If you keep up with me on social media, it should come at no surprise to you that I love all things sweet. Between my many treat-shaped door stops, crossbody bags, phone cases, and other home decor pieces, and the fact that my Pinterest board For The Sweet Tooth has hundreds of more pins than any of my other boards, it's clear to see that I am very vocal about my love for any kind of sugary goodness.
In fact, when it comes to home decor, my vision can be described in two exciting words: Candy Wonderland. I want my house to be so colourful and filled with treats that you get a toothache just looking at it. I won't stop until you can see something shaped like a treat in every direction you look - although things shaped liked other foods, or that are just particularly quirky and cute, are also permitted.
You'll see that a few of the jars in this post are in the shape of cupcakes, as are some salt and pepper shakers that I own. I also have a kitchen timer, a small soap bar, and a few tiny porcelain ornaments that are all shaped like cakes or cupcakes - all of which can be seen in this photo (which is very old, so everything has moved since then).
As time went on, I also started to collect ice cream and donut-shaped items - the former will be getting their own post next month, since July is National Ice Cream Month (don't we live in a wonderful world?) and I have numerous ice cream-shaped pieces that I haven't shared yet.
I have had fun filling up my candy jars in the past, but this time around I wanted to add more variety to them, and to make that corner of the house a literal Candy Wonderland, so I went kind of overboard with purchasing different kinds of candy.