Decorating with Candy Day is celebrated on February 1 every year. Here's your chance to surprise your family members by decorating a whole family scene of chocolate toys on top of some cookies. It's a day to put aside your dreams and put chocolate candies on top of everything you eat or drink that day. Enjoy the taste of sugar as long as possible. Candy decoration can be in the form of pictures, collages and by using fabrics decorated with candy. Therefore, Decorating With Candy Day is to enjoy the taste of sugar by putting chocolate candies on top of everything you eat and drink.
History of Decorating with Candy Day
For many years, candy has been used in celebration as well as decoration. Think Christmas decorations or even Halloween decorations and you can see how candy has crept into our lives. There are other holidays where candy plays an important role in it.
Valentine's Day may be about love, but isn't it better to have some candy with your flowers, girls? Easter is another holiday that has a candy-wrapped vibe. I can understand why people want a day dedicated to getting creative with those sweet decorations and it's Decorating with Candy Day!
How to Celebrate the Day
It's time to celebrate! Too many ideas and too little time! That's the great part of the holidays, so what you didn't accomplish this year, you can set out to do next year!
However, let's focus on this holiday and talk about food. Breakfast can start with some sweet pancakes decorated with shapes or faces made of chocolate chips or anything delicious that you love. How about adding some candy to a cozy bowl of oatmeal? Or some caramel dripping on the fruit? Morning ideas abound!
Lunch has a few more options as a packet of candy will turn any frown upside down. You can only make your child the winner of today's lunchroom if you send a few gifts along. Everyone has spent time growing up playing lunchroom trading games and the best part is anything sweet!
You are free to go free and decorate a cake or macaroons pan with barbecue, m&m's or any other colorful little treats! Maybe you're looking for something more adventurous. Try creating an ice cream with different layers of candies. Don't forget to add some sprinkles and chopped candy on top!
If eating candy isn't the right time, you can celebrate Candy Decoration Day by creating a festive table with an arrangement of candy in each place. You could spend the day buying up some candy-stained fabric to make curtains and blankets for your little ones. Several people shared their decorating ideas on social media to spread and encourage other people. You can find them on Facebook. Go ahead and start decorating!
ObservedDecorating With Candy Day has been observed annually on February 1st.
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