Candy Cane Christmas Decorations are popular Christmas decorations where peppermint candy canes in its traditional red and white color, is hanged on Christmas tree and other parts of house. There are many lovely ideas that you can use in your indoor or outdoor home decoration. Most of these are DIY ideas that you can make on your own with some simple steps. So, here is our pick of top 40 Christmas decorations using candy canes.
1. Hanging Candy Cane Decoration:
These hanging canes will look amazing on your windows. They are simple to decorate and look completely festive at the same time. All you need to do is hang candy canes, either real or artificial from your window sill. To ensure that the ribbons do not slip from the candy canes, use hot glue gun.
2. Wooden Candy Cane Decoration:
Greet your guests with the sweetness of this outdoor decoration using wooden candy canes and red lollipops. Just cut out two candy cane outlines from cardboard or ply and wrap burlap ribbons on its. Beautify it with ribbons or anything that suits the decoration.
3. Candy Cane Wreath Decor:
This is a simple handmade decor that will look fabulous on your front door. Green ornaments are adding a perfect pop of color to this wreath. Purchase a Styrofoam wreath form from your nearby craft store and wrap it with red and white ribbons or yarn, as shown in the image above.
4. Wire Art In Candy Cane Design:
This is a unique and stylish candy cane decoration that will fascinate the bikers in your family. It’s a bit difficult to make it yourself, considering all the details involved. If you’re lucky enough, you can find it in a bike souvenir shop. So just hunt!
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5. Candy Cane Christmas Decorations Ideas: Simple Wreath
Make a plain wreath using actual candy canes arranged in the shape of a wreath. Perfect for the lazy revelers! If you see closely, two candy canes are attached with a cello tape and then all the pairs are combined to form a wreath. It’s so easy that even a child can do it.
6. A Peppy Centerpiece:
You can also make this bright centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table with lots of candy canes and a striped ribbon. Your first job for creating this centerpiece involves purchasing loads of candy canes, enough to fill the entire metal basket. The striped ribbon can be sourced easily.
7. Candy Cane Tree Decoration:
Decorate the Christmas tree with lots of candy canes and kids will certainly love it. Reminiscent of your childhood, isn’t it? And the red decorative items are looking exceptionally beautiful against white Christmas tree. After all, red and white are typical Christmassy colors.
8. Sweet Candy Cane Tree:
What about a Christmas tree made from candy canes? It is deliciously sweet and adorable. You basically need to stick candy canes to a Christmas tree shaped cake and make a star at the top with the whipped cream. Don’t forget to top it with a lollipop tree topper.
9. Wreath Combined With Red Ornaments:
Another wonderful idea to make a Christmas wreath using candy canes and red small ornaments. The ribbon is looking beautiful in this design. Since the wreath will be hung all holiday long, we’d suggest you go for fake candy canes, if you can source it. And opt for small sized candy canes, not full sized.
10. Candy Cane Vase:
Replace traditional flower vases with this handmade candy cane vase. This is the most festive decor using candy canes. For the flowers, roses are used, but you can use any flower you like in either red or white. We think peonies and poinsettias would look amazing.
11. Stocking Holders:
Make candy canes the stocking holders hanging from your fireplace mantel. Just for the information, these are not real candy canes, but are made by wrapping candy cane wire forms with red and white ribbons or twine.
12. Unorthodox Center Decoration:
This is a vintage decor using canes wrapped with twine to make a unique centerpiece for your table. We must say the pail bucket would make a lovely addition to your rustic Christmas decoration. If you’re opting for modern decoration, wrap the candy canes forms in red and white and place in a glass vase instead.
13. Candy Cane Candle Decoration:
Tie colorful canes around white candle pillars to create this amazing table decor. This is a simple and very creative ideas! We even loved the texture on the pillar candle. It’s a nice break from regular, plain pillar candle.
14. Marquee Decoration:
Make this candy can marquee sign and place it on your fireplace mantel. It will be the most creative Christmas decoration for your home. To make this marquee sign, you have to decorate the JOY letters in red and white strips. Make sure you outline the red strip with glitter and top it with LED lights.
15. Creative Christmas Tree:
This is a creative Christmas tree designed with giant candy canes. It is beautifully illuminated with warm Christmas lights. And these are not real candy canes. This Christmas tree is basically made by painting a walking stick red and white. But we must say it’s looking exactly like candy cane.
16. DIY Plumbing Clamps Decor:
This is a very lovely craft using old plumbing clamps and a wooden board. Perfect for the creative heads in family. We’d suggest you use two paint coats for the clamps, instead of just one. It will look a lot neater.
17. Handmade Candy Cane Holder Decor:
This is also a creative handmade candy cane holder for your wall decor. It looks absolutely Christmasy! And when you’re creating this decoration, ensure that you don’t unwrap the candy canes. We’re sure you wouldn’t want flies hovering around your decoration.
18. Candy Cane Swag:
What about this frosted candy cane swag for your door decor? It seems as if candy canes and berries are coated with sugar crystals and then tied together with snow dusted bows.
19. Minimalist Candy Cane Decor:
A minimal tree decor using candy canes. You can choose this idea for your table top tree and amaze your children. Alternatively, you can go for an even smaller tabletop Christmas tree and use it as your Christmas centerpiece. If you have kids coming over, decorate the tree with a few more candy canes.
20. Candy Cane Themed Room Decoration:
An entire room decoration using candy canes. It is looking inspired by the fairy tales and is very lovely. We especially loved the twisted candy cane table topper. It somewhat reminds us of the movie “Alice in Wonderland”, where everything was twisted.
21. Christmas Swag Decoration:
A charming Christmas swag made with candy canes, ribbons, greens, and ornaments. The supplies required for this classic decoration are available at almost every craft store. You just need to arrange them properly.
22. Candy Cane Santa Clause Decoration:
Bring Santa to your Christmas decorations with this candy cane Santa ornament design. It is cute and will look adorable on your Christmas tree. First, you need to download the template for this felt Santa so that all of them are same. You can give these to children as return gifts.
23. Yarn Candy Cane Ornaments:
Make your Christmas tree ornaments using yarn in red and white color. A simple craft for a beautiful decor! You just need to twist the red and white yarn in the shape of a candy cane and top it with a mini bow.
24. Tabletop Decoration:
It is a beautiful tabletop decoration using peppermint candy canes, flowers, vase and candle. A complete decor for Christmas. And did you notice, the tabletop Christmas trees is also in the colors of peppermint- red, white and green. We must say it stands out in the entire decoration.
25. Tabletop Plant Decoration:
These are the loveliest plants for your indoor home decor during Christmas. Pillows in the shape of peppermint candies affixed to red and white stand are placed in white potted plants. The bow is adding a perfect element of décor.
26. Dining Table Decoration:
Decorate your dining table with these lovely candy cane glasses and Santa hats. It’s sure to make the most wonderful and quirky centerpiece, with all the cottons and candy canes.
27. Mantel Decoration:
Place this ceramic mug filled with candy canes and ornaments on your table. This is seriously the easiest candy cane decoration we could come up for you. The wordings on the ribbon will elevate everyone’s Christmas spirit.
28. Christmas Vase Decoration:
Red and white candy cane themed Christmas decorations will become more beautiful with these vases filled with canes and ornaments. The theme is spread to the third jar as well, which is filled red and white ribbon bows. Nothing looks over the top here. Rather, it looks very classy and chic.
29. Hand Crafted Candy Cane Decoration:
These cute reindeer ornaments are handmade and it takes lesser time than you can think of. You just need to join and wrap two candy canes with a brown colored yarn, place googly eyes and a tiny sized red pompom to make it look like a reindeer.
30. Crafty Countdown Decor:
Make your fun and easy advent calendar using felt in red and white color with lots of candy canes. And make your child or children remove and eat one candy cane as the day passes. Let us warn you beforehand. It would be very tough for you to stop your children from eating all the candy canes at once.
31. Mirror Decoration With Candy Cane:
Make this mirror on the wall stand out as the most magnificent item of your home decor with this idea. It brings along all the elements of Christmas decoration on the wall. The mirror wreath is made with peppermint ornaments, fake candies and candy canes, berries, pinecones, ornaments and loads of pine leaves.
32. Front Foyer Decoration:
This is a thoughtful and minimalist decor for front door. Jingle bells tied with green ribbons is perfectly highlighting this idea. Let us inform you, you’ll need basic painting skills and steady hands for replicating it neatly.
33. Simple Candy Cane Decor:
If you love simple decor ideas, this is the idea for you! You just have to hang candy canes in different colors from a twine or rope. The more columns you make, the merrier.
34. Stylish Christmas Door Decoration:
Highlight the front door with this amazing candy cane and snowflakes swag. It may look a bit jazzy to some people, but Christmas itself is all about being elaborate and out of the box.
35. Christmas Mantel Decoration:
A fireplace designed on the theme of candy canes is an appealing decor for Christmas. We totally love the idea of placing two oversized gingerbread men on both sides of the mantel (we wonder if they’re real or fake). And the logs are also in the form of candy canes. Interesting!
36. Christmas Elf Decoration:
A cute and creative Christmas elf decoration using felt and candy canes. Perfect for the elf-fans in your family. You can consider making this cutie patootie with your child in the Christmas morning. It will make a fun Christmas activity for all of you.
37. Christmas Bunting Decor:
Make this adorable Christmas bunting with candy canes made from felt. Loved the cute and colorful ornaments! And the vanilla chocolate puff pie is making us hungry!
38. Vintage Decoration:
Bring vintage charm to your home decor with this idea of filling candy canes in this antique mug and placing it nicely on a vintage tray. Even the tray used looks very rustic, with its worn out appearance. And the greens are adding an extra dimension to the decoration.
39. Mason Jar Decoration:
You can always go for mason jar decorations for Christmas time. It is a handmade decoration idea. And it’s pocket friendly too! You just need to use your creativity to beautify it.
40. Candy Cane Ornament:
A perfect Christmasy ornament for any corner of your home or simply hang it on the tree. It looks fabulous always! And it will look great hung outdoors as well, as seen in the picture.
These are our top 40 Christmas decoration ideas using candy canes in varied styles, shapes, sizes, and designs.