Candy-Filled Paper Cornucopias

Sweeten Christmas by filling these festive and easy-to-make paper horns with candy.
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Materials and Tools:

construction paper, green or red
Scotch tape
tacky glue
lacy ribbon

Steps:

  1. Roll a piece of construction paper into a cone. Glue the ends to secure the cone shape.
  2. Measure ribbon around the opening of the cone and cut the ribbon to size.
  3. Dab glue on one end of the ribbon and press onto the outside of the cornucopia. Wrap a second ribbon around the opening and glue one end of the ribbon on top of the other to form a complete circle. The ribbon should frame the opening of the cornucopia.
  4. Allow the glue to dry fully, and then fill your cornucopia with candy to give to a friend.
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