In advance: Make 3 candy stars for each favor. Tint a portion of melted white candy yellow using candy color. Mold candy. Refrigerate to set; unmold. Attach lollipop sticks to back with melted candy; let set.
Prepare cereal treats recipe and immediately fill cones with mixture.
Tint 1 pk. candy green using candy color; thin with a small amount of vegetable shortening.
Cover cones with melted candy. Tap to remove excess candy and stand cone wide end down on waxed paper to dry.
Prepare one candy clay recipe; divide in half. Tint blue and violet.
For mouthpieces, roll out clay 1/8 in. thick; cut 1 x 1 1/2 in. long strips. Mold strips around narrow end of cone and attach with brush dipped in corn syrup (if needed).
For stripes, roll out clay 1/16 in. thick; cut 1/4 x 8 in. long strips; wind around cone and attach with brush dipped in corn syrup if (if needed). Let set.
Attach curling ribbon to star lollipops and insert in cones at staggered heights.
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This was a relative quick food treat to make. While you really can't do this totally at the last moment-but almost. The " College Grad Gal" appreciated this fun addition along with, of course the card. I am planning to create another "Horn Blast" using cake star pops for the an end of the year teacher gift. I rolled the candy clay as thin as I could, however the stipe still appeared chunky. I thought about using the sugar sheets for the stripe on this step. Also keep in mind the air temperature when you present the "Horn Blast" to the recipient