I’m packing up all the pumpkins paraphernalia in the house this week and looking forward to decking my halls in the coming week.  Here’s a little candy to start the holiday season off on the right foot.  I love to decorate with candies for the holidays.  It may be peppermint puffs for Christmas, Cadbury Eggs for Easter and rock candy for the 4th of July.

Here is a sample of ideas to decorate with candy that can then be enjoyed as a party goes on, or maybe after the presents are opened on Christmas morning.

 I would double up with two vases, one larger than the other so the candy remains edible in the outer vase.  (Here is an option from Pottery Barn.)  This does get a little tricky when your little ones (or husband) get into the candy before you are ready to part with the display.

Lastly is a cute way to decorate with glass huricanes and wine glasses~ gumballs!

Happy Decorating!

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Select images from the Holiday magazine, published by Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Country Living. The magazine covers topics of decorating and entertaining with many recipes and beautiful photography.  I received a copy of the magazine to review which in no way influenced me sharing this here.

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  1. aseedinspired.com says:

    great ideas… with seven kids it would be sure to become a huge temptation… I filled a hurricane glass with candy corn and candles one year.. and by thanksgiving half of the candy was missing! lol
    such pretty ideas.

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