Candy canes are traditional for Christmas, these delicious candies just scream holidays! Incorporate candy canes – real or decorative ones into your holiday home decor and not only to feel that traditional coziness and holiday cheer.
Just in time for the holidays, learn how to make beaded candy cane Ornaments. Created with pipe cleaners and beads, give these fun ornaments a primitive twist, making them gift-ready and perfect for your Christmas tree. These lovely ornaments look beautiful on the Christmas tree, tied to a present, or tucked into a gift basket.
Make these pretty yarn-wrapped Christmas ornaments – they are ideal to make with a kid. Just start with a basic papier-mâché or wood ornament, paint with glittery paint, and wrap with yarn. Read the whole tutorial and make lots of candy canes and other ornaments – balls, stockings, stars, moons and other stuff you like.
What Christmas tree is complete without a candy cane? The perfect red and clear white hues come together to make a classic candy cane. Visually striking against the needles of an evergreen, you could make a whole gaggle of these to pepper your tree or holiday mantle. If you’re not scared of grafting, you can tackle this 6 row pattern over and over between now and the holidays. Maybe it’s just me who lives for the idea of including knit and crochet gift toppers on every present one day, but this candy cane definitely seems like a doable gift topper idea for everyone.
The candy cane cookie cutter inspired this glitter candy cane Christmas ornament. Actually, the whole craft is about glittering and wrapping the cookie cutter to make it an ornament. Read the tutorial, go crafting and voila – you now have a beautiful DIY glitter candy cane Christmas ornament to hang on your tree. Happy holidays!
How to make cool candy cane ornaments or gift tags? Grab some polymer clay and go! This tutorial will tell you how to make such a decoration using this clay, and you’ll find out how to make various cursive words or pretzels if you want. Such an easy and cute Christmas project!
If you like crocheting, why not repeat this pretty candy cane Christmas ornament in red and white? Find out how to make it and how to attach parts to each other. It’s a very soft and cozy decoration – what can be cuter than knit pieces in winter? Get inspired!
Salt dough is ideal to make Christmas ornaments. I love this style of salt dough ornament because it’s super easy for toddlers to help. If you have an older child (preschool or older), they may even be able to make the whole candy cane themselves! The finished salt dough candy cane Christmas ornaments look whimsy and very holiday-like, so cool!
This DIY candy cane wreath takes 10 minutes to make, and requires little skill! Besides, it’s a great and fun alternative to a usual Christmas wreath on your front door. The whole craft is about wrapping it with tinsel in red and white, enjoy crafting and spruce up your space with this colorful wreath.
If you wonder what it would be like to celebrate Christmas in warmer weather. Wanna pull off Christmas California or Florida style or anywhere that isn’t currently blanketed in snow at the moment? This DIY was definitely inspired by a warmer climate, but these candy cane lawn flamingos look great stuck in a pile of snow as well. They are simple to make and add a bright, whimsical touch to your front lawn to welcome any guests you have coming this holiday.
Such a cute little garland is a great idea to make your Christmas tree or hot chocolate station bolder and catchier. The garland includes candy canes of red and white pipe cleaners, and then you just make a garland of them. Read the simple tutorial and get inspired to make one!
Make a simple and cute Christmas tree garland of red and white rick-rack! It’s a cute decoration for holidays, you may rock it anywhere you want. Read how to make this Christmas garland fast and easily and enjoy!
This DIY large candy cane pillow might just be my favorite though! I mean how fun would this be on your couch to snuggle up with and watch Christmas movies? And because of the shape of it, it is almost like a body pillow with a built in neck pillow. It’s really such a fun touch to your holiday decorations!
Who doesn’t love candy canes during the holidays? Minty and sweet and such an adorable shape! Even if you don’t eat them, they just look so cute hanging on a Christmas tree or around the home. The traditional red and white ones were popular when I was growing up but today shops and vendors carry all kinds of colorful varieties!
These cute and glittery craft foam coasters will be a nice gift for Christmas, everyone will be happy about them! Read how to make them fast and enjoy crafting them for you yourself and for your friends and family in the source.