Candy Construction: How to Build Race Cars, Castles, and Other Cool Stuff out of Store-Bought Candy

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Storey Publishing, Oct 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
Build a candy fantasy! Use ordinary store-bought candy and cookies as the raw material for a brand-new kind of crafting, where castles are made with wafer-cookie walls and race cars have Oreos for wheels. Sharon Bowers provides step-by-step instructions for dozens of whimsical and fun projects that will have you seeing candy in a whole new way. From licorice pirates and centipedes made from Life Savers to marshmallow aliens and candy bento boxes, the sweet possibilities are endless.
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Chapter 1 BLUEPRINTS AND CONSTRUCTION NOTES
10
Chapter 2 THINGS THAT GO VROOM
26
Chapter 3 FLIGHTS OF FANCY
60
Chapter 4 FUN AND GAMES
86
Chapter 5 UNNATURAL WONDERS
108
Chapter 6 HOLIDAY TREATS
124
Candy Construction Notes
143
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Sharon Bowers is a cookbook author and a former producer at the Food Network's web site, where her easy and stylish Halloween recipes remain perennial holiday favorites.

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