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Goody Goody Gumdrops

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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 thoughts on “Goody Goody Gumdrops”

    1. 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.

    2. 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.

    3. 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!


    4. 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


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