Sweeten your Christmas decorating by incorporating holiday candies into centerpieces and arrangements inside and outside your home. How about decorating your home like Hansel and Gretel’s Gingerbread house this year? Or do your version of the game Candyland?
Paper Plate Peppermint Candy | Amy D. – These peppermint candy decorations are super easy to make though give yourself plenty of time to allow the glitter glue to dry. Patience, people.
Peppermint Topiaries | By Stephanie Lynn – I’ve always wanted to create topiaries for my home. Make sure these are out of reach of dogs and children if you have them.
Big Lollipops | Type A Decorating – Another easy candy decoration that does require time, these will have to dry overnight before you can place them outside. And make the neighborhood children drool.
How to make – Large, faux CHRISTMAS CANDY Decorations | The Seasonal Home – Wait! Don’t throw those pool noodles out! Recycle them into Christmas candy decorations.
Candyland Christmas Tree Theme | Budget Decorator – So many fun candy ornaments to make! Just buy extra candy in case anyone munches on the supplies while making the ornaments.
Easy Ribbon Candy Wreath | Hometalk – Got an extra spool of Christmas ribbon after you finish decorating? Turn it into a ribbon candy wreath.
DIY Candy Lights | Oh, Happy Day – Uncrafty folks will love these simple candy lights.
Christmas Candy Trees | Amanda Jane Brown – Grab a bag of Christmas candy from the grocery store, a styrofoam tree form, and start hotgluing. All you need is about 20 minutes tops.
Gum Drop Ornaments | Dream a Little Bigger – I’m in love with these, especially since I have a small stash of paper mache eggs from Easter.
Candy Canes Hung with Red Ribbon in Windows | Goodhousekeeping – Super simple, anyone can do this! Use 3M hooks to secure the candy canes.
Candy Sign | The Seasonal Home – I fell in love with this sign when I saw it on The Seasonal Home. It would be so easy to make with leftover wood scraps.
Lighted Candy Canes Using PVC Pipe | DIY Show off – This Christmas decoration for outside your home will take a bit more time, though the results are well worth the time investment.
Gumdrop Pomander | My Blessed Life – Such a super easy Christmas craft to make at the last minute! Buy extra gum drops for munching while making.
DIY Peppermint Letters | I Dig Pinterest – Another Christmas craft I fell in love with the minute I saw it! Depending on the type of letter forms you buy, this craft can be done in an afternoon or require a little more time. I would recommend buying white letters if you don’t have much time for crafting.