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 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.
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 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
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.
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.