Fresh Mint Candy Cane Ornament

By: Veronica for The Sewing Loft
Fresh Mint Candy Cane Ornament
Fresh Mint Candy Cane Ornament

What's more delicious than a candy cane? Give your tree a yummy twist with a Fresh Mint Candy Cane Ornament. They are so absurdly easy to make, you could whip up enough to cover a whole tree in less than an hour. Ornaments like these are excellent easy sewing projects for beginners. Is this your first DIY Christmas? Don't be intimidated by all the complicated crafts out there! Keep it simple with these easy breezy ornaments that you and your family will love.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I have made candy cane ornaments out of pipe cleaners and felt but did not try the double sided quilted fabric or the regular fabric and batting yet. I put real ones on my tree before and had the fire in fireplace too hot and they melted and I decided they did not need to be real candy canes. I will be adding this to my list this year. Te tutorial is good and they are easy. Thanks.

I really like to hang real candy canes on my tree, but then I end up eating them! You know how it goes, you walk by the tree, you grab a candy cane and before you know it you are crunching through a cane, savoring the peppermint deliciousness...for the fifth time that day!! These cute ornaments could be the answer to peppermint overindulgence! I might make them a bit longer and a bit thinner to fool myself into thinking they are the real thing though. Adorable and gift-able! Fun for tying on your gift packages too.

I will have to add this very simple and easy to sew candy cane ornament to my collection of home sewn ornaments. Version one uses double-sided quilted fabric and is adorable. Not having that among my fabric treasures, I will make several using version two that details how to cut two fabric pieces from the free pattern, sandwich in a piece of batting, cut, sew and pink the edges. So quick!


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