Christmas gift ideas are abound on the net. If you’re looking for a sweet and twisted idea for a Christmas gift, you’ve come to the right place. I’m talking about CANDY CANES! (Sweet and twisted – get it? Heehee.) We thought of giving out candy canes to Timmy’s classmates to share the Christmas joy. Here’s how we put the presents together.
There are candy canes in there!
We spotted this box of 100 mini candy canes at Rustan’s. It cost P395.00. Each of Timmy’s classmates would get a handful (but not an extreme handful) so I snatched it up! I liked that they were also miniatures, so it wouldn’t be difficult to eat. Sometimes big candy canes can get cloying.
Sweet and twisted: Candy Canes are love.
Candy canes and Christmas gift ideas
I was debating if I’d throw some chocolate into the gift bag, but thought against it later. The candy cane sweets would be enough to indulge the sweet tooth!
It isn’t Christmas without candy canes.
Putting this together was fun and easy. All you need are small brown paper bags, holiday stickers (I like these ones that are kinda 3-D), candy canes, and I forgot to take a picture of it — washi tape!
Put it all together!
My washi tape has tiny little triangles in different colors. So if it’s within the context of the holidays, they look like multi-colored Christmas trees. See?
Candy canes in paper bags: Christmas gift ideas
They were so fun to put together and so easy to do. After all was complete, I labeled each present with a classmate’s name using a black Sharpie. I hope his classmates enjoy their sweet and twisted presents!
There were a few leftover candy canes. I’ll post about what we plan to do with these sweet leftovers soon!