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How Sweet It Is: Decorating Your Home With Candy


Unless your name is Willy Wonka, colorful Nerds and Sprees aren’t usually something you think of as home décor. We think that should change.
Here us out! Incorporating candy into your home can be done grown-up style, too. Here’s how:
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Layered vase. It’s hard to find a vase that will match the vibrant, eclectic colors of some bouquets, but it’s not hard to find matching candy!
Layered vase. It’s hard to find a vase that will match the vibrant, eclectic colors of some bouquets, but it’s not hard to find matching candy!
Garlands. Candy garlands are great for decorating staircases, mantles and along countertop edges. String twine through any candy with holes (like Lifesavers). Knot ribbons in between the pieces to keep them separated.
Garlands. Candy garlands are great for decorating staircases, mantles and along countertop edges. String twine through any candy with holes (like Lifesavers). Knot ribbons in between the pieces to keep them separated.
Picture frame. Any standard picture frame can be turned into a candy picture frame. First, remove the glass from the frame. Then, gather your colorful sweets.
Picture frame. Any standard picture frame can be turned into a candy picture frame. First, remove the glass from the frame. Then, gather your colorful sweets.
Napkin rings. Add a colorful touch to a table with candy napkin rings. Pick up some banded elastic at your craft store (1/4 inch is a good width) and glue a ribbon around the surface of the elastic band.
Napkin rings. Add a colorful touch to a table with candy napkin rings. Pick up some banded elastic at your craft store (1/4 inch is a good width) and glue a ribbon around the surface of the elastic band.
Candles. Give your holders a candy-dipped effect (this is way sweeter than the paint-dipped trend) by gluing small candies to the bottom half of the candleholder. Spray the candy with sealer to preserve its color.
Candles. Give your holders a candy-dipped effect (this is way sweeter than the paint-dipped trend) by gluing small candies to the bottom half of the candleholder. Spray the candy with sealer to preserve its color.
Centerpiece jars. To make a unique table centerpiece or mantle display, all you need are a few cool jars. Fill the jars with different colored candy (use the same type for a cohesive vibe) and arrange them artfully along your tabletop.
Centerpiece jars. To make a unique table centerpiece or mantle display, all you need are a few cool jars. Fill the jars with different colored candy (use the same type for a cohesive vibe) and arrange them artfully along your tabletop.

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