PAPER FLORAL BACKDROP
Sign us up if you're ever throwing a party that involves a candy buffet. Especially if it also involves a candy buffet backdrop, literally. Filled with KISSES Milk Chocolates and ROLO® Chewy Caramels to our heart's content, this DIY Coffee Filter Floral Backdrop is just one of those projects that you see come to life on its own, and it's as easy and quick as you can unwrap KISSES Milk Chocolates.
- ROLO® Chewy Caramels, 66.7-Ounce
KISSES Milk Chocolates, Silver Foils, 66.7-Ounce
Tissue Paper in Desired Colors
KISSES Milk Chocolates with Almonds, Gold, 66.7-Ounce
Disposable K-Cup Filters
Tin Snips or Wire Cutters
Food Coloring or Watercolor
- To make the miniature coffee filter flowers: We used disposable K-Cup filters since the diameter is small enough that you can use KISSES Milk Chocolate as the stamen. We used a mix of plain white filters and a few colored ones with the help of a spray bottle. This will give you a fluid pattern on the filters, but you can also dip them entirely for a solid dye.
Wait an hour or so till they dry and using 3-4 filters per flowers to add texture, glue KISSES Milk Chocolates on the center.
To make the tissue paper flowers: Cut 3-4" squares and stack 3-4 sheets in alternating angles. Glue a ROLO® Chewy Caramel on the center of each as the stamen.
Place your flowers at random on the suspended chicken wire. No need to glue! We cut the chicken wire in an organic irregular shape and suspended from the ceiling using hooks. If you can't use the ceiling and need a free-standing option, we recommend suspending from a backdrop frame. Candy used in the backdrop is for decorative purposes only.