Sweet&Delicious DIY Candy Cane Vase



December is also called the month of presents and the little ones are so exciting waiting for their presents from Santa Claus. They try to prove him that they deserve these presents, they are good, learn poems and songs, and help their parents and so on.

Many of their desired presents are related to sweets, toys, and clothes and lately I have heard that they even expect to get jewelry too.Santa Claus figurines made of chocolate, candy canes and chocolate candies are among the favorite sweets that everybody expects to get even if we refer to kids or adults.Candy canes seem to be specific to these winter holidays and they have always reminded me of my childhood.

The next DIY project may also remind you of these moments and you may also sweeten your beloved ones’ these winter holidays if you use it as a present. The project refers to a sweet DIY Candy Cane Vase which is a perfect Christmas decoration for your dinner table or a lovely present for someone who loves sweets. You will need some materials like: a glass vase, some holiday ribbon, candy canes and a low temp glue gun.The process is really simple; you just apply a ribbon of glue to the candy canes, cover the vase with them and attach a bow around the middle.{found on ourlilkingdom}


Published by in DIY, on December 9th, 2011

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