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How to Make a Christmas Wreath Out of Starlight Mints

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I’m not sure where I got the idea for this Starlight Mint Christmas wreath…but the fact is, this was such a fun and simple craft project.

mint wreath

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 the rest of this gingerbread house party post!)

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Here’s what you need:

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. For me, I think I liked two of the same color side-by-side, but it’s really up to you.

starlight mints

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.

starlight mint wreath

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.

starlight mint wreath
christmas wreath out of mints

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, applying three thin coats and letting them dry in between.

mod podge hard coat
applying mod podge onto wreath
christmas mints wreath

Thanks for reading all about my Starlight Mint Christmas wreath!

Have a great day!

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