Floating Ghost Doughnuts

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What you need:

12 ounces white candy melting wafers

12 unglazed cake doughnuts

24 large black confetti sprinkles

Tools:

One 4-foot square piece pegboard

Dowels to fit the pegboard

Washable satin-finish black paint

Paintbrush

Wax paper

What to do:

For the board: Paint the pegboard and dowels with 2 coats of washable satin-finish black paint and let stand until dry between each coat, about 30 minutes. Insert the dowels in the pegboard.

For the doughnuts: Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Set aside.

Microwave the candy melting wafers in a microwave-safe bowl at 100 percent power in 30-second intervals, stirring in between each, until melted and smooth.

Dip the doughnuts in the melted candy. Lay the dipped doughnuts candy-side up on the prepared baking sheet.

While the candy is still warm, stick 2 large black confetti sprinkles above the hole on each of the dipped doughnuts. Let stand 15 minutes.

Place the doughnuts on the pegboard by hanging each of them on a dowel.

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