Gumdrop Wreath and Ornaments for Sale

We finally finished the gumdrop wreath, which was really fun.  My kids must have thought I was insane, telling them, ” Don’t eat the gumdrops!  They are for decoration only!”  Yeah, right mom.

The wreath is for their bedroom door.  I am trying to make their room more festive this year.


I also (finally) have some ornaments up for sale.  Birds and houses.  They will be strung with silver embroidery floss, ready to hang on your tree.  Shipping is included in the price as well.  I will have them for sale until Monday, December 15th so that they can arrive in time for Christmas.  These prices are for US shipping only.  Any International orders will have an additional $1 added after order is received.  CLICK HERE or on photos above to go to order page.

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9 Responses to Gumdrop Wreath and Ornaments for Sale

  1. dot says:

    Very coo! I love the ornaments, and the gumball wreath is so much fun 🙂 I linked to this on dabbled tonight:

  2. Kelli says:

    Those are adorable! So, so cute!

  3. Marcia says:

    I think that’s the first wreath I ever saw that I liked!! VERY cute!!!

  4. WOW How long did it take for you to make that wreath? You will have to do a tutorial on that. I love the ornaments. So cute and festive. birds always get me.

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  5. If that wreath were in my home, the gumdrops would stay in place but would have little nibbles in them! 🙂

  6. Expat Mom says:

    I`d like an after-holiday shot of the wreath, just to see how many candies are missing. 😉 I think you`re kinda tempting fate hanging that sucker on the kids` bedroom door!

  7. Becky Hage says:

    Those are the cutest little birds! I love ’em!

  8. McKinney says:

    Wow! very yummy wreath! I wonder if you can still eat it! 🙂

  9. val says:

    went to a party back in 1994 at my friend’s house. She had this enormous home with a different tree in almost every room. She had a small gumdrop Christmas tree on her kitchen island….with a big note that said “Do NOT eat the gumdrops”
    Some guy was drunk and kept eating the gumdrops…..turns out she had the tree made at a florist’s shop…..and it was a couple of years old AND the gumdrops had been glued onto the twiggy branches………..hahahahaha!

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