While visions of sugarplums danced in their heads…….what could be sweeter than an Candy Land Christmas tree. Chocked full with your favorite goodies….gumdrops, cupcakes, cookies donuts, candy sprinkles and more!
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The tree used for this Candy Land Christmas tree was an inexpensive 7″ white tree from Walmart. Inexpensive by choice because, as you can see, the tree is hidden by all the pretty decorations!
Pick out a tree that is sturdy and well lit. LED cool white lights yield the brightest lights versus the more yellow color of warm lights.
Ornaments for this tree ranged from balls, cookies, cupcakes, donuts and more. Here’s a list of some of what was used and also some suggestions for other items in case you find something sold out.
Other Ornaments that Blend with the Candy Land Theme
Pick and Sprays
Some of the products used on the Candy Land Christmas tree look so real….you’ll be tempted to taste!
Other Picks & Sprays that Blend with the Candy Land Theme
Tabletop Candy Land Decor
Gingerbread houses were one of our favorite things to make at Christmas time. But if there is no time to spare, RAZ makes a beautiful gingerbread house topped with a big ice cream cone chimney!
3914143 RAZ 10″ Gumdrop Tree (please note, I said in the video that it was a set of 2….my mistake)
Other Suggestions for the Candy Land Theme
Ribbons for the Candy Land Theme
Pink Red White Argyle Ribbon (sold out)
Other Suggestions for Candy Land Ribbon
A Candy Land Christmas Tree is always cheerful, always fun and friends and family will love it! To see more of our themed Christmas tree, just click the links below. And remember, we still have more trees to add!
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