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  • Ash

    Blood Slide - Bloody Glass Shard CandyStep 1: Ingredients and Recipe2 cups sugar2/3 cup light corn syrup4 Tbs waterred food dyebamboo skewer or tooth picStep 2: Bring Sugar Mixture to a BoilBring s...

  • Brigid McManamon

    Perfect for a Haunted Halloween Party! Scary, and pretty sick...but...kindda cool! i should explain this is sugar candy, with food coloring. Appearing to be shattered bloody glass for halloween decor.

  • Elaine Lockwood

    Dexter Blood Slide Suckers: Eat At Your Own Risk!

  • Kelsey

    Shattered bloody glass for Halloween cupcakes! Made from sugar.

  • Jamie Parkins

    Shattered Glass Candy- this would be very cool for your next Halloween party...

  • Heather Thorpe

    shattered glass from a crime scene candy

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