12/31 | DIY Peppermint Pattie Christmas Tree

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As Christmas draws near, we all want to find/make the perfect and personalized gifts for our friends and loved ones, right? One of my friends loves York Peppermint Patties so I wanted to give them to her for Christmas, but by themselves in a jar they aren’t a super cool gift. So I decided make a DIY Peppermint Pattie Christmas Tree for her. Here is how I did it:
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You will need: a paper mache tree form | lots of York Peppermint Patties | glue dots | a big bow
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Step One: Put a few glue dots on the back of each York Pattie.
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Step Two: Starting at the bottom, cover the tree form with York Patties. Use one less on each layer.
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Step Three: After the layer that you use 3 patties, cut the remaining top portion off and add the big bow to the top!
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I absolutely love how the final product turned out! You can switch up the type of candy to make it personalized to pretty much anyone, just use their favorite candy! It doesn’t add a lot to the price, but it adds a tone to the presentation!

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5 thoughts on “DIY Peppermint Pattie Christmas Tree”

  1. Trying to think what could be used under candy so brown doesn’t show when a piece of candy is taken off bc most of time whole tree of candy won’t be eaten at same time.

    1. Do a green patchwork covering of the brown cone. Attach mints. When you take them off the patchwork tree shows

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