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DIY~Super Cute Candy Trains For Christmas! Easy & Inexpensive!


These little candy trains are perfect to give to co-workers or children at Christmas. They make delightful little favors at the dinner table too! If you plan on making only a few trains, you can find most of the candies at the Dollar Tree. See below for a list of materials that you will need.

To see my full YouTube tutorial on how to make the candy trains, click on the following link:




Materials Needed For One Candy Train:

*5 Stick Pack of Gum (Dollar Tree)
*Roll of Lifesavers
*Peanut Butter Cup Miniature (You can use the cheaper Palmer brand if you would like.)
*Hershey Miniature Candy Bars (Dollar Tree)
*Hershey Kiss (Dollar Tree)
*Peppermint Candies (Dollar Tree)

*LOW Temp. Hot Glue Gun
*Scotch Tape

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