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Starlight Mint Christmas Wreath

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I’m not sure where I got the idea for this Starlight Mint Christmas wreath, but it's such a fun and simple holiday project. I’m using it as a wreath, but it’s also perfect as a centerpiece…just add a mason jar with flowers or branches (click over to see it in action in this gingerbread house party post!)
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $15 Difficulty: Easy
Materials:
Step 1: Spray your muffin pan with cooking spray. I gave it a really thorough coat; I definitely didn’t want these sticking! Add two mints per cup. I tried different variations (2 of the same color, 2 different colors, stacked, side-by-side) to see what I liked best.

Step 2: Place in a 350 oven for somewhere between 3-8 minutes. Just keep a good eye on them and pull once they’ve melted. Let cool.
Step 3: Take your embroidery hoop, and begin hot gluing your mints around your hoop. I glued mints all the way around, and then began stacking/overlapping the mints for a second layer. The star pattern I ended up with with unintentional, but I like how it turned out in the end.
Step 3: Next, you’ll want to seal your wreath so it lasts a bit longer and doesn’t get sticky. I used Mod Podge Hard Coat to seal mine!
I really love how unusual and fun this wreath is! Head to the blog post to see more images and details on how I made this!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Embroidery hoop   (craft store)
  • Starlight mints   (grocery store)

To see more: https://www.burlapandblue.com/2016/12/14/starlight-mint-christmas-wreath-tutorial/

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