Christmas Candy Trees

Updated April 24, 2023
Christmas Candy Trees
Christmas Candy Trees
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Christmas is the sweetest holiday of the year. It doesn't get more delicious than there Christmas Candy Trees. These trees are the perfect way to add a more fun and creative centerpiece to the table that everyone will enjoy. This craft is also fairly quick to make, and if you buy bristol board instead of the foam cones from craft stores, the total cost of making this project drops significantly. This candy covered, table topping centerpiece is a great way to spruce up the holiday spirit without blowing through your holiday budget.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaper


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I will make these with MMs--regular minis-- so they are colorful. Have also made these completely edible with kids using waffle cones, chocolate frosting instead of glue, and MMs regular and mini.

What a great idea for a table at a Christmas party! Using hot glue makes them a cute decoration, but if you use royal icing instead, the candies would still be edible. People could safely pick off a few to eat as they grab a snack. They would probably be great sellers at bake sales too.

I have done this with candy kisses to match my colors theme.

Great gift for kiddos! And great idea for a kiddie party! I love this idea since I tried to give some for my nephews and nieces. They liked it so much.

I wish I would have seen these when we had a candy themed Christmas a couple years ago. No matter, we are planning for a Christmas in July Anniversary party this year. These will go great on the cake table. Does anyone know of a way they could be done so you could still eat the candies?

Use royal icing instead of glue.

Thank you for giving me this inspiration. My theme is red and white candy swirls. I have them in lights, ornaments, dishes and garlands. This would make a great candy peppermint tree. It will be cute, easy and very inexpensive. A bag of hard peppermint candies at the dollar store will do it.

i love this idea plus its a gr8 xmas gift idea kids nexst door will lov this !! thank you


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