Virtually any holiday can benefit from a candy tree. Whether it`s miniature dark chocolate bars for Halloween, wrapped butterscotch candies for Thanksgiving or perky peppermints for Christmas, a candy tree is easy to make and fun to display. Simply purchase a foam cone of any size from a craft supply store and attach the preferred candy to the foam with pins. (Pins are safer than using a hot glue gun, which could cause the candy to melt). If the ingredients of this decoration start disappearing, just keep turning it to hide the bare spots, or add more candy!
Wrapped hard candies and candy canes - a classic Christmas treat! -- can be used to make garlands and wreaths. Or consider filling colored cellophane bags with candies, then tying them with ribbon and hanging them from the tree. This kind of decoration also can be grouped together as a centerpiece for the dining table, or as a display on a mantle or shelf. Consider adding some small area rugs in colors that complement the candy, such as yellow rugs or red rugs, to carry this theme throughout the room.
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