mix and match)

Plastic ice cream sundae dish

Round Styrofoam balls

Wooden dowels

Glue

 

You will also need to make a sign for the bouquet. We used "It sucks to be sick! Get well soon!"

Take the Styrofoam ball and glue it down in sundae dish.

Push your suckers in all over!

Put your "Get well" message on a card and attach to the wooden dowel.

This was very quick to make and only cost about $7.50 each! The supplies above make two.

 

related topics: crafts, get well, diy

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