This Candy Cane Poem is a lovely reminder of the true reason for the season! Free printable at livelaughrowe.com

Candy Cane Poem Printable

Candy Cane Poem - I remember my son coming home from school in grade 1, so excited to tell me this poem. I wanted to put it in his scrapbook, now I can :)

Candy Cane Poem - I remember my son coming home from school in grade 1, so excited to tell me this poem. I wanted to put it in his scrapbook, now I can :)

Legend of the Candy Cane - Printable 5 x 7 cards with poem that you can give away as gifts. They are also perfect for witnessing at Christmas

Legend of the Candy Cane Nativity - Card for Witnessing at Christmas - Jesus is the Reason for the Season - Printable - Christian - Jesus

Legend of the Candy Cane - Printable 5 x 7 cards with poem that you can give away as gifts. They are also perfect for witnessing at Christmas

Candy Cane Poem Printable to give with some candy canes or chocolate dipped candy canes ~ Poem Reads: Look at a Candy Cane, What do you see? Stripes that are Red like the Blood shed for Me! White for my Savior, Who's Sinless and Pure! "J" is for Jesus, My Lord that's for sure! Turn it Around and a staff you will see. Jesus, My Shepherd, is coming for Me!

Candy Cane Poem Printable to give with some candy canes or chocolate dipped candy canes ~ Poem Reads: Look at a Candy Cane, What do you see? Stripes that are Red like the Blood shed for Me! White for my Savior, Who's Sinless and Pure! "J" is for Jesus, My Lord that's for sure! Turn it Around and a staff you will see. Jesus, My Shepherd, is coming for Me!

The Legend of the Candy Cane: Free Printable and a Giveaway! - Daily Dish with Foodie Friends Friday

The Legend of the Candy Cane: Free Printable and a Giveaway! - Daily Dish with Foodie Friends Friday

Printable Candy Cane Story | Legend of The Candy Cane Christmas Bookmarks 24 Pkg | eBay

LEGEND OF THE CANDY CANE Christmas Bookmarks 24/pkg

The candy cane turned upside down, is the letter J.  To remind us of the baby Jesus born on Christmas Day!

The candy cane turned upside down, is the letter J. To remind us of the baby Jesus born on Christmas Day!

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