Eco Friendly Ornaments Washington DC

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Washington Square Antiques Inc
(703) 836-1020
425 South Washington St
Alexandria, VA
 
Gary Taylor'S Fine Art & Framing
(202) 483-5853
1843 Columbia Rd NW
Washington, DC
 
Cvs
(202) 939-5735
1418 P St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Dupont Art & Framing Gallery
(202) 331-1815
1922 I St NW
Washington, DC
 
Crystal Framing
(703) 415-1112
2179 Crystal Plaza Arcade
Arlington, VA
 
Art And Soul
(202) 548-0105
225 Pennsylvania Ave Se Ste 1
Washington, DC
 
Archival Art Services
(202) 667-3575
2412 18th St Nw Unit C
Washington, DC
 
Diner Gallery Art & Antiques
(202) 483-5005
1730 21st St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Archival Art Services
(202) 462-1111
1515 14th St Nw Ste 301
Washington, DC
 
Art Institute Of Washington
(800) 896-9517
1820 North Fort Myer Drive
Arlington, VA
 

How-To Make An Eco-Friendly Edible Wreath For The Holidays

by Nora Diaz Bretherton on December 1, 2010

in Go Green , You Can Do It!

If you find yourself in need of an inexpensive but interesting gift for that green-minded, diet-forsaken person on your list, look no further. This eco-friendly edible wreath is the perfect sustainable solution. For about $15 to $20 and an hour of your time, you can give a beautiful edible wreath that will bring a smile to anyone on your list this holiday season! 

Who doesn’t love a great piece of holiday décor that you can eat? 

What You’ll Need

Metal wreath frame, available at most craft stores
Two bags of Tootsie Rolls
One Bag of Lindt Lindor Truffles
Small Scissors
White Yarn
Ribbon

Step 1

 Use the yarn to tie Tootsie Rolls to the metal wreath frame until it looks full. The more the better since most of them may be eaten before the holidays!

Step 2

Mix in clusters of the Lindt Lindor Truffles as ornaments to add color and variety. For best results, place truffles in bunches of three and place together sporadically around the wreath.

Step 3

Make a ribbon bow and attach it to the top of the wreath.

Step 4

Tie scissors to the back of the wreath with another piece of ribbon. Make sure the ribbon isn’t too long though so it’s out of the reach of small children.

Step 5

Use the scissors to secure a festive, individual serving of holiday cheer!

Step 6

You might want to include a small bag of extra candy for the sweet tooths on your list so that they can f...

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