The Legend of the Candy Cane – FREE Printable!

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Candy Canes.

The quintessential Christmas treat.

They just make me happy.

And not just because they taste delicious.

Candy Canes have a pretty amazing Story to tell, too.

Wrap up a box of Candy Canes and deliver them to the people in your Happy Home’s world with this FREE Printable tag attached…Click HERE for your FREE Printable Legend of the Candy Cane tag!

Your Happy Buddies (and all your friends/family) will love learning about Jesus in this fun, interactive, and super tasty way. :-)

*I did a more in depth post about this last year (including a great book suggestion that will help communicate the Legend of the Candy Cane even better!).Β  You can see that post HERE.*

**I don’t know who originally wrote the poem that I used to make the tags – if you do, please let me know so that I can properly credit them!**

Merry Legend of the Candy Cane-ing! :-)

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10 thoughts on “The Legend of the Candy Cane – FREE Printable!

  1. This is perfect! So important to teach the meaning behind many of these Christmas symbols. Keep them coming!

    Thanks so much,
    Caterina

  2. I love your site, thank you so much! When I opened this printable before I thought it had several to a page, but now it is just one big one? Maybe I am just going crazy but if there is any way you could send me a file of say 4 on a page, I would love it!!!
    zildym(at)hotmail(dot)com

    • Hey Zildy! I am so glad that you like Happy Home Fairy! I am so sorry, though, that I won’t be able to accommodate your request! I suggest you print one, then photo copy a few more and add them to one page (so that you have 3 on a page). Then photocopy that one page. Have fun!

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