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We’ve seen pink make a huge comeback this year for Fall, Halloween, and Winter decor. So we thought, why not add Coach Meghan’s pink candy cane door hanger to the blog.

You’ll see it’s absolutely worth saving any extra garland. You can also use garland scraps to add to grapevine wreaths along greenery to create a festive centerpiece.

In this floral arrangement, Meghan uses a garland with red and white stripes, and adding greenery, sprays, and picks for texture and color.

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Candy Cane Door Hanger Variations

If you don’t have extra garland pieces in your stock, you can wrap candy canes with colorful tape, ribbon, or chunky yarn.

You can also create entirely different themes using this same tutorial. Swap out the picks and sprays to create themes like:

  • Gingerbread
  • Elves
  • Reindeer
  • Snowman
  • Gnomes
  • Peppermint

Just like this tutorial, you can also create different color combos:

  • Blue and silver
  • Red and white
  • Green and red
  • Naturals
  • Rose gold and golds

pink candy cane door hanger
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Pink Candy Cane Door Hanger

A door hanger tutorial perfect for a pink winter theme.



  • 1 23" Foam decorative candy cane
  • Flocked greenery
  • Pink evergreen garland
  • Cookie sprays
  • Lollipop picks
  • Curly candy picks
  • Marshmallow picks
  • Whimsical ball sprays
  • Zip ties
  • 1 roll 2.5″ wired ribbon


Prep your base.

  • Start with a pink evergreen garland.
  • Add some flocked greenery to the garland using zip ties.

Add in your picks and sprays.

  • Add in a few cookie sprays to the design.
  • Add in some lollipop picks.
  • Secure them with a zip tie.
  • Add in a few marshmallow picks using a zip tie.
  • Add in some curly candy picks.
  • Add in some whimsy ball sprays.
  • Secure them with a zip tie.

Make and add your bow.

  • Take 1 ribbon and make a bow with 4 loops.
  • Secure the bow with a pipe cleaner.
  • Fluff out your bow.
  • Add the bow to the center of the design using a pipe cleaner.
  • Curl the ends.

Add your candy cane.

  • Add your large 23” foam candy cane to the back of the design using a pipe cleaner.
  • Add a marshmallow pick to the center of the bow using glue.

Other candy cane door hanger tutorials

How to Make a Christmas Candy Cane Decoration
How to Make a Candy Cane Wreath

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