Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

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Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

These candy loaded candy cane sleighs will not only make great gifts for your kids’ friend, but will probably make you the most popular mom on the block {with the kids, at least, the parents may hate you when their kids are climbing up the drapes-ha!}.

Candy Cane Sleigh

You’ll need:

  • 10 miniature candy bars {for each sleigh you make}
  • 2 candy canes
  • 1 full size KitKat
  • Glue {or double sided tape}
  • Wrapping ribbon
  • Wrapping bow

Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

Easy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane SleighEasy Kids Christmas Candy Crafts – Candy Cane Sleigh

Directions:

  1. Glue the candy canes onto the bottom of the Kitkat.  This will be the base of your sleigh.
  2. Stack the candy bars into a pyramid formation on top of the KitKat, gluing them down as you go.  There should be 4 miniature candy bars on the bottom, then 3, then 2, then 1.
  3. Wrap the ribbon around the sleigh, tying it on the bottom {as if you were wrapping ribbon around a gift}.
  4. Put the bow on top.  {I glued mine down, just to make sure it stayed.}

How easy is that?

~Mavis

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Comments

  1. Anita Mast says:

    I’d like to try pineapple, and apples!

  2. I LOVE those candy cane sleds!!!! Also, if I won I would first try oranges since it is what is in season :) And I like the idea of the pineapple too… Mmmmmm!

  3. Sue Thompson says:

    I would try pineapple.

  4. Love these! Will be trying out with the boys!

  5. Fun! I’m going to leave off the miniature candy bars and put our elf on it for a sleigh ride down a mountain of couch cushions.

  6. Molly R. Moody says:

    I’ve got 5 grandchildren that would love one of these sleighs. Mavis what did you use for glue?

  7. Hi Mavis,
    My wife and myself are making these for the fellow brothers and sisters at Worship services. This will be a little Christmas
    gift to them. GOD BLESS and have a very merry Christmas.

  8. I made this for my family!!!

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