15 Sweet Ways to Decorate With Halloween Candy
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15 Sweet Ways to Decorate With Halloween Candy

We love our Halloween decorations, but sometimes pulling out the same ones each fall can get a bit boring. This year, we’re putting a sweet spin on those decor ideas with some candy-covered decorations. Forget the tombstones and cobwebs! With these sugary ideas, you’ll have the sweetest decor on the block come October 31. Just watch out for all those candy-hoarding trick-or-treaters!

1. Monster Candied Apples: Don’t be afraid to get crazy! Decorate candied apples with spare body parts (like eyeballs) and wacky designs. The result will be one cute and spooky treat. (via Polkadot Chair)

2. Boo Candy Letters: Boo! Now you can literally eat your words. (via My Sister’s Suitcase)

3. Dia de los Muertos Candy Pumpkins: We can’t stop admiring how lovely this calavera-inspired pumpkin turned out. Make your porch the prettiest one on the block with a few of these sugary skulls. (via Rachael Ray)

4. Spooky Candy Jars: Got knick-knacks? Glue them onto some jar lids and paint them black. Then fill them up with creepy crawlers and other ghoulish goodies for an instant scarefest. (via Cupcake Rehab)

5. Topiary: Take your guests for a spin with this tasty topiary. Alternate different colored candies to brighten up any halloween party. (via HGTV)

6. Candy Corn Owl Pumpkin: How can you not love these hoot-a-riffic gourds? They are dressed to impress in the latest candy corn trend. (via All You)

7. Spooky Apothecary Jars: Stir up some trouble with these potion ingredients. Fill up spare jars with various sweets and get creative with your labels. Don’t forget bat blood and newt eyes! (via Houzz)

8. Poisoned Apples: Tempt your guests with these eerily beautiful candy apples. One bite won’t hurt… (via Matt Bites)

9. Candy + Stripes Garland: Skip the cobwebs and try out something sweeter this year. Just glue candy corns onto some festive ribbon and hang ’em up for the sweetest and most on-trend garland on the block. (via Make and Takes)

10. Boo-Meringues: Use skewers to decorate desserts or drinks with these easy-to-make ghostly meringues. (via Anders Ruff)

11. Candy Corn Jars: Remember how we made Halloween decorations using mason jars? Fill them up with some complementary sweets for guests. (via A Night Owl Blog)

12. Edible Black Bird Feathers: Add these chocolate feathers to any dish or scatter them across across a table. Edible decorations FTW. (via Etsy)

13. Halloween Pop Bottles: There’s something so nostalgic about pop bottles. Swap out the soda for sweets and place the bottles around the house or leave them outside on your porch. (via The Idea Room)

14. Haunted Gingerbread House: Build the house of your dreams (or nightmares) with your yummiest snacks. And when the time comes, demolish it with the help of a few friends. (via Everyday Dishes)

15. Snack Table: Sprinkle a little candy here and there to spruce up any table decor. Your guests will thank you. (via Brit + Co)

Let us know which of these ideas you’d love to decorate with and snack on!