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Deck the Halls With Boughs Of Holly and Christmas Candy Canes!

The holidays truly are the most wonderful time of the year. From decking the tree with tinsel and pretty ornaments to wrapping presents in shiny wrapping paper, the Christmas season is a time to enjoy the company of family and friends, especially when it comes to holiday decorating.

Christmas Candy Canes are a sweet treat, but did you know they make great decorations as well? Being BIG candy lovers, our homes and offices are decorated from chimney-top to basement with Christmas candy canes, so read on for how you can incorporate them into your holiday decorating, too!

Trimming the Tree
Ornaments, tinsel, and garland are a must on a Christmas tree, but it’s time to add some fun! Choose Bob’s Original Christmas Candy Canes, get your family together, bake some cookies, and start decorating. Add them throughout the tree, and don’t be skimpy! Once Christmas day is over and Santa is back at the North Pole, invite the family over for dinner, and have the kids take the candy canes off the tree, and enjoy them as a dessert or dip them in hot cocoa for an extra special treat.

Gorgeous Garland
Silver garland looks elegant during the holidays, doesn’t it? Trim the stairs, as well as the mantle, or any areas you deem fit, with pretty silver garland. Hang some Skittles Candy Canes from the garland – the vibrant colors of the candy canes intermingled with the shimmering silver tinsel will make for a festive look for the holidays!

Holiday Themed Accents
Bob’s Peppermint Sticks lack the traditional “hook” of a candy cane but are just as wonderfully delicious as their original holiday candy cane counterparts. Pick up a few small glass jars or cheap (but pretty!) stemware at a local discount store, and display it on end tables throughout your home.

With a dash of creativity and festivity, you can find fun ways to decorate your home or apartment with Christmas Candy Canes this holiday season. Remember, the holidays are meant to be fun, so don’t be afraid to experiment with your Christmas candy cane décor this year!

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