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10 Creative Ways to Use Candy Canes

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10 Creative Ways to Use Candy Canes

Can you believe it’s December already?  It’s time to set up the Christmas tree.  It’s time to do some holiday baking.  And it’s time to do some holiday crafts!  And what better place to get some inspiration than from the good old candy cane?  There are so many talented and creative people out there.  Just check out the list below for 10 creative ways to use candy canes.

10 Creative Ways to Use Candy Canes

Make a candy cane wreath.  This is surprisingly beautiful!  It would be such a festive way to decorate an interior door:

Candy Cane Wreath

Source At the Picket Fence

Make Hot Chocolate Stir Sticks.  This looks so delicious!  I absolutely love mint and hot chocolate together and with the marshmallow on the end, it’s adorable:

Hot Chocolate Stir Sticks

Source Bridgey Widgey

How cute would it be to make candy cane place card holders?  I’ve also seen these as labels for food on a buffet table.  It’s an easy way to make your holiday table a little more festive:

Holiday Place Card Holder

Source Sew Many Ways

Candy Cane Sleds.  These are so cute, especially with the little chocolate presents on top! If there are any kids at your table, these would make great favours for them:

Candy Cane Sleds

Source Betty Crocker

Chocolate Covered Candy Canes.  Again, the chocolate and mint combo is one of my favourites!  You can use these to stir your hot cocoa or you can just eat them as a snack:

Chocolate Dipped Candy Canes

Source Darling Magazine

Candy Cane Vase.  This is such a cute way to embellish your centerpiece.  You can easily add some red and white to your table with this clever alternative to a vase:

Candy Cane Vase

Source Better Homes and Gardens

Candy Cane Tree.  This is insane, but it has such a terrific effect!  You thought the candy cane wreath above was a lot of work, imagine making this guy!  Follow the link below to check out the tutorial:

Candy Cane Tree

Source Amen Photography

Chocolate Chunk Candy Cane Cheesecake.  Or really any cake would look so festive with candy canes lined up around the edges:

Candy Cane Cake

Source My Recipes

Candy Cane Reindeer.  Remember making these when you were a kid?  I’m going to have to make these with Leah and Kate some day:

Candy Cane Reindeer

Source A Pumpkin and a Princess

Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops.  These are just so pretty. And kids would absolutely love them.  Try these if you ever need something pretty to add a little colour to your dessert table:

Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops

Source Liv Life

Doesn’t everyone end up with massive amounts of candy canes every year? And you can’t just eat them all- these are totally cute ideas. Pinned to my Christmas board!

visiting from “Wonderful Wednesday” love these Ideas! totally pinned. thanks for sharing

These are ALL adorable, simple, and do-able! Thanks for sharing.

I love all these! What a fun roundup!

I love so many of these! The vase, the dipped candy canes, the stir sticks. My mom used to do the little reindeer, so I love those too! Thanks for sharing 🙂

everything is so cute! I pinned from the pin it party on creative geekery

Nice! love Christmas! having my nieces over this weekend. The santa candy cane sled and candy cane tree will be fun activities for us! Have you tried any yourself? Any tips, ya’ll?

Wow, this is a fabulous collection and they are all darling! I love the marshmellow ones and the sled place holders! Thank you for sharing on the Four Seasons Blog Hop.
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I love the candy cane wreath. I am wondering how it would work out with real candy canes?

What a fun collection! I love candy canes – they’re probably my favorite holiday candy, even though they’re simple. I really like the looks of that candy cane marshmallow pop.

These are such awesome ideas. I think the wreath is my favorite!

I love candy canes, and these ideas are beautiful and adorable. Anything with a candy cane seems like so much fun!

Adorable candy cane ideas. Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

SO cute! Thanks for linkin up to Sunday FUNday! Featuring you this weekend on the blog! XO

Oh, I remember candy cane reindeer! I need to try those with the kids!
The wreath is pretty, but I’m just not patient enough.

Stopping in from Foley Fam!

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