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  • Jennifer Simons

    Candy Wreath! We used to buy one every year from a wonderful couple! Fun Holiday Wreaths : Recipes and Cooking : Food Network

  • Terri Notter-Veit (Aseret)

    Candy Fix You can make this tasty wreath out of any cellophane-wrapped treats, like these cream-filled caramels or starlight mints. Cut curling ribbon into nine three-foot pieces, then tie candies (you’ll need about 10 pounds) along each ribbon, two inches apart—just make a knot around one twisted end of each candy so it dangles. Wrap the strands of candy around a 12-inch round-edged extruded (heavyweight) foam wreath one at a time, tying them together as you go

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