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Holiday Candy Wreath

I saw this idea at my doctor's office during Christmas time. There were little dum dum pops stuck in theirs. I told myself I would do the project for the next office holiday. Here is how I created a wreath for Valentine's Day. It's an easy office treat and decor and can be done for any occasion. I love quotes and incorporated them on each lollipop. 

After February is St. Patrick's Day in March. I can't remember if I've seen green candy, but I'll find some creativity by then and for the holidays thereafter.

ITEMS NEEDED:


𐄂artificial wreath
𐄂floral foam ring

𐄂seasonal decor
𐄂floral wire
𐄂seasonal candy
𐄂labels

INSTRUCTIONS:
𐄂cut the floral foam ring in quarters then secure the floral foam ring on the backside of the wreath, using the floral wire
𐄂write or type quotes & sayings on labels
𐄂affix labels to backside of candy







𐄂stick candy through wreath and through floral foam; have candy visible instead of quotes. 
𐄂hang wreath as usual

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