Felt Candy Ornaments 2 - Happiness is HomemadeThis post may contain affiliate linksEver since I made our gumball machine Christmas ornament display, I’ve had candy on my mind. I decided to add some sweet decorations to our holiday decor mix, so I made a these fun felt candy ornaments. They’re super quick and easy to make – it only took me around 30 minutes to make six candy ornaments.

Felt Candy Christmas Ornament Tutorial

What You’ll Need:

Learn How to Make Felt Candy OrnamentsLayer three strips of felt on top of each other.

Make Felt Candy Ornaments to Decorate Your Christmas TreeCarefully roll up the layered felt, stopping to add a drop of glue every 3-4″ to help keep it secure and in place. Finish by trimming the ends and gluing down all three layers of felt.

How to Make Felt Candy LollipopsTo create a lollipop, glue a 3″ stick to the bottom of the candy swirl, and add a cute bow to the stick to finish it up. Use the embroidery thread and needle to create a hanger if desired.

How to Make Felt Candy Ornaments for ChristmasFor wrapped candies, take a 1.5″ long piece of felt, pinch it along one of the short sides, and attach to either side of the candy swirl with a dab of hot glue.

diy felt candy christmas ornaments The ribbon candy is the easiest to make! Take your layered stack of felt and fold it to create the ribbon shape. Cut a 14″ long piece of embroidery floss, and thread it on to the needle. Insert the needle through the entire candy ribbon (from the bottom to the top) and then back down again, leaving a large loop of embroidery floss at the top for hanging. Tie the ends together in a knot at the bottom and trim any excess floss. Alternately, you could also use the glue gun to secure each ripple of the candy ribbon, but I find the embroidery floss method to be much faster and less messy!

Have you started decorating for the holidays yet?  We bloggers like to decorate early so that we have lots of time to share our ideas with our readers, and over 35 of your favorite bloggers have come together to share their festive holiday ideas.  From ornaments to tree skirts,  you are sure to be inspired by all of these amazing homemade ideas to Trim the Tree!

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  1. Do you know if a plastic needle would work through felt? I love the ribbon and since it is simple looks a fun activity for kids.

  2. These are so cute and look so easy to make. We still need a few decorations on the tree and I have some felt – sounds like a plan

  3. OMG – are you serious!? These are so stink cute! I will be showing these to my daughter and hopefully making them as they look like so much fun to make! Great idea girl! 😉

  4. These are ADORABLE. Seriously. I am going to make some for myself because my Christmas tree is almost all food ornaments!

  5. I’m going to have to make some of these for my neon tree! I LOVE these. Pinning and sharing. 🙂