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Celebrate Christmas with a Festive Candy Cane Themed Christmas Tree

I love creating a themed tree each year! It's always a fun challenge to come up with projects that revolve around the chosen theme. In the past, I have explored various themes, and this year,...

Candy Cane Themed Christmas Tree

I love creating a themed tree each year! It's always a fun challenge to come up with projects that revolve around the chosen theme. In the past, I have explored various themes, and this year, I decided to go with a "Candy Cane" theme. I've always been drawn to Scandinavian-inspired decor, and the classic combination of red and white is perfect for the holiday season.

Bringing the Candy Cane Theme to Life

To bring the Candy Cane theme to life, I incorporated various decorations, including giant fabric-covered candy canes, candy cane blocks, felted garlands, and traditional ornaments. These elements come together to create a beautiful and festive tree.

Giant Fabric-Covered Candy Canes

I found adorable candy cane-shaped wreath forms at my local Dollar Tree. I wrapped different fabrics around each candy cane and hung them on the tree. These big candy canes add a graphic touch and emphasize the Candy Cane theme.

Red and White Felted Ball Garlands

I absolutely love felted ball garlands, and I found a red and white one that perfectly suits the Candy Cane theme. The smaller size balls add a playful texture to the tree, and I also used a larger size garland to complement the overall look.

Red and White Check Ribbon

Ribbon plays a crucial role in my themed trees. It helps fill in any empty spaces and ties the ornaments and theme together. I love using red and white check ribbon to add a touch of charm.

Creating a Whimsical Atmosphere

Bell Garland

To infuse a Scandinavian touch, I used bell garlands on our tree. The sound of bells always brings to mind the holiday season, and the bells also add a different texture and shine to the tree.

Giant Wood Candy Canes

One of my favorite elements on the tree is the giant wood candy canes. They have a whimsical feel and each one features a different holiday saying. I love how they catch the eye and add a playful touch to our candy cane-themed tree.

Adding the Finishing Touches

Knitted Stocking Garland

The red and white knitted stocking garland is what inspired me to choose the candy cane theme this year. These stockings are incredibly adorable, and I'm even considering using one of the strands to create an advent calendar filled with treats. It's a project I'm looking forward to!

Red and White Scandinavian Ornaments

The kids and I had a blast making simple baking soda ornaments with Scandinavian-inspired snowflake and flower designs. It's a fun craft that adds a personal touch to the tree.

Traditional Ornaments

After hanging all the candy cane-themed elements, I filled in any empty spots with traditional ornaments. I love how painted and glass ornaments reflect the light, creating a magical ambiance.

Use a Decorative Tree Skirt or Tree Cuff

To cover the tree stand, I used a wicker tree cuff instead of a traditional tree skirt. It gives a clean and organized look to the tree, which satisfies my need for everything to be straight.

Add Candy Cane Items at the Tree Base

To complete the overall theme, I added a few decorative elements at the base of the tree. A large sled covered in a plaid throw, a striped candy cane-themed pillow, and a string of sleigh bells add the perfect finishing touches.

More Themed Trees to Explore

In addition to my candy cane-themed tree, I've also created other themed trees over the years. Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Land of Sweets Christmas Tree
  • Red and White Christmas Tree
  • Elegant White Christmas Tree
  • Rose Gold Inspired Christmas Tree
  • Scandinavian Inspired Christmas Tree

There are so many wonderful ideas out there to explore when it comes to themed Christmas trees. I hope you find inspiration from these different themes and create a tree that truly reflects your style and the magic of the holiday season.

Which themed tree is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!

xoxo

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