Candy Themed Wreaths

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
These candy wreaths look good enough to eat! I'm sure they're alot of fun to make too. You can always have a few pieces of candy while making them, I would!

This one is made from red and green wrapped Tootsie Rolls. Clever! http://www.abountifulharvest.com

If you're crafty, you can make these yourself. You would need a wire form, or a wire hanger formed into a circle or even a foam wreath with ribbon wrapped around the form to cover it. Also 2 to 3 lbs. of hard candies in twisted wrappers.

http://www.tipjunkie.com/diy-decorating/peppermint-candy-wreath-diy-decorating/

You would also need an assortment of ribbons maybe even some curling ribbon, a glue gun to adhere the candies, or if the candies are individually wrapped, some string or embroidery thread to tie each piece of candy to the wire form. Yeh, it would take a while to do!

 http://www.foodnetwork.com

This one above is gorgeous. It's made of rock candy.

http://www.shelterness.com

A cute way to use the miniature candy canes. Also a nice idea would be to make small candy wreaths that can be tied on with ribbon to your wrapped Christmas gift for those special people in your lives.

 http://www.foodnetwork.com

Mmmmmm....chocolate-mint candies shaped like branches, but don't eat this one, they're hot-glued together. Have some before you get started!

A tutorial and video on how to make a Candy Wreath can be found here.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!