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01 December 2021

LINDOR Chocolate Wreath Tutorial

Created by florist Lisa Grey of Sweet Woodruff.


Items

  • LINDOR Milk Chocolate Truffles
  • 12-20″ wire wreath frame
  • Floral wire (or hot glue gun)
  • Clippers
  • Seasonal winter foliage (we used spruce, cedar, juniper and boxwood)
  • Berries (we’ve used pepper berries, but holly is nice too!)
  • LINDOR truffles strung together and tied with red/gold ribbon
  • Ribbon bow


Instructions

  1. Gather all the materials and lay them out on a large, flat surface. A Light gray wooden table with a wreath form in the middle. Around the wreath form is a pair of metal scissors, cedar clippings, a red bow, a spool of green gardeners wire, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings and a bunch of red juniper sprigs.
  2. Assemble wreath by taking pieces of cut foliage and tying them with wire to frame. Follow the natural curve of branches.
    A Light gray wooden table with a wreath form approximately ¼ covered in foliage in the middle. Around the wreath form are cedar clippings, a red bow, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings and a bunch of red juniper sprigs. Coming from the bottom of the frame are hands holding scissors and a length gardeners wire.

  3. Continue layering pieces in the same direction, tying tightly. Exposed wire will get covered as you go. A Light gray wooden table with a wreath form approximately 3/4 covered in foliage in the middle. Around the wreath form are cedar clippings, a red bow, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings and a bunch of red juniper sprigs. Coming from the bottom of the frame is an arm with a hand holding the end of the foliage on the wreath.
  4. When you have come all the way around, simply tie wire ends tightly to one another. Cut wire and do a few extra twists to secure.A Light gray wooden table with a green natural wreath in the middle. Around the wreath form is a pair of metal scissors, cedar clippings, a red bow, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings and a bunch of red juniper sprigs. A pair of hands from the bottom of the frame is arranging the last of the foliage on the wreath.

  5. Cover any visible wire by using small stems. Add decorative elements. A Light gray wooden table with a green natural wreath in the middle, with juniper berries adorning about ¾ of the wreath. Around the wreath are cedar clippings, a red bow, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings and a bunch of red juniper sprigs. A hand from the bottom of the frame is arranging the Juniper berries on the wreath.

  6. String the LINDOR truffles through the wreath and wire or glue gun in place. Add bow and secure with wire or glue gun.A Light gray wooden table with a wreath in the centre. Around the wreath are cedar clippings, a red bow, spruce clippings, LINDOR Truffles and red ribbon, boxwood clippings, scissors and a bunch of red juniper sprigs. Hands from the bottom of the frame are attaching the ribbon of LINDOR truffles to the wreath.