I love lots of candy around the house at Christmas time, so when I saw this DIY Candy Christmas Wreath I fell in love. When they said it was going to be cheap and easy, boy did they mean cheap and easy! Seriously, this is the kind of DIY project where you get a wire ring, scissors, a spool of curly ribbon, and candy. You can also add a few sprigs of greenery, a bow, some glittery letters, or Christmas balls, really whatever you fancy will work perfectly for this awesome DIY Christmas Candy Wreath. I got started by cutting my curly ribbon on about eight to ten-inch sections, I really did not measure because there is no need. This DIY candy wreath lives up to the promise that there is no right or wrong way to do DIY. Then I tied the ribbon sections to the ends of my wrapped candy pieces.
Then I made my wreath ring out of an old piece of cable wire I found in a spare closet, cut it to the size I wanted with wire cutters then taped it closed with duct tape. You can make this wreath base in any size, it’s all dependant on how much candy you actually wish to tie on.
Then you just keep going and going until your wreath is fluffy and full. The idea is to let everyone eat the wreath candy throughout the holidays and in the end, the wreath just has the wrappers and still looks amazing! I hope you love this project as much as I did!