Candy cane crafts

10 Festive & Fun Candy Cane Crafts

What a sweet way to celebrate the season.

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What’s not to love about candy canes? They’re easy to find, inexpensive, edible, and tasty. Plus, you can make festive decorations, gift toppers, and a variety of other fun crafts with them. Candy canes are pepper-meant to take center stage this holiday season.

This candy cane wreath from Mom on Timeout is an easy DIY project to make with kids that will spruce up your home for the holidays. The center is actually an old CD that’s been spray painted with glitter. Genius!Mom on Timeout

If you’re looking for an easy candy cane craft that can double as a gift for teachers, friends, or even your own kids, look no further than this candy cane sleigh craft from Princess Pinky Girl. Glue dots, ribbon, and lots of candy is all you need.

Beautify your holiday table with this gorgeous candy cane centerpiece from DIY Candy. Use whichever color of candy canes best suit your holiday decor to add a festive touch to your home.DIY Candy

Create these fun candy cane Christmas tress from Mom on Timeout with some felt, scissors, hot glue, and a few sparkles. Your kids will want to hang them all over every inch of the big tree.

Did you know that with just a bit of heat and time in the oven, you can make different shapes with candy canes? This candy cane garland craft from Frosting And A Smile uses the technique to link together a gorgeous DIY garland. Frosting And A Smile

This reindeer candy cane craft from Mom on Timeout is so simple for kids to put together themselves. All you need is some pipe cleaners, pom poms, and googly eyes. They make adorable class gifts, decorations, and ornaments.

Add some holiday cheer to your outfit when you wear this festive candy cane craft necklace from the Mod Podge Rocks blog. It has a tiny candy cane right inside of the pendant!Mod Podge Rocks

I seriously cannot get over how adorable this candy cane craft is. Follow the tutorial from This Grandma Is Fun to make a holiday craft that uses frosting as “glue” so it’s as yummy to eat as it is fun to make.

This super simple and decorative candy cane craft from Creative Green Living actually doesn’t use any real candy canes at all. Instead, it uses red and white LEGO pieces to create a fun candy cane-shaped ornament to hang on your tree.

One easy consumable candy cane craft you can make at home this holiday season is Peppermint Vanilla Sugar Scrub. This recipe from Meatloaf and Melodrama is topped with crushed candy canes and makes a great DIY gift to give.Meatloaf and Melodrama

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