13 Ways to Decorate with Candy for Halloween

Halloween is on its way, but there’s still time to have fun with decorations. Candy is a great way to decorate, making things festive for the holiday. Get out the candy corn and wrapped mini chocolate bars, and have some spooktacular fun!

Here are 13 ways to decorate your home for Halloween with Candy!

  • 13 Ways to Decorate with Candy for Halloween 1 of 14
  • Halloween Candy Jars 2 of 14

    Use these jars to display colorful candies in spooky ways! Find the instructions over at My Baking Addiction!

  • Make a Candy Topiary 3 of 14

    Your kids will love to decorate these foam topiary forms to make the perfect (and yummy!) Halloween decoration! The how-to is found at HGTV.

  • Candy Cornballs 4 of 14

    Candy corn pieces can be yummy and useful! Use them to make these decorative foam balls in just a few steps! Find out how to make them over at Momtastic!

  • Candy Corn Wreath 5 of 14

    Wreaths can transform any old door into a festively decorated entrance! Make a Halloween candy wreath from It's Overflowing!

  • Candy Pumpkin Character 6 of 14

    Decorate your pumpkins with candy to make silly or spooky faces! Instructions can be found on Martha Stewart!

  • Halloween Candy Buffet 7 of 14

    A candy buffet is the perfect addition to any Halloween party! Find out what candies to use and how to put it together at Candy Galaxy

  • DIY Apothecary Halloween Candy Jars 8 of 14

    These apothecary candy jars are do-it-yourself and are a great place to store that extra Halloween candy! Read how to make them over at At The Picket Fence.

  • Candy Corn Garland 9 of 14

    Here is another decoration idea using candy corn! Hang this Halloween garland over your mantle or by your door. Get the instructions over at Make and Takes!

  • Goodie-Bearing Gourds 10 of 14

    Have trick-or-treaters take their candy out of these festive gourds! Learn how to make them at Better Homes and Gardens.

  • Halloween Starburst Candy Corn Topiary 11 of 14

    This DIY topiary uses Starburst candy corn and is a simple addition to your Halloween decor! Find the tutorial over at Southern Yankee Mix.

  • Black Cat Candy Jars 12 of 14

    Black cats can be such a spooky Halloween decoration! Find out how to make these candy jars at All You!

  • Candy Corn Tree 13 of 14

    Add candy corn to tree branches for a great Halloween decor idea! Get the instructions over at Lolly Jane

  • Halloween Flower Arrangement 14 of 14

    Put this flower arrangement in a candy-filled vase somewhere in your home for a festive fall decoration! Read about it over at Easy Way Apartments.

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