Ribbon Candy Day
Ribbon Candy Day is an annual celebration feasted on December 21st of each year. The bright, colored, shiny textured thin ribbon candy is a traditional Christmas candy. With Christmas soon approaching, the festive wouldn’t get completed with the Christmas candy called Ribbon Candy. Treat your sweet tooth with different flavors of ribbon candy to make the celebration fulfilled. Ribbon Candy Day is the perfect excuse to enjoy tasting the colorful ribbon candies.
“Sometimes I think that the one thing I love most about being an adult is the right to buy candy whenever and wherever I want.” – Ryan Gosling
History of Ribbon Candy Day
The Ribbon Candy Day has been celebrated since 1998. Judy Pancoast of New Hampshire has created this fun candy feast Day. She has created this Day on his father’s birthday, and he used to ask for a box of ribbon candy on his day. Judy’s father has passed away in the spring of 1998 and Judy has no one that year to give a box of ribbon candy. As to honor her father, she has created and celebrating this Day. Judy has created a Facebook page to spread the word and thereby to make the Ribbon Candy Day as a nationally recognized day to celebrate. Ribbon Candy is a hard candy that is sold around the Christmas holiday season in North America. It is made thin enough to melt quickly in the mouth. The ribbon candy is prepared with extracts of different mint or citrus flavors.
Other Celebrations on December 21
December 21 is also celebrated as
- Humbug Day
- National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
- Crossword Puzzle Day
- International Dalek Remembrance Day
- National Short Girl Appreciation Day
- National Underdog Day
- Look on the Bright Side Day
- National Flashlight Day
- Short Story Day
How to Celebrate Ribbon Candy Day
The best way to celebrate Ribbon Candy Day is by eating some ribbon candies. You can buy boxes of ribbon candies and gift them to your friends and family to make the celebration joyful. Give those boxes to random people you meet as a Christmas present and make them smile. Learn about ribbon candy making and the steps involved in making it at home. Share your candy making photos on the social media using the hashtag #RibbonCandyDay.