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Goody Goody Gumdrops

I’ve just been playing around.  With gumdrops, candles and jars.  Christmas music playing, fire in the fireplace, dirty clothes begging to be washed.  You get the picture.

I bought 2 bags of gumdrops, 97¢ each from Walmart.

Used some of my thrifty glass containers.

Three small candles from Dollar Tree ($3).

Things that I already had.

 Eye Candy

This is one container with one bag.

I decided to break it up and spread them around.

I put the gumdrops in three containers.

For around $5, I made my old stuff look new.

Are you using gumdrops this year?

I don’t recommend eating them at the end of the season, when you’re putting your decorations away.  Trust me, I won’t tell you how I know.

I decorated with gumdrops last year too  😉

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22 comments

  1. I’m with all of the rest of bloggyworld! This is SPECTACULAR! I’m so impressed!!!

    Thanks for linking up to my party!
    XO, Aimee from ItsOverflowing.com

  2. Your gumdrop tablescape looks delicious!!! I’m joining 8 bloggers in hosting Blogging Around the Christmas Tree Party and today’s feature is Christmas Scapes at my place! I’d love to have you join up, the party is just beginning!
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    XO, Aimee from ItsOverflowing.com

  3. Another lovely post! Thanks for sharing an affordable idea. Thanks for sharing this cute idea at the Open House party.

  4. Hi Debbie, Your gumdrop decor is fabulous! The only problem is the display would be gone quickly in our house. Hubby and I both love gumdrops. Thanks for sharing this cute idea at the Open House party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

  5. that is what is so fun..doing so much on so little:)
    how fun are gumdrops..I used to love those as a kid.
    xo

  6. So pretty, Debbie! (And yummy!) 😀 Thanks for linking up to our party!

  7. How sweet this is! Peppermint, gumdrops…does it get any better? Adore all the color! Thank you for linking this wonderful post to Potpourri Friday!

  8. Your table looks so festive! I love to see candy themed decorations at Christmas time. It just brings out the kid in all of us. I used gum drops a couple of years ago in my kitchen when I did a candy theme in there. I love those red and white swirled plates too. They look like peppermints.

  9. So cute and colorful! Great idea!

  10. This is so cute! I love the bright colours-it looks so festive and fun!

    Another lovely post!

    Best Christmas wishes,
    Natasha.

  11. Oh my 3 year old would go bananas over this table! And I love it too, so it’s win-win. Darling! 🙂

  12. Your table is gorgeous! Love the gumdrops, you are so good at this…..Tablescapes are not my strong point!

  13. I love your peppermint plates those are so cute.

  14. Why yes I decorate often with gumdrops! I have candle holders that I purchased at Pier One a few years ago. One year I had brightly colored jingle bells in them, one year peppermint sticks and one year gumdrops! When Christmas has come and gone I put coffee beans in them and ohhh the aroma is divine!

    Hugs~

  15. GUMDROPS are one of my favorites! They look so yummy on your table, and I really like the peppermint plates. It all looks so festive. Your Christmas decorating is wonderful.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  16. What fun gumdrops can be! I never decorated with them, but you’ve proven they look great & are a fun pop of color.

  17. I think your gumdrop “decor” is adorable! And I don’t even LIKE to eat them!

  18. Very cute table setting! Those plates are ridiculously adorable. Cute blog too!

  19. Hi Debbie,

    What a great idea, they look so festive!
    Love the plates…
    All the Best,
    Christine

  20. Debbie
    I never would have thought of this. But I love it!
    So affordable and colorful and easy.
    Thanks for sharing-Kimberly

  21. I love your candy inspired theme. I did a candy inspired christmas tree one year. Love it!

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