Pee-wee took his customary eye-opener, consisting of a gumdrop.

Paint the gumdrop with acrylic paint. Cover the entire surface area and allow the paint to dry.

The First Years GumDrop Newborn Pacifier

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  • Tear strips of newspaper into various sizes. Work from the top of the gumdrop form downwards and cover the laundry basket with the strips of newsprint. Use at least four layers of newspaper to create the gumdrop.

    One day recently, the idea popped into my head to decorate with gumdrops. I’ve made two different gum drop crafts {one of which I’ll show you soon…I promise}, but for now here is one that I’m just loving! Introducing….Gum Drop Pomander Ornaments!!

  • Gumdrops are a type of candy. They are usually brightly colored gelatin- or pectin-based pieces, shaped like a truncated cone and coated in granulated sugar.

    ==Characteristics and usage==Gumdrops come in (usually artificial) fruit and spice varieties; the latter are also known as spice drops. Gumdrops, spice drops, and their variations are used in baking, candy crafting, decorating, and for eating out of hand. They are often used for decorating cakes and cupcakes. Around Christmas time, this candy is an ingredient used in making gingerbread houses.

    Gumdrop
    Type Confectionery
    Main ingredients Gelatin or pectin, granulated sugar, flavoring
    Variations Spice drops
    Cookbook: Gumdrop  Media: Gumdrop







    • Gum Drop Hop 3
    • Gum Drop Hop 2
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    You can make different flavors of Gumdrops! Use orange juice instead of grape juice and one drop each red and yellow food coloring for orange gumdrops. For pineapple gumdrops, substitute pineapple juice for the grape juice and use yellow food coloring. Use your imagination!

Ferrara Pan Spice Gum Drop Candy, 30 Pound -- 1 each.

instead of using glue, cut toothpics in half to attach the gum drops….now you have edible ornaments. very cute!! another great idea is using the red and green ones, using toothpicks and make a tree out of the gumdrops.