This Christmas candy decorations DIY is a quick and easy project to make. Use it to decorate with or to use as ornaments.

Welcome to day SIX of my 12 days of Christmas crafts series! These quick projects are perfect for crafters of all levels. I made these with families and kids in mind, because the holidays are such a great time for everyone to craft together. I hope you’ll enjoy these activities on your own or with friends and family.

christmas candy decorations DIY

The 12 projects all feature items given to me by Oriental Trading Company. Check out my Instagram feed and stories to get the scoop on their latest deals along with codes for free shipping.

Supplies Used in this Christmas Candy Decorations DIY:

  • Red paper lanterns
  • Plastic cellophane (clear)
  • Twine

This project is so simple! First open and make the lantern. You can always paint the lantern if you want to add swirls or other effects to it.

Cut a piece of the plastic so that it is at least four inches longer than the lantern on each end. It should also be about to fit all the way around the lantern and overlap slightly.

Wrap the lantern with the cellophane. Twist the ends and tie them with a bit of twine. You can also use twist ties instead, or small rubber bands.

christmas candy decorations DIY

Glue a small loop of twine to the bag of the “candy”. Now you can hang them on a tree, make a banner with them, or set them on a mantle for decor. I hope you’ll enjoy all twelve of my family friendly crafts! See the list below for all of the projects.

12 Days of Christmas Crafts:

  1. Woodland Wreath DIY
  2. Cork Tree Decor
  3. Wood Spool Ornaments
  4. Lollipop Decor DIY
  5. Cotton Candy Ornaments Tutorial
  6. Christmas Candy Decor DIY
  7. Wine Glass Snow Globes
  8. Glove Hanging Decor DIY
  9. Holy Family Ornament Tutorial
  10. Wood Round Ornament DIY
  11. Reindeer Puzzle Ornaments Tutorial
  12. Luchador Tags Free Printable

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