You may be in the seemingly endless midst of baking casseroles and sugar cookies, but give that holiday cooking a short rest and make time to get your crafting on. The following kitchen-inspired wreaths are made from mostly-edible ingredients and everything from seasonal foods to festive candies.
The Sweet Escape
Turn your kitchen into a winter wonderland with this Marshmallow Wreath from The Sweet Escape. The fluffy marshmallows have us dreaming of deep snow and building snowmen.
Christmas Herb Wreath
Just So Lovely
Choose your favorite woody herb for this simple, yet heartwarming Christmas Herb Wreathfrom Just So Lovely. Tie it all together with a delicate bow for a more sophisticated look.
Brighten your kitchen with faux ruby red apples in this Apple Wreath from The Wood Grain Cottage. Serve up a homemade apple pie and light a cinnamon candle to turn your kitchen into the coziest holiday spot.
Gum Drop Wreath
Dream A Little Bigger
Save some gumdrops from your gingerbread house building and turn them into a bright and festive wreath! Dream A Little Bigger‘s Gum Drop Wreath has us drooling at the sugar-coated candies.
Split Pea Wreath
See Kate Sew
Split peas were not the first thing we thought of when it came to food wreaths, yet See Kate Sew‘s Split Pea Wreath captures the perfect circle if you are looking for a more classic and tight wreath.
Paper & Stitch
Paper & Stitch offers a tutorial for either this Cranberry Wreath or a Cranberry Crown. The simplicity of this tiny wreath will go a long way, especially if you make several to hang around the house.
Kojo Designs‘ Tea Wreath is both decorative and functional. Dress up your wreath with holiday flavors for a fun way to enjoy a hot cup of tea on a winter night.