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A balloon topiary: small foam ball from craft store. 1 bag of mixed color balloons. Greening pins or fence staples. Rod and a weighted bottom. Simply twist the balloons around greening pin into foam ball. Then your topiary is complete.

Circus Birthday
Bethany Woods
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Using half toothpicks, skewer fresh cranberries to various sizes of foam balls, available at local crafts stores. Cover the foam completely with berries. Rest the balls on top of shapely glass, silver, or mercury glass candlesticks to create statuesque topiaries.

Ornament topiary made with hot glue and foam ball.

spider topiary craft town by Naughty Secretary Club, via Flickr

lollipop topirayAbbey Wesneske, this what i was talking about on a dowel rod-place in a bucket with gumballs too would be super fun

Cute Candy Topiary... so about to make one for our office love it

New Baby Washcloth Lollipop Bottle Feeding Set by BabySweetTreats, $12.00

Halloween Candy Crafts at Taste of Home. - I'm making this lollipop wreath. Too cute.

cute for a Lala loopsy party! hmmmm...Crystal Sanchez what do u think :)?...

Popsicle stick snowflake wreath... I'm wondering how I can make some that are bigger and sturdier to hang on my front porch from the eaves in January. . . maybe something out of PVC pipe?

20 minute crafter - make a giant star for less than five dollars - it is made from yard sticks

A fun craft idea with the 2013 Flower Pot Tin from Girl Scouts -- you need a styrofoam ball that sticks up out of the pot, three inch squares of green tissue paper and lollipops (wrapped or unwrapped). The image shows this will unwrapped dum-dums. Poke the sucker through the paper, insert into styrofoam until covered. Personally, I'd use wrapped Tootsie Pops!