Yesterday I posted a tutorial for “Easy No-Sew Felt Peppermint Garland.” Here’s what I made with mine! We’ve had the grapevine wreath forever, and it was definitely due for refreshing, so I pulled off all the tired greenery and replaced it with my new garland. Other than tying the ends together at the top, I didn’t even have to stitch or glue anything as the branches themselves hold the garland in place. Now the wreath is hanging in my kitchen window topped with a little raffia. I love it! ♥ P.S. I have ten “peppermints” left over, so watch for one more post on them!
LOVE this with the grapevine wreath!! 🙂
Thank you, Kenley! 🙂
Thank you, Joy! 🙂
Nice, and different. My kind of decoration. Thank you for sharing. Best, Mtetar
You’re very welcome! 🙂
that’s great! Ya know you really are getting me into the spirit!
Yay!!! 🙂 And thank you for the lovely compliment! 🙂
Thank you! I can think of so many ways to use these little felt candies now! 🙂
red, white and wood! My favourite!!!
Thank you, Alex! You must be a country girl at heart. 🙂
Okay, I’m going out to buy red and white felt. How much do I need to make this garland?
Hmmm . . . I just used remnants I had here at the house and made them until the red was all gone, so I’m not sure . . . and I always buy too much (which is why I have remnants from past projects!) . . . sorry I’m not more help!!! 😦
Love the clever ideas you have! This looks fabulous.
What a sweet compliment! Thank you! 🙂
Wow! Repurposing perfected!!!!! Love it!!!! Way to go, girl!!!
Thank you!!! (I finally met someone who uses as many exclamation points as I do!!!!!!) 🙂
Don’t want them to feel neglected!!!!! (There I go again!)……hugs, D
Wow – I love it! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Perfect timing – I also have an old grapevine wreath hanging on a brown door & It needs an overhaul & a shot of color – Thanks for the great idea!
You’re very welcome! I can’t wait to see what you make! 🙂
I love this idea!
I think I am going to need to get busy. 🙂
Especially as it is no-sew!
Yes, no-sew . . . just for you, Laura! 🙂
Greatly appreciated! 🙂
it is lovely…a visual treat (and i do mean TREAT-those peppermints are making me hungry.)
What a SWEET compliment!!! 🙂 Thank you! 🙂
Gorgeous. Still haven’t made mine yet – oooops. Task for today I think!
Yay! I can’t wait to see what you make! 🙂
This is cool looking! and from the picture looks like real candy, yum!
Thank you! It DOES make me want to go buy some real peppermints! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Love, love, love this! I’m going to try this next year for my kindergarteners gift to their parents! (Already have a project started for this year.)
What a wonderful idea!!! And rolling the peppermints would be a wonderful fine-motor project. Can’t wait to see what they’re making this year, too! 🙂
Thank you!!! 🙂
This reminds me of the old-fashioned ribbon candy my grandmother used to have at Christmastime.
I LOVE that candy! 🙂
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So sweet, what a yummy idea!
Thank you! It’s my new favorite Christmas decoration! 🙂
what a wonderful idea! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂 And I can’t believe how cold it is where you live! Here in Kansas, USA we’ve had unseasonably warm 60-70 degree F. temps this week! Stay warm!!! 🙂
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woooow! you have simply amazing craft ideas
Aww . . . thank you so much! Really I’m just having fun!!! 🙂 It’s so kind of you to visit . . . I appreciate it! 🙂
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