I have this bright idea of decorating my Christmas tree with edible objects every year. I decided on pretzel wreaths this year – simple, effective and long-lasting.
This isn’t a particularly original idea – I saw this on Pinterest a while ago but wanted to make my own and put my own spin on them. I used up my extra leaves and flowers from a different project and did some of the others with a variety of sprinkles.
Ingredients and Materials
Chocolate, melted (read how I melt chocolate the easy way)
Sprinkles or desired decorations
Watch the YouTube video I made below:
And here they are on my Christmas tree! I thoroughly enjoyed the process and I hope you did as well!
17 thoughts on “Christmas Pretzel Wreaths”
Those are so pretty! Happy holidays!
Thanks Hallie – glad you think so! 🙂
Oh these are such a gorgeous idea! They make a great alternative to hanging cookies. Thanks for sharing 🙂 jennie
Thanks, Jennie! It’s really simple and quick too. 🙂
Beautiful, and so creative, once again! Will be making these with my daughter. A fun project the whole family can participate in, actually. Thanks for sharing, Evelyn! XOXO, Angie.
Thanks, Angie! Yes – it is very simple to do with not much required. Would love to claim that it was my creativity but unfortunately it was the magic of Pinterest not me lol.
These look amazing, what a great idea! Love the wooden tree as well.
Thanks, Janine! The wooden tree is from an Australian company called One Two Tree – the moment I saw it I knew I had to have it! 🙂
These are so pretty and I want to try it out! Where did you get the decorations – did you make them or were they pre-made? Thank you!
The decorations were made by me but you can buy pre-made ones as well if you don’t have time. They were extras from my Princess Pillow Cake.
These are so cute, I had to pin right away so I remember to make! 🙂
Thanks – hope you have fun making them! 🙂
These are so pretty and creative 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Beautiful! Glad to see you back on the blog, Evelyn!
love, love LOVE these. Will def try this at Christmas.
Thanks! 🙂 Hope you enjoy making them. They are very easy to do.