Candyland: Bridging the Gap Between Halloween and Christmas

What It Is: Where’s my head at today? I know it’s Halloween, but I also know my holiday coverage kicks off tomorrow (!) which means lots of exciting holiday gift guides coming up. In the meantime, today’s gift idea straddles both worlds. It’s a luxe set of Christmas ornaments designed to look like mini mason jars stuffed with all manner of sweet and sparkly treats. Perfect for a kitschy tree with retro multi-coloured lights and vibrant ornaments, this fun gift idea will make a big impact on your tree.

Who It’s For: Your holiday-loving mom. Your candy-loving sibling. Your design-obsessed bestie.

What It Costs: $72 for the set of four. Spendy, I know – but too cool!

Where It’s At: Nab these beauties at Amara.

Speaking of nabbing, how about an extra entry into my Date Mail giveaway? Just tell me in the comments below what you think of this super sweet gift idea – and what your plans are for Halloween!

23 Responses to “Candyland: Bridging the Gap Between Halloween and Christmas”
  1. I think they’re really sweet. If they were a bit less I’d hang them on my own tree.

  2. Heather Swanson says:

    Sweet gift idea plans are a movie & popcorn

  3. Kim K says:

    What a cute or rather sweet idea!

  4. Aimee says:

    I like the candy idea. We are going bowling for Halloween. I am a subscriber

  5. aketch says:

    Cute, but pricey! I will dress up as a witch and hand out candy.

  6. Joan G. says:

    Not a candy lover – will be handing out treat again this Halloween.

  7. Steven Yerxa says:

    Great idea. Our plans for the night are to be home handing out candy.

  8. Alyssa says:

    Cute idea. Halloween plans involve handing out candy!

  9. dabrowne says:

    cute but very expensive, you can make it yourself for about 10 bucks. Handing out treats if ny kids dare come out!

  10. dabrowne says:

    sweet idea, you can make yourself for about 10 bucks. Handing out treats to any kids who dare to come out!

  11. jared says:

    great idea…. giving candy out to the kids….

  12. cookie3 says:

    Great idea but too expensive especially for those on a fixed income. But it could be a cute DIY idea, eh?

  13. Cute. But I would rather have real candy 🍭

  14. Susan says:

    I think these ornaments are really cute, but too expensive for my tree. No plans for Hallowe’en this year!

  15. NormaJane says:

    These would make great gift tags too 🙂 Love em

  16. Kelly H says:

    I really like the ornaments! And my Halloween plans involve staying at home and doing nothing.

  17. Marlene V says:

    I love these!

  18. Anne Derkat says:

    Cute but pricy. Because we live in a condo, we didn’t have any one come to our door.

  19. Katie B says:

    I love candy, so it might be worthy of a splurge! 🙂

    I live in a condo, so no kiddies came to my door.

  20. Alison K says:

    Bonus Date Mail Entry : would be better if it was real candy, so I’ll take a pass. Had no plans for Halloween. I was at work till 11pm!

  21. cl chin says:

    I think these are cute and colourful but quite expensive.
    I took my son trick or treating and also decorated our doorway with a pumpkin and Halloween decor.

  22. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I love this gift idea, especially for my sister. She has quite the sweet tooth.

  23. Victoria Ess says:

    These are cute but pricey!

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