Candy Christmas decorations that will turn your home into the sweetest candy Winterland!
The Christmas countdown reminds me there are less than 20 days before the merriest holiday in the year. It is the best time to decorate your home as a real Sugarland and welcome the sweetest emotions to your family.
Let’s begin! Do not forget to visit our merriest Pinterest page where you can find more fantastic Christmas ideas.
Candy Christmas Decorations
Candy Christmas decorations will bring joy to everyone, from the very little ones to the people who love elegant and stylish decorations.
It is the perfect mixture of classic red, white and green palette but with an option to add a personal touch and make it significant for your home.
Besides the red and white swirls, you can use the delicious candy pink shades to make it even sweeter. Moreover, you can use real candies and treats to decorate your festive tree, wreaths, and garlands.
Lollipops, gingerbread cookies and gingerbread houses, candy canes, candy, and bonbons are ideal eatable Christmas decorations that will give a magical touch to your home. Plus baking gingerbread cookies at home will add the most festive sugar cinnamon fragrance to your home.
For those of you who love DIY and crafts, there are fantastic ideas for making giant candy canes, peppermints, and even to make real sugar ornaments.
How to Make Candy Christmas Ornaments
We found a super easy and creative recipe for candy Christmas ornaments from Tablespoon:
- Heat oven to 350°F. Line a large cookie sheet with cooking parchment paper.
- Spray the insides of cookie cutters with cooking spray
- Place 2 inches apart on the cookie sheet
- Arrange 4 to 8 hard candies to fit in each cookie cutter
- Bake for 4 to 6 minutes or until the candy is melted
- Cool 3 minutes
- Spray toothpick with cooking spray
- With a toothpick, make a hole in the top of each ornament
- Cool completely in a cookie cutter for about 20 minutes or until hardened
- Carefully remove the candy ornament from the cookie cutter, breaking any excess candy from the outer edges of the cookie cutter, if necessary.
- String ribbon through the hole in the ornament, and tie for hanging.
Video Tutorial: How to Make Candy Cane Decorations
You shouldn’t forget about the risk of disappearing the real candy Christmas decorations from your tree or wreath, so there is a great DIY Candy cane tutorial in the video below:
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