Candy Cane Ornaments

First let me start by saying that
if you are related to me, and going to a certain party on Saturday, stop reading right now...
The following is a secret!


These very nice carved candy canes came from




I bought them for myself last year and I'm buying 
them for gifts this year.



I started by writing names and the year, using a paint pen on each 
candy cane.














I made a bow with a length of jute and finished it off 
with a mini rusty clothespin.






The candy cane is attached to Christmas paper with a small glue dot.










Each ornament is wrapped in a little cello bag with a vintage label.


Now they're ready for all the cousins at the family 
Christmas party.


But until then, they're put away.... shhhhh!






                               
Homeroad
Homeroad

I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

Comments

  1. What a wonderful gift idea! So neat.

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  2. Great gift idea, Susan! I love how you personalized them!

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  3. What a really sweet gift idea! I promise not to tell any of your relatives. ;)

    Jeanine

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  4. no peeking, eh? That would never work around here. As soon as someone tells me not to look, I DO!
    your candy cane ornaments are adorable susan! Love the extra TLC you put in them.
    gail

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  5. Nothing beats a homemade gift at Christmas, and candy is as much fun to make, as it is to receive. Moreover, candy is love... :)

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  6. Where did you find the candy canes?

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    1. Candy Canes came from Terry's Village... above it the link :)

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  7. Those are cute Susan, but when I first saw them my head said..... "oh mannnn, Susan made wood candy canes!". I'm relieved you didn't make them, because I want some and if I add one more thing to Brawns list Santas gonna put him on the naughty list for what he says to me.

    Bliss

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  8. What a fun gift idea! Love it!

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  9. Wherever did you find the wooden candy canes? They are precious!

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    1. the candy canes came from Terry's village... the link is above. Thanks

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  10. What a cute idea. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party. I am featuring it at tonight's party.

    Holly

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