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Food These Light-Up Candy Corn Trees Are The Sweetest Fall Decoration Around

23:05  23 september  2020
23:05  23 september  2020 Source:   delish.com

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If you're a true wimp, then Halloween can be kind of daunting to decorate for. I should know! But with a little creativity, you can make your home a Halloween wonderland that you'll still feel OK to walk around in at night. In case you're looking for a new happy little tree to add to your collection, these candy corn trees from QVC might just be the ticket.

a bunch of food on a table: QVC is selling mini light-up candy corn trees you can buy just in time for Halloween. © QVC QVC is selling mini light-up candy corn trees you can buy just in time for Halloween.
Mr. Halloween S/4 Mini Candy Corn Trees © QVC Mr. Halloween S/4 Mini Candy Corn Trees

$32.98

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You might typically associate light-up trees like these as Christmas decorations, but why can't Halloween get in on the fun? After all, they make the perfect warm glow to sit by while you watch a slasher flick...or maybe just Hocus Pocus. Each set comes with four of these mini Halloween-inspired light-up trees with candy corn colors and little yellow lights. They're battery-powered, which means you can place them all over your home to create whatever spooky scene you'd like, wherever you'd like. Maybe you want to pop them next to a bowl of candy corn? I dunno, go crazy!

You can pick up the set for around $32 and get it delivered to your home to make it a Halloween candy dream. But just in case these little light-up trees don't exactly suit your fancy, QVC is also selling a few other Halloween trees and candy corn-inspired decor you can choose from as well, and we'll link a few of our favorites below so you can take a peek. The world, as they say, is your candy corn.

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