You'll need to start by thinking about what sweets you want to include in your sweet cone. As the cone shaped bag is rather slim at the bottom, it's best to start with smaller sweets such as Rainbow Drops, Millions or Jelly Beans.
Once 1/4 of the bag is filled with the smallest sweet, add some bigger sized treats such as mini marshmallows, Mini Eggs (perfect for Easter hunts), Malteasers, Smarties or Harribos. Now half your bag should be filled.
You can continue to add some more medium-sized sweets now, maybe something like Jelly Babies, chocolate Buttons, Bon Bons or Fizzy Cola Bottles.
Now you're nearing the top of the bag, this is where you add the bigger sweets such as big marshmallows or space ships.
Now you've got the sweets, it's time to get started on building your sweet cones. Here's everything you'll need to get started.
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