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Melted Candy Christmas Ornament Craft

By: Elizabeth Lampman from Frugal Mom, Eh!
Melted Candy Christmas Ornament Craft
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For an easy holiday project thats fun for young and old alike, make these beautiful Melted Candy Christmas Ornament Craft. Making Christmas ornaments has never been so sweet. The festive designs inside the slices of these classic hard candies create beautiful, edible art. The pretty colors and unexpected design make this project a real treat. Everyone will fall in love with your unique Christmas craft ideas and will want to make one for their own tree. Best of all, this project appropriate for crafters young and old. Gather up the kids and turn off the television - this is a creative way to bond and make money during the holiday season. An added bonus is you can eat the leftover candy when you're done.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials


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I have an overload of hard Christmas candy that was bought on sale a couple of years ago, so this is the perfect use for it! Maybe I will make a candy ornament for each of the grandkids to put in their stockings, too. Tuna cans would be just about right to make wreaths from.

This is such a clever idea and I love the bright burst of color of this ornament. It almost looks like blown glass!

Wow! These are really pretty. I never would have thought of doing this, or even thought it possible. I am definitely going to be on the hunt for candies like this so I can make my own. The kids will love them too. Such a nice change up from candy canes.

These definitely have a WOW factor. Love that you can eat them. The kids will love that (when given permission! Tee Hee!)

I love this idea, and will plan on making quite a few of these as gifts. I love transluecent glass, or anything that looks like it! What a great idea! Thanks!


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