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  • Avril Anderson

    serving trays made out of melted hard candies. bake at 350 on parchment paper for 8-10 minutes and let cool. Perfect idea for a cute disposable tray (church cookie walk, teacher treats...)

  • Daphne Cole

    Serving tray made from Christmas mints-such a cute idea!

  • Kayla Abel

    Mint Serving Tray. You’ll need: mints, a cookie sheet, parchment or wax paper. How To: 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees 2. Place wax paper on cookie sheet 3. Arrange mints in any design on top of wax/ parchment paper on a cookie sheet 4. Bake for approximately 8-10 minutes 5. Take out and allow to cool on cookie sheet 6. Remove wax paper from bottom. See website for ideas of trays to make. Total success!! totally cool even used the straight part of normal candy canes.

  • Tiffany LLewellyn

    DIY serving tray | melt peppermint candies to make a serving tray! I'll defs be doing this come Christmas :)

  • Amy Stackhouse

    DIY serving tray How To: 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees 2. Place wax paper on cookie sheet 3. Arrange mints in any design you wish on top of wax paper or parchment paper on a cookie sheet {allowing extra room on the sides} 4. Bake for approximately 8-10 minutes 5. Take out and allow to cool on cookie sheet {cools in approximately 5 minutes} 6. Remove wax paper from bottom {be careful, tray is fragile and breaks easily}

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Mint serving Tray How To: 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees 2. Place wax paper on cookie sheet 3. Arrange mints in any design you wish on top of wax paper or parchment paper on a cookie sheet {allowing extra room on the sides} 4. Bake for approximately 8-10 minutes 5. Take out and allow to cool on cookie sheet {cools in approximately 5 minutes} 6. Remove wax paper from bottom {be careful, tray is fragile and breaks easily} Voila! A beautiful serving tray!

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