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The Most Popular Christmas Decor From The Year You Were Born

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Courtesy of Life Magazine via It's Rosy.
7. 1956
Just because fruit-adorned Christmas trees fell to the wayside doesn't mean all food was off the table. In addition to strands of popcorn garland, candy made a big splash in the '50s.

In fact, this confectionary setup was featured in a 1956 issue of Life under an article called "How to Trim a Tree With Trifles. Department store designer Paul Vogler decked out this setup with gumdrops, Life Savers, and paper flowers. The result? The perfect mix of decor and dessert. *Chef's kiss*