Easy Candy Cane Crafts

candy cane vase

Candy Cane Vase

Candy Cane Vase

Recycle a tin can by covering it with a ring of candy canes; insert evergreen trimmings, or silk Christmas florals, and decorate with a bow.

chenille stem candy canes

Chenille Stem Candy Canes

Chenille Stem Candy Cane Craft

Craft designer Amanda Formaro, from crafts.Kaboose.com, shows how to make super easy candy cane decorations using two different colors of chenille stems.

rudolphcandy cane ornament

Rudolph Candy Cane Ornament

Candy Cane Rudolph Ornament

This is a cute, very easy candy cane decoration, with the instructions posted a few years ago by craftdaily.blogspot.com.

It’s still a fun craft activity for the kids to try.

craft foam candy canes

Craft Foam Candy Cane Decorations

Craft Foam Candy Cane Decorations

WomansDay.com
can be relied upon for good quality, inexpensive craft projects – and this Christmas decoration, made from craft foam cut into candy cane shapes, is no exception. A printable pattern to make the foam shapes is provided.

yarn candy cane

DMC Candy Cane Tree Trim

Yarn Candy Cane

Lovely to hang on the tree or add to a gift, these candy canes are made from DMC pearl cotton twisted around a pipe cleaner.

Simple, inexpensive, and very effective! From ChristmasCrafts.com.

Marble Painted Candy Cane Video

See the video embedded below to learn how children can make a Marble Painted Candy Cane. Essentially, you’ll need a paper candy cane shape, a shallow box to hold the candy cane shape while painting, some paint and a ball (not necessarily a marble; any small ball will do) to roll inside the box. A good candy cane activity for preschoolers or younger children.

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