There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Dintydoll

    Christmas: Table centre. Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Good hostess gift for holiday parties. - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins

  • Michelle Calich

    Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Good hostess gift for holiday parties. what a fabulous idea for a Christmas centerpiece

  • Helen Rowell

    Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Good hostess gift for holiday parties. Could use it for Christmas decoration as well.

Related Pins

Candy Cane Oreo Cookie Bars- made with #holiday #oreos and a white chocolate fudge with crushed candy canes! #christmas www.shugarysweets...

Santa I can't wait till Christmas time!!!! Come on winter weather, Christmas movies and music, hot chocolate, Christmas trees and shopping

candy cane. Lots of beautiful vintage Christmas pictures to print!

Cheery Christmas Centerpiece For a quick centerpiece, arrange ornaments in a square vase. Tie a bow around the vase and display on a silver tray, blanketed with artificial snow and a few extra ornaments. Coordinate the color of the ornaments with your table and holiday decor.

really cute. have the idea to make one and use as a display at favor table for daughters birthday.

felt candycane This is from my Button and Felt Craft board but can certainly double as pincushions

Candy Cane Wreath. Love this, I think I just found the wreath for our front door this yr. :0)

I love this little tree! This candy cane topiary from Pizzazzerie is also made from a Styrofoam cone. The cone is covered with Royal Icing and the candy canes are set in the icing, which hardens when it dries. The tree is attached to a candle holder using a floral tube. Check out this tutorial.