Home Goods Is Selling A Candy Corn Ceramic Tree For Halloween
Even if you don't like candy corn, you have to admit these are adorable!
Candy corn is one of those polarizing foods, like Peeps or black licorice. But whether you wait with anticipation for bags of the tri-colored, cloyingly sweet triangles to show up on stores shelves or you avoid eating them at all costs, you have to admit that the decidedly autumn design of the candy is ideal for Halloween decorating.
And if Halloween is one of your favorite holidays (if not the time of year you look forward to more than any other!), a Halloween tree with a candy corn theme is bound to be a hit. Whether your Halloween decorations tend to be a mixture of smiling pumpkins and cute black cats or you prefer decor that’s a bit on the spookier side, the ceramic candy corn tree some shoppers have found at Home Goods could add a delightfully whimsical accent to your current setup.
If you fondly remember the black ceramic Halloween tree the retailer offered last year, you will love this year’s version. You can see both in this picture posted by Penny Snark (@pennysnark) on Twitter.
The candy corn tree is so good 😍
— Erika Franklin (@ConvalescePress) August 16, 2020
Erika Franklin (@ConvalescePress) was apparently reading our collective thoughts.
“The candy corn tree is so good,” she commented.
The ceramic pine tree has a white top, orange midsection and yellow bottom. It stands on a white base with “Happy Halloween” printed in orange, which you can see in these pictures posted on Facebook by DianneMarie Hoffmeyer.
“This is absolutely the CUTEST ceramic Candy Corn tree I’ve ever owned,” she announced.
Home Goods does not offer online shopping, so if you’re hoping to grab one of these trees you will have to look around inside your local store. You can also download the HomeGoods app to see what customers in your area have discovered in nearby locations. Shoppers have reportedly picked them up for $16.99.
Prefer to go bigger with your Halloween decorations? Home Depot has life-size “The Nightmare Before Christmas” characters, and the Jack Skellington and Sally even move and talk.
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.