Felt Candy Wreath

It's always the right time for candy. So cute you won't eat it up immediately. Also, because it's made of wood. Transform your felt scraps and a few wood beads into a cute wreath project you can customize for any holiday or any decor.

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Something this cute shouldn't be this easy! In addition to our crafted candies, we also used colorful felt balls to add visual variety.

Try making our felt and glitter ornaments.

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What You'll Need:

  • Felt
  • Scissors
  • Wood beads
  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • Ribbon
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Felt balls
  • Wood embroidery hoop

Step 1: Wrapped candies

For each of the wrapped candies, cut a rectangle from felt. Wrap the rectangle around a wood bead. There should be felt hanging over the bead. Hot-glue the felt to hold it in place on the bead. Tie ribbon around felt on both sides of the bead. Trim felt if necessary.

Step 2: Felt lollipops

To make the lollipops, stack and glue together two different-color sheets of felt. Cut the double sheet into long, thin strips, starting from a short end (our strips measured about 1/2 inch). Roll each strip into a coil, securing each end with hot glue, which will hold the swirl shape in place. To complete the candies, glue lollipop sticks to the backs of the felt swirls. 

Step 3: Embroidery hoop

Arrange felt candies and felt balls around an embroidery hoop (find these at crafts and fabric stores) to get the desired look, then hot-glue the pieces into place.

Check out other embroidery hoop projects.

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