Candy Cane Wreath

Make Use Of Some Extra Candy Canes To Make This Festive Wreath. Candy Cane Wreath Tutorial Via Remodelaholic.com

Candy canes are holiday favorite. They come in all colors and flavors and now they are for more than eating. Candy canes are sometimes used to trim a tree, or as part of gift. Now we are taking candy canes to a new level to make a beautiful candy cane wreath. The great thing is you can make it whatever color you like to match your personality and decor. Plus, it comes together so quickly it is perfect for a craft night!

Candy Cane Wreath Tutorial

An easy and festive wreath that you can put together in under 30 minutes!

Materials for a gorgeous candy cane wreath

Materials:

  • 18 regular-sized candy canes
  • Ribbon for hanging
  • Embellishments for center of wreath (I used a plastic snowflake and glitter bow)
  • Hot Glue

How to make a candy cane wreath with a bow

Step 1: Gather your supplies. Take two of your candy canes, add two beads of hot glue to one candy cane, and press to the second candy cane until dry. Candy canes will be in a heart shape when you’re done. Repeat with the rest of your candy canes, giving you 9 heart shapes. I did this step on a piece of parchment paper so that the candy canes didn’t stick to anything.

Make an adorable candy cane wreath for Christmas

Step 2: Place candy cane shapes into a circular shape (see image). Glue candy canes together, moving clockwise, until all candy canes are attached to each other.

How to make a candy cane wreath

Let dry.

Step 3: Hot glue an embellishment in the middle of your wreath, hang with a length of ribbon or fabric, and you’re done!

Candy cane wreath with a snowflake

Simple but beautiful candy cane wreath idea

Doesn’t it look gorgeous. It will look great on the door or anywhere you would hang a wreath!

Candy Can Wreath tutorial using a sparkly bow

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