Kelp Skewers

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What you need:

One 1-pound package blue-green sour apple gummy belts

Tools:

Fifteen 12-inch skewers

Large clear jar

What to do:

Thread 4 or 5 sour gummy belt candies on a 12-inch skewer, alternating the direction of the folds, so the candy looks ruffled.

Repeat with more sour belts on the remaining skewers. Stand the finished skewers upright in a large clear jar.

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