Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&Ms

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Sweet Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday MMs Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&MsI love being home with my kids, especially this time of year!  We have been baking our little hearts out, but the kids wanted to make their teachers something for Christmas that was sweet, but something they could also put on their tree!  While I was at the store the other day I picked up a few things in hopes that ideas would come lol.  Finally we decided to make a few different Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&Ms!  They are yummy and can go on the Christmas Tree!

Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&Ms

MM Decorations 694x1024 Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&MsWhat you’re going to need:

2 bags of Holiday M&Ms (this filled 3 large ornaments)

Empty Ornaments Plastic Christmas Decorations (you could use glass, but since my kids were helping I figured it would be best to use plastic)

Glue gun

Crafting Eyes

Make Christmas Decorations 627x1024 Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&MsDirections for Rudolph M&M Christmas Decoration

Divide your M&Ms up, gather all the brown ones and place them into a round empty Ornament, and place the cap back on.

Using you glue gun place the eyes on your decoration.

The nose is a red M&M.  Using your glue gun place the red M&M where Rudolph’s nose would go.

Get creative for the rest!  My son only wanted Red and Green M&M’s in his Christmas Ornament for his teacher.  He said they are his teachers favorite colors so it really worked out perfectly.  Plus I like the different ones, it’s really got me to thinking for next year.  There is so many fun things that M&M’s can be used for this time of year other than cooking!  Here are a few that I have come up with.

decorations with MMs 1024x529 Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&MsThings To Use M&M’s for this Holiday Season

  • Gingerbread House
  • Place them in a glass candle holder, its festive!
  • Place them in a mason jar.  It not only look great, it’s great for guests.
  • Make an M&M tree!  My kids and I are going to make one of these this weekend using only red and green M&M’s, because they want to eat the brown ones, lol.
  • Goodie bags that look like Christmas Trees for your kid’s classroom.  We’re doing this next week using a small plastic sandwich bag, cutting the corner, filling with M&M’s, and sealing.  They’ll look like a cute Christmas tree, and the kids will love them.
  • Pre-Made Cookie mix in a mason jar, or after making our recent craft you could also fill an empty Christmas ornaments with the cookie mix.
  • Don’t forget about all the awesome things that you can make using holiday M&M’s too.  There are some great ideas out there, and I hope you can add our idea to your list of holiday decorating ideas.

Do you have any Sweet & Easy Decorations for Christmas Using Holiday M&Ms?  I would love for you to leave a comment with your ideas, or if you would like to have one of your fun, crafty ideas featured on Jenns Blah Blah Blog feel free to contact me!

From our family to yours we wish everyone Happy Holidays!

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  1. Dorothy Boucher says

    these are really cool and its nice that the children can be apart of making these for the holiday , i think you make it for other holiday’s as well .. thanks for sharing @tisonlyme143

  2. Marcia Lee says

    These ornaments are so cute and will surely be the favorite ornaments of our grandchildren every Christmas that we make them. I know I will be asked to make them every year and it will be my pleasure.

  3. CHRISTIE ROBINSON says

    Iconic candies who have become a part of America’s home & showing lots of things we can do with the tiny candies & how they turn out to be the best decorations !!!

  4. says

    I realize some people would say Christmas is now behind us but I look at it as Christmas is ahead, and I have plenty of time to create. Your idea is super cute and I know my grandchildren would have fun making these as well as eating them. :) I’m glad I found your site. Keep blogging it’s a great stress reliever for me to blog on my site and hopefully I’ll do more of it this year.
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  5. Marcia Lee says

    What a great craft to do with your kids or grandkids. Even a 2 year old could help by putting M&Ms in the ornament or put on the wiggly eyes with glue dots. This would be awesome to do & let older kids hang them on the tree.

  6. TERRY RODRIGUEZ says

    I luv this blog. It’s super cute and yet very creative. Love this idea. You get to spend some time with your kids and have some fun.

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  8. M.Clark says

    These ideas are very creative, my favorite is the Christmas tree ornament. The ornaments look like they may be too heavy to hang on a tree though. Thank you for sharing these great decoration ideas.

  9. ANN*H says

    Thanks for the M&M ideas for Christmas – you can do so much with them and cookies too. Put them in little jars with ribbons on for stocking stuffers Best just put in a bowl to snack on

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